Happy Wheels review
Decapitated people, blood all over the place and violence. Is this “Game of Thrones” we’re talking about? Oh, unfortunately, it’s just a mobile game.
Happy Wheels is an arcade platform, that was created in 2010. The game is №31 in Racing games on the App Store. Let us see if it can gain points at being more violent than GoT.
Happy Wheels' motto is "Choose an inadequately prepared racer, and ignore severe consequences in your desperate search for victory!” There are different purposes each level and player’s characters will undergo a lot of death and injury as they navigate through the levels of the game. By the way, the game is actually famous because of that fact. For instance, characters can be decapitated, shot, or crushed by different obstacles. But being a ragdoll physics-based makes Happy Wheels a silly physics-focused game that will actually make you laugh at the misfortunes of your character.
The game is divided into level sets and each level set uses a different character. Actually, there are only 6 of them currently available while the levels are unlimited. Players can create their own or join thousands of already existing.
The plot of Happy Wheels twirls around moving a guy on a Segway through the gauntlet of dangerous traps to a finish line. All of the available levels host a different layout and loads of surprises to catch players off-guard. The protagonist can suffer a huge amount of bodily harm and still allow players to continue their struggle long after a normal person would have passed out from the sheer shock of having their limbs ripped out.
Users even have the ability to plod onwards, after their Segway has broken, with a floppy limb. It’s a real bloody mess, but it’s ridiculous enough to play.
The Happy Wheels’ graphics are not that bad at all. The whole design and game’ drawing reminds you about the South Park cartoon series. The game runs properly and really takes little place with only (!) 86MB. It is also recommended for users older than 17. The only thing that might upset you is that there are too many ads appear throughout the whole game.
Your character can move forward and backward, jump, as well as let go of the vehicle he has. Players tap and swipe to complete game's level and keep their character from crashing and being injured. Easy control features stay the same at any level of the game.