- Estimated achievement difficulty: 5/10 [heavily skill dependent [Achievement Difficulty Rating]
- Offline: 21 
- Online: 0
- Approximate amount of time to 1000: 2-3+ hours [heavily skill dependent] [Estimated Time to 100%]
- Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1
- Missable achievements: None [level select]
- Does difficulty affect achievements: No difficulty option
- Unobtainable/glitched achievements: The Boss (100G) is reportedly glitched in a good way
Welcome to Whipseey and the Lost Atlas, a side scrolling platformer from Blowfish Studios, developers known for some very quick and easy games. While this game is a relatively quick completion, it is definitely not easy. The game only consists of six pretty short levels, but the platforming and attacks are likely to get you pretty frustrated by the time you're done with this completion. Most of the achievements are quite easy, but then you'll need to beat each boss without taking damage, and that's where things can get pretty frustrating. At least 700-800 in this game is a 3/10 and will take 1-2 hours though, if you don't care about the completion. Speaking of which, let's get started.
As noted above, there are only six short levels in this game. Half of the achievements will come naturally and unavoidably while completing these six levels. The remaining achievements require you to complete each boss without dying, complete each boss without getting hit, and complete a level without getting hit. While that may sound intimidating, we'll take it one step at a time.
Starting with the first level, your first aim should be to complete this level while killing all enemies to unlock Dedicated (25G). You'll likely be killing most if not all enemies in every level during your first run anyway, but it's very easy to do on the first level since all enemies are very easy to hit and kill. You'll just have to make it a point to jump in the water to kill the fish. You'll likely die a bunch, but keep at it until you finish the level.
Now, once you finish the first level, I highly recommend replaying it instead of moving on. You need to beat the boss without dying (which you may have done already, but probably not) for an achievement, but this is also the easiest level to complete without taking damage for Untouchable (25G). Since you won't be taking damage, there is no need to pick up a health potion, also unlocking No Chill (25G). The former is one of the hardest achievements in the game, but it's best to do it now while you have the first level still very fresh in your mind. Refer to Untouchable (25G) for more tips on that level, and The Boss (100G) for tips on the boss fight.
With that task out of the way, I recommend approaching every subsequent level the same way: play through it to get the feel for it and the new enemies until you beat it, which will likely involve many deaths. Then, replay the level until you beat the boss without getting hit. You'll need to do each boss without getting hit for The Boss (100G), and in doing so will unavoidably unlock the achievements for beating each boss without dying. Refer to The Boss (100G) for tips on beating each boss without getting hit. That's by far the hardest achievement in the game, and once you manage it you'll be home free.
If there are any miscellaneous achievements you're still missing, refer to each to see where to quickly and easy unlock them.
Whipseey is, as mentioned in the intro, a pretty frustrating and disappointing game. The platforming is decent at best, and the whip just doesn't function as tightly as it should to be able to take care of some enemies while jumping. You'll often find yourself dying cheap and frustrating deaths because of the way enemies were positioned and how limited your attacks are. Thankfully it's a very short game, but beating that final boss without getting hit might cause you to smash on controller if you get bad luck. Hopefully you powered through it, and if so, congrats on the completion.