Who developed Happy Wheels?
Happy Wheels, which was launched by Jim Bonacci in 2010, is not for the faint hearted. This is evident in the very apt tagline of the game "Choose your inadequately prepared racer, and ignore severe consequences in your desperate search for victory!" Jim was frustrated with the unrealistic results of other flash games and thus took up the challenge of developing a flash game which would very closely imitate the results of real life scenarios. Thus, was born Happy Wheels after four years of hard work.
About Happy Wheels
With millions of levels, each featuring a different character, Happy Wheels very easily manages to keep the user on his toes through the action packed adventure that it offers. In order to complete a level, the user has to complete a goal, which is mostly to reach a finish point or collect tokens. However, depending on the level, the goal can be different in different levels. Users can choose from countless characters, each on their own individual mode of transport, and then take them to the finish line. Being a rag-doll physics based game; different characters move differently and also interact differently with the objects in the levels. Progressing through the levels, users will be able to create their own levels and contents in the game, thus taking their interest higher.
Since the characters used in Happy Wheels can eject from their vehicles, users need to control their characters in such a way that the character does not fall, slip, bump or crash with any of the obstacles on its way to the finish. If any of these happen, the body parts of the character would break. In case the character loses his arms or legs, there will be lots of blood while the game will end in case the character loses its head of body. Users of this game can upload replays of their level attempts and can also upload their maps to a public server.
According to reports, there are approximately 6 million user generated levels in the game, thus reinstating the popularity it has among gaming enthusiasts. The full version of the game Happy Wheels can only be played at totaljerkface although a couple of demo versions of the game are also licensed to other websites. Users can try out these demo versions and get introduced to the game although it should be remembered that the demo versions only include featured maps and select characters. Also, the demo versions do not have the level editor. If you love action games and are not offended by gory images, then Happy Wheels is just the game for you. Just keep in mind that you start playing this game when you have nothing important waiting for you since this is an extremely addictive game.