After discovering a magical book, a young boy named Alex is whisked away to Whipseeyland, where he transforms into Whipseey, the pink, whip-wielding hero of this bright, colorful world. With the help of Princess Alyssa, Whipseey embarks on a quest to recover magical orbs that possess the power to return him home.
Classic Platformer - Inspired by classic 2D platformers, Whipseey and the Lost Atlas is a challenging throwback to a
golden age filled with picturesque levels, a relaxing soundtrack, and memorable boss fights.
Pixel Art - Beautiful pixel art rendered characters and backgrounds to enjoy along the way, by artist Roy Nathan De Groot.
The game now runs at 60 fps
Bug fixing and general polish
Improved player movement (Gliding and swimming)
Improved grappling hook control
Forest level, multiple sections redesigned
Desert level, multiple sections redesigned
Snow level, multiple sections redesigned
Castle level, multiple sections redesigned
Desert level boss battle has been redesigned
Snow level boss battle has been redesigned
Castle boss’s AI has been improved
Ratings and Reviews
This game is a really great platformer, but it was SUPER HARD (maybe because I’m really bad at 2-D platformers, lol) and I am so glad it had that update. I think the hardest level is still that snow level- I only beat it once BEFORE the update but it took forever and I’m probably not gonna be able to do it again, haha. I tried! Wish I could see what is different on that level, but I just can’t seem to get past that tricky platforming with the
h e a t s e e k i n g m i s s i l e s . . .
and the train with those bomb-dropping planes (so basically the whole level cause I’m just really bad lol). Sad that the boss battle in the desert level was changed cause now I can’t beat it TwT BUT that’s probably just me, I also gave up after one try heh…
Overall, really cool game and I hope there’s a sequel in the future!
Great slightly challenging action platformer
The game only saves after each stages boss but this is a great little game for a buck. Takes about an hour to beat but for a dollar, the game is well worth it.
Fan of Whipssey, love the console, dislike the mobile port.
Hello, I’ve tried out Whipssey on a console such as a Nintendo Switch, and it was outstanding, but this mobile port is hard to view. I’ve played this on an iPad, and I can’t even see the jump button, and only half of the whip button. So I beg that you make it landscape to make each button viewable and also make me able to view of the whole game (just like the gameplay trailer from above) I gave it 5 stars because I know you people behind the mobile port and game tried their best to make the game available on all new consoles and devices. It’s an outstanding game, but I recommend playing the console versions as of now.
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- Crescent Moon Games LLC
- 374.5 MB
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 9.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
- Age Rating
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