Happy Wheels Info
Happy Wheels is a very popular rag doll physics game with a dark sense of humor. The aim in Happy Wheels is pretty simple – just try and get to the end of the level in one piece. You can try out some unusual forms of transport, ranging from a wheelchair to a Segway.
This is just the free Happy Wheels demo with the original being available on the official site, but still offers a great laugh.
Though it’s not for the faint-hearted or shy of gore.
The game involves trying to complete each level without falling foul of any obstacles or threats. They nearly all end in an extremely violent death, all played out with some nice rag doll physics.
Levels with names like Sledge Joyride, Lawnmower Frenzy and Rope Soccer will see you enter a world of other player’s imagination which is ofter dark it has to be said, but always fun!
A hard game to explain, have a go and try out some of the levels other people have created.
To move your character use the arrow keys to control the vehicle, Z ejects from the vehicle, Space is the primary action, while shift and control the secondary actions.
Happy Wheels is not for everyone but certainly worth a peek, if you are a fan then you can now get a mobile version for iOS and Android.
It is worth noting that late in 2016 the Apple Store required that FancyForce make some changes to the iOS version of the game if they wanted it to remain for sale. This involved the child on the irresponsible dad bike, who had to have any gore or damage removed. So if you play that character on the iOS version there is no gore or damage, hardly the end of the world but interesting how Apple make their rating and content decisions with games like Happy Wheels.James Wray updated this game on 17 May , 2017.
Our Happy Wheels Review
It doesn't really get better than Happy Wheels. Easily one of the most popular games on the internet, and deservedly so. First released in 2010, the game hit its height of popularity in 2013 but is still going strong.
An app version has recently been released, but the desktop game is still by far the best. Without trying to sound disturbed, the one thing that makes Happy Wheels enjoyable to play is the gore.
This may sound like the talk of a madman, but watching a man on a Segway being repeatedly decapitated is somehow surprisingly enjoyable.
Excellent gameplay with infinite possibilities thanks to the level editor. Five stars.