Happy Wheels


Happy wheels is a surprisingly addicting game in which you are able to choose from twenty-five comical characters and embark on a gory, yet hilarious journey, through a heap of obstacles and levels in order to make it to the end of the course and survive while doing so. The player is able to watch replays of his or her previous attempts at completing the level, and ninety-nine percent of the time they will have you crying in laughter. Body parts are ripped off, heads are crushed, intestines spray everywhere, and blood squirts out of places unimaginable to the human mind! This game is the ideal form of entertainment for any teen, or adult, looking to have a good laugh and have a great time. For the more artistic and creative individuals out there, you are able to customize and design your own level; filling it with obstacles and more in order to meet your inventive needs to the fullest. Do you have what it takes to play happy wheels? There’s only one way to find out.



You play by using the arrow keys located in the bottom-right portion of your keyboard. Press the up arrow to accelerate, press the right-most arrow to lean forward, press the left-most arrow to lean backwards, and press the down arrow to decelerate.
You may use primary actions by pressing on the spacebar located in the bottom-center portion of your keyboard.
You are also able to use secondary actions by pressing the “shift” and “ctrl” buttons located in the bottom-left portion of your keyboard. If you wish to eject your character from his vehicle, you simply press the “Z” button, also located in the bottom-left portion of your keyboard.


Some levels contain obstacles that are impossible to surpass unless you know how to properly use your primary and secondary actions to your benefit. For example, you may have to use your primary action to grab and swing across on a lingering rope. Do this by pressing your spacebar and timing it perfect.

You are able to browse, rate, and play other users levels and replays if you wish by simply clicking on the “user level browser” icon located in the top-right portion of the screen, or by clicking on the “view level replays” located in the bottom-right portion of the screen.

Play a level one time through, regardless of dying or not, and get a feel for it. Notice where the speed boosts and certain obstacles are located. Now when you play it a second time around, you will be more aware of your surroundings and have a greater chance of successfully completing the level.