Happy Wheels

Happy Wheels takes you to a very unusual platformer adventure that will surely put your skills on a great test. It is generally a rag doll game in which your main objective is to reach the exit alive! Once you have chosen your preferred character, you need to pass through a series of challenging and seemingly inescapable levels with varying range of difficulties. A player should effectively evade all the deadly traps and mechanisms and try his best to prevent his character from sustaining too much damage. Please be mindful that this game contains explicit and gory content which makes it not suitable for young gamers. The game is generally simple yet surprisingly tricky and frustratingly challenging at some point and if you think you can master this game, then feel free to play Happy Wheels and see how far your skills can take you.

One thing that makes Happy Wheels more special is the overwhelming amount of game campaigns to choose from. As soon as the game begins, you will be prompted to the main screen that allows you to play the game based on the featured levels or an option to create your very own level through their Level Editor Campaign. For the Demo Version, there are nine featured levels to choose from. Obstacle Course allows you to pick one of the three available characters and pass through a series of challenging levels. Other modes with various objectives include “Gut Bus Extreme”, “BMX Park”, “Smokey Mountain”, “Dawn of the Dead”, “Large Satan Eats You”, “Trap Trac”, “It Keeps Happening” and “Rope Swing”. Each level is created by random players through Level Editor and was chosen to be part of the main game campaigns. Each will vary in terms of their gameplay, objective and the characters you can use.

Some levels will only require you to use specific character while others allow you to choose any. Speaking of characters, the demo version features three default characters to choose from which includes an old guy in a wheel chair, a Segway guy and the irresponsible dad (a guy in BMX with a kid at the back). Each has their own advantage and disadvantage. Hitting obstacles may result to a gory outcome like losing a limb, guts or even being beheaded but interestingly, despite the brutal condition, you can still move the character as long as most parts of your body is still intact, otherwise you have no other option but to start the game back to the very beginning. Good luck and have fun!