Happy Wheels, by title alone, sounds like a game title with talking cars that sing songs together and drive under rainbows, collecting cookie coins along the way. Instead, happy wheels is one of the greatest games, otherwise the best game, that we have played on my Phone.
Now, mind you, I don’t actively seek out gory games, so those of you who are “Modern Zombie Slayer Shooter Soldier 1” veterans won’t bat an eye at Happy Wheel’s carnage, but those of you who are seeking a game to provide your kids to ensure they are quiet as you grocery shop may choose to go on looking.
With this taken care of, Happy Wheels can be a silly physics-focused game who had me chuckling with the misfortunes how the protagonist was enduring at my hands.
The game is broken apart into level sets and every level set utilizes a different character. I can’t reply to a lot more than the default character since he is now the only real one available. We have the sense that additional characters should come at a cost, as typically the base game is provided for free, but with ads.
The entirety of Happy Wheels involves moving a guy on a Segway through gauntlet of deadly traps as well as to a finish line. Each of the (currently) 15 levels host a different layout and a lot of surprises to hook players off-guard. The protagonist can suffer an outstanding level of bodily harm to boot, allowing players to carry on their attempt long after a normal person might have passed right out of the sheer shock of getting their limbs ripped out.
Players even are able to crawl onwards, after their Segway has broken, with floppy limb controls that reminded me of QWOP. It’s all a bloody mess, but it’s ridiculous enough to where it’s just plain funny.
Once the initial surprises though, Happy Wheels quickly actually starts to lose its charm.
While Happy Wheels is really a completely playable game, the game’s physics will still be rough round the edges. About 50 % of why I’d fail a level was for the reason that physics engine acted up, and glitched, causing me obtaining some horrid injury. It is silly in the beginning, however, when you’re trying to actually accomplish something, the physics are definitely more of any obstacle than the actual obstacles themselves.
Overall though, for a free game, Happy Wheels is definitely worth exploring, simply to the free laughs your initial playthrough will provide you with. Don’t expect any deep learning curves to master, and understand that success is basically based on how much the physics engine decides it loves or hates you during that particular run, and Happy Wheels will keep you entertained with the day.