Happy Wheels is a web-based game that was created by game designer Jim Bonacci in 2010, it was developed and published by Fancy Force (an US company from Brooklyn, New York City). This game is famous for the graphic violence gameplay and the amount of user-generated content its players produce on a regular basis, with game maps shared on a public server.
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Happy Wheels is an Indie game that was created by developer Jim Bonacci in 2006, the game was inspired from ragdoll physics-based games in the browser games community.
Even though it was released in 2010, which during the era of Simple Flash games but this game still has its own popular. Many Game-streaming celebrities, such as Kwebbelkop and Jelly are dedicating entire YouTube series to the eight-year-old Happy Wheels.
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Happy Wheels features many kind of characters, who use different types of vehicles to travel among the game in different levels and difficulty. The actual mechanics of gameplay is also variable because of character choice and level design.
Each character rides its own “vehicle,” anything from a motorized lawnmower to a modified wheelchair.
The target/ mission of the game is also depends on each level. However, in most levels, the goal is to reach a finish line or to collect tokens. Many levels feature alternate or non-existent goals for the player.
Before playing this game, players should know that Happy Wheels is famous for the exhibits graphic violence in its gameplay. While playing this game, the character of player can be decapitated, shot, or crushed by different obstacles. Loss of limbs and animated blood loss re also graphic elements.
I have to say that if this game is released on consoles platforms, surely it will receive an M (Mature 17+) rating from the ESRB due to its own graphic violence style dispite the fact that Happy Wheels has been played over 8 billion times since its release. Players of all ages have enjoyed the arm-breaking, leg-chopping, explosive hilarity for free via mobile phone and computer.
Happy Wheels has a special level editor, which allows players to create their own custom levels. The game provides tools and objects for level building and users can upload their maps to a public server where all players are able to access.
If you don’t want to play this game but just want to see and enjoy people playing it, you could visit some YouTuber channel such as Kwebbelkop or Jelly, these players have a series of this game with many kinds of level, from easy to super hard. Viewers can learn tips on how to beat certain challenges and get entertained while failing others.
With over 8 billion of play times and a huge player’s community that contributes hundreds of new levels per day, so every day will always have new stages for you to try out. This is an “Old but Gold” web based game that you should definitely give it a try.