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Pink Hero? We Previewed "Whipseey And The Lost Atlas" At PAX West

Sometimes you walk past a game and think "haven't I see this before?" That's what I thought seeing Whipseey And The Lost Atlas at PAX West 2019. Developed by Daniel A. Ramirez and published by Blowfish Studios, you play as a pink guy who runs around on platforming stages killing enemies and collecting stuff along the way. Yeah, I know, you look at this and think "Kirby?" But there are a few differences. In this story, you're a kid who got curious on a mysterious island and got transformed into Whipseey. His name comes from the fact that he can throw out a whip-like weapon at creatures and use it for other projects, like being a helicopter or picking up items.

Pink Hero? We Previewed "Whipseey And The Lost Atlas" At PAX West
Credit: Blowfish Studios

The game plays like a regular platformer you would expect to play, but with an added skill of difficulty once you get past the first level. You'll be relying on a lot of what Whipseey can do as opposed to just jumping around and hitting the occasional foe in your way. This is a fun little platformer with some twitst that I think people will get a kick out of. You can download Whipseey And The Lost Atlas on Steam right now if you'd like.

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Gavin SheehanAbout Gavin Sheehan

Gavin is the current Games Editor for Bleeding Cool. He has been a lifelong geek who can chat with you about comics, television, video games, and even pro wrestling. He can also teach you how to play Star Trek chess, be your Mercy on Overwatch, recommend random cool music, and goes rogue in D&D. He also enjoys hundreds of other geeky things that can't be covered in a single paragraph. Follow @TheGavinSheehan on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Vero, for random pictures and musings.
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