- Estimated achievement difficulty: 1/10 [Achievement Difficulty Rating]
- Offline: 11 
- Approximate amount of time to 1000: 1-2 hours [Estimated Time to 100%]
- Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1
- Missable achievements: ”Duffle”
- Does difficulty affect achievements: No
- Unobtainable/glitched achievements: No, just the game
- Extra equipment needed: None
Turtle’s Quest is bad. Really bad. It looks horrible, is full of glitches, and the lack of content is just pathetic. It looks like a school project made by a ten-year-old, and the voice acting is cringeworthy. The “story”, if you can call it that, can be sprinted through in about 20 minutes. Unfortunately the controls are that bad and the glitches are that glitchy that it will almost definitely take you much longer. If you have the ability to use a controller rather than the keyboard, the controls are slightly more manageable. The glitchiness of the game is a different matter. There is a part where one of the NPC has a tendency not to appear, meaning you need to reload your save. Unfortunately, the game will either not have saved any progress, or will only have saved partial progress. Sometimes it will decide to delete the progress it previously saved. As previously said, this is a BAD game. You have been warned. Fortunately it is free, quick, and easy.
If you follow the achievement guide, from top to bottom, it includes a full walkthrough of the game. Follow the guide to the end and you will have all but one of the achievements. Make sure at some point you pick up one of the collectables mentioned in “Duffle” and mash the button (or collect all four if this doesn’t work. Watch the credits all the way through and you will have your 1000
Well, that was fun, wasn’t it. Congrats on your completion, sorry for your memories.
[XBA would like to thank Corrupt. for this Roadmap]