Cell to Singularity – Evolution Never Ends – Secret Achievement Guide

Please note: all credit goes to Pessoa!

Ever wonder what the achievements at the bottom of the achievement list in game are? This guide walks you through what these achievements are and how to get them.

How to Obtain Secret Achievements


While many of the achievements for the game do not translate directly to steam achievements, Secret Achievement #1 does. Secret Achievements #2 and #3 also grant a few Darwinium, so if you’re in a pinch, make sure you utilize these benefits.

Secret Achievement #1

Name: “Shark Week”

This achievement is obtained by collecting all six sharks in the main simulation. Sharks are earned through the daily mutation page after every 14 days. This means that you need to claim your daily mutation on 84 separate days. Note that the ‘Shark’ evolution trait is not counted in the total. You need to obtain the Leopard Shark, Whale Shark, Tiger Shark, Great White, Hammerhead, and Megalodon. Your main simulation also becomes 300% more efficient after each you collect.

Secret Achievement #2

Name: “King of Beasts”

Assuming you have unlocked the Mesozoic Valley simulation, this achievement is extremely easy. Within this simulation, navigate to the land garden where you should see your many dinosaurs sprawling about. On the outskirts of the land garden, you should see an archosaur wearing a tuxedo along with a podium and golden question mark. To get the achievement, simply click the archosaur, aptly named “Archie.”

The only prerequisites for this achievement appear to be unlocking archosaurs from the Mesozoic Valley.

Secret Achievement #3

Name: “Monkeying Around”

After unlocking Apes in the main simulation, navigate to the land garden and click on an ape. After a few repeated clicks on the ape itself, wait for an animation; the ape will dab and you’ve gotten your next achievement. That’s it.

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