You've hear of happy feet, right? Now meet happy wheels. A game that has nothing to do with penguins... or feet for that matter. You will be riding the most funky contraptions, with the weirdest peeps, on the most strange tracks imaginable. Oh strike the comment about feet. Feet do come into play when they get ripped off your legs.
What can one say about Happy Wheels? Tis probably one of the best known physics-skill-driving games of all time. Certainly not known for it's subtlety, but more for the pure insanity it instills.
As a player, you get the opportunity to drive numerous vehicles, some roadworthy, others not. These vehicles are driven by the most bizzare assortment of peeps your eyes have ever had the pleasure of viewing. The combination of the bizzare with the weird makes this skill-driving game extremely entertaining. But it does not end there. In fact, the most popular element of this game involves the most gruesome of features - the character you are controlling in the game, if not cared for properly, will end up ripped to shreds in the various horrible ways.
Drive poorly... or even well, and you will see terrible, terrible things happen to the ragdoll character you control. Be-it arms getting ripped off, or legs perhaps, or some other bodily part. This combined with copious amounts of blood spilling everywhere, will keep the most sadistic of players amused for a while.
Your journey begins here. Play on numerous tracks, with numerous vehicles and even more strange folk. Drive well, and see how far you can get in the challenging terrain. Drive as far as you poor ragdoll can go before falling apart. This is your time. This is the place. Do not let the opportunity pass you by.
June 13, 2015 5:56 AM
Up and down for accelerate and decelerate/reverse
Left and right for leaning
Spacebar, ctrl, shift for specific character actions
Z to eject
Once ejected, you can grab onto whatever your hands are touching with spacebar, or press the arrow keys to move into different poses/writhe around on the ground