- Estimated achievement difficulty: 4/10 [Achievement Difficulty Rating]
- Offline: 32 
- Online: 0
- Approximate amount of time to 1000: 8 hours [Estimated Time to 100%]
- Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1
- Missable achievements: 9 [Listed in Order Encountered: Fallout Doesn't Let You Do This (20G), Don't Knife The Hand That Feeds (20G), A Starfish is Born (45G), Gunning For Your Job (20G), Carried Stan's Load To Completion (30G) RIP Davey Glutes (20G), Eatin' Good in the Neighborhood (20G), Playing Favorites (45G), Playing Card to Get (30G)]
- Does difficulty affect achievements: No
- Unobtainable/glitched achievements: Multiple possibly glitched achievements noted below
High On Life is the brain child of Ricky & Morty creator, Justin Roiland. It is a comedic first-person shooter game, with action-adventure and metroidvania elements, taking place in a science fiction world, which features talking guns.This game is not for everyone, as it features simple gameplay mechanics and the type of comedy Roiland is known for; however, it is a fun mindless shooter.
Around half of the achievements in the game are directly related to story progression. Just playing through the game normally will net you around 500; however, there are a lot of missable and miscellaneous achievements that you should focus on getting along the way. Refer to the missable achievements in the following order to ensure you don't miss one along the way:
- Fallout Doesn't Let You Do This (20G)
- Don't Knife The Hand That Feeds (20G)
- A Starfish is Born (45G)
- Gunning For Your Job (20G)
- Carried Stan's Load To Completion (30G)
- RIP Davey Glutes (20G)
- Eatin' Good in the Neighborhood (20G)
- Playing Favorites (45G)
- Playing Card to Get (30G)
Your mop-up will consist of collecting lugloxs (Luglox Genocide (60G) and Playing Card to Get (30G)) and grabbing any miscellaneous achievements you missed. Keep in mind that many of these are missable, like Eatin' Good in the Neighborhood (20G), and will require additional playthroughs to earn.
High On Life is a fun game, but can be a frustrating experience for achievement hunters. This is due to the number of missable achievements and high collectible count. But, if you are willing to stick with it, it will feel like a very rewarding completion!