Whipseey and the Lost Atlas

Blowfish Studios, Daniel A. Ramirez

Weak Man
OpenCritic Rating
51
Top Critic Average
9%
Critics Recommend
Based on 11 critic reviews
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Whipseey and the Lost Atlas

Rating Summary

Based on 11 critic reviews
Weak Man

OpenCritic Rating

51

Top Critic Average

9%

Critics Recommend

Based on 11 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Aug 27, 2019
Xbox OneAug 28, 2019
PCAug 27, 2019
Nintendo SwitchAug 28, 2019

Developers: Blowfish Studios, Daniel A. Ramirez

Genre: Adventure

In Whipseey and the Lost Atlas you play as Alex, a young boy whose curiosity has landed him in a world of trouble. After finding himself lost in a strange world and being transformed into a magical creature named Whipseey, he must to solve the mystery of the Lost Atlas to return to his original form and go back home.

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GamingTrend

40 / 100
Elisha Deogracias

Whipseey and the Lost Atlas shows promise with its cute art style and nice soundtrack, but without longer levels or collectibles to encourage replay value, the minor annoyances that drag this game down are all the more apparent. If you have a few bucks to blow, you can try it out, but otherwise just stay away.

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PlayStation LifeStyle

Ken Wynne
4.5 / 10.0
PlayStation LifeStyle

The problem with Whipseey and the Lost Atlas is that it doesn't do anything to differentiate itself from the platformers it has clearly been inspired by. And despite looking, sounding and controlling wonderfully, Blowfish Studio's two dimensional platformer invites unflattering comparisons due to its lack of originality. It may be a fun way to spend an hour, but here is a reminder… Kirby's Adventure is an NES game from 1993 that is more than twice the length of Whipseey and the Lost Atlas.

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Nintendo Life

4 / 10
Nintendo Life

On paper Whipseey is a lovely tribute to the days of the Kirby games, but when the entire game is shorter than just the first world of Kirby's Adventure – which is already available as part of the Switch Online NES collection – we just can't recommend you spend your money on it. If this was a free demo teasing a full adventure we'd be demanding you play it, but if this is really all there is that's incredibly poor.

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Pure Nintendo

5 / 10.0
Kaelyn Daugherty

Whipseey and the Lost Atlas looks great and I liked the retro inspired music, but it's a short game. It also lacks exciting features and objectives to keep the player interested. Would be a good game for younger kids though.

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