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Plenty of indie games have made an impression over the years in the gaming community. People remember games that provide wild and wacky rides. Released in 2010, Happy Wheels is a cult classic that gamer's still love in 2020!

The over-the-top blood, outrageous puzzles, and rag-doll physics will...[read more below]

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Happy Wheels - A Classic Gross-out Puzzler

Bikers, Ramps, and Katanas? Oh My!

Plenty of indie games have made an impression over the years in the gaming community. People remember games that provide wild and wacky rides. Released in 2010, Happy Wheels is a cult classic that gamer's still love in 2020!

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The over-the-top blood, outrageous puzzles, and rag-doll physics will leave you laughing long after you've quit playing. Let's see why this app and in-browser game has managed to maintain such a following over the years!

Ride bikes, scooters, and more into deadly designs..and try to survive.

Guts Meet Glory

Happy Wheels was developed by Fancy Force and started as only an in-browser game. It's since grown into an app available on Android and iOS devices.

At its heart, the game is a series of puzzles. However, the levels are dangerous, even deadly. Play as hilariously under-equipped pedestrians trying to survive all kinds of obstacles. Avoid everything from spiked walls to people wielding random weapons like katanas and pitchforks.

Add in a hefty of blood and super sensitive rag-doll physics, and it's easy to see why Happy Wheels is a hilarious classic. The concept earns praise even ten years later as a absolute gem.

Nothing that Steals the Show

Even the classics have their drawbacks. Of course, Happy Wheels is no exception. The graphics weren't great ten years ago, and they aren't great now. That's certainly some of its comedic charms, for what that's worth.

The art feels like a combination of intentionally bad clip art, stock images, and some great Microsoft Paint skills.

Occasional clipping and lag issues may cause you to fail tricky challenges where space matters. One that pops to mind immediately is trying to pogo down an increasingly narrow tunnel of deadly spikes. Additionally, because of the lag, sometimes sounds happen well after the things that cause them.

All in all, though, Happy Wheels is average with its graphics and sound. The choices the developers made in this category feel intentionally terrible rather than a failure of execution.

The Bloody Meat of the Matter

Happy Wheels focus on rag-doll physics creates countless scenarios. Play the same level ten times, and you'll succeed in ten completely different ways thanks to its addition.

Levels are how Happy Wheels is structured overall. Every level features a pedestrian doing incredibly non pedestrian things. Navigate a Segway through katana-wielding baddies, leap off a cliff, and grab a para-glider. Landing in any weird way, touching a weapon, and tons of other wild events slice, dice, and amputate your pedestrian in countless gruesome ways!

Happy Wheels has tons of weird puzzles to solve, and each pedestrian has its own unique set of controls. Something quite handy is the favorites list feature. Add the levels you love to your list and revisit them quickly from the main menu. The game-play is simple, straightforward, and even casual gamer's can get in on the app or browser-based content.

Get in on the Gross

Some games withstand the test of time because they are well-made. Others withstand it because they are both fun and frustrating at the same time. Happy Wheels undoubtedly fits into one of these categories. With its rag-doll physics, graphic gore, and platform-style levels, this game is a timeless comedic option for Android, iOs, and browsers everywhere!

TL/DR

Happy Wheels is a plat-former physics-based game pulsating with pedestrians in perilous puzzles.

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From the Developers

What follows is the official description of Happy Wheels, from the developers.


Happy Wheels is a side-scrolling, physics-based, obstacle course game with over a billion plays online and is now available for your mobile devices. Assume the role of your inadequately prepared racer and ignore severe consequences in a desperate search for victory.

Now play as Effective Shopper on an electric shopping cart, Wheelchair Guy on a jet-powered wheelchair, Irresponsible Dad and his son on a bicycle, or as Business Guy on a personal transporter.

Features:

• Over 60 unique and challenging levels

• Create your own levels in the editor

• Deadly obstacles: spikes, mines, wrecking balls, harpoons, and much more

• Smooth, realistic physics

• Game Center leaderboard support

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