Happy Wheels Guide: How to win the game

Happy Wheels is a relatively recent game which was launched for PC users. It is also available in a flash (demo) version for those who want to test its functionality before buying. The game offers players 4 different characters to have fun with and it can get bloody quite fast for those who don’t pay attention. Game principles are easy tho: keyboard arrows are used for controlling the characters and that’s about it. The rest lies in the background magic and here is the tricky part; there are many traps installed and any of them can kill your beloved character. Read on to find more about our Happy Wheels guide.

happy wheels guide

Game instructions

There isn’t a specific set of instructions that players should follow. However, everyone needs to pay attention to the rotating/spicy traps installed in the game which can pop out of nowhere. Sometimes even the ground can go up and down and there is no warning on that. And it’s also to be mentioned that some characters are larger than other, so you might (e.g. the father and child on a bicycle) so you might have a tougher time controlling them then you would expect to. However, if you are aware of your surroundings and use the arrow controls properly, then no issues should occur.

Advice for completing the game successfully

Before going any further I would like to present you my favorite site where you can play full version of the game 24/7, site is here so enjoy it guys – www.happywheelsfullgame.us. Beginners are advised to stick to thinner characters which are easier to control (e.g. guy on the segway). In addition, the first few levels can be a lot easier to overcome and can also help you master the controls, so it’s better to start with those. If you feel stuck during any moment just pause the game, reclaim your thoughts, and then continue playing. This is the best way to complete each stage. Also, keep in mind that some characters may be more suitable for certain levels, so give them all a try.

Important details in Super Smash Flash 2

Super Smash Flash Impresses with Surprisingly Dense and Dizzying Combat System

Super Smash Flash has been around since 2010, and a slew of iterations, updates, community discussions, and new playable characters have constantly made this frenetic alternative to the famed Nintendo series quite alluring. It takes years for Nintendo to launch a new Smash bros title, and so many characters get passed up. Yet, Super Smash Flash can realize the dreams of fans.

charactersWhat are the Super Smash Flash Controls?

Firstly, Super Smash Flash 2 is a free-to-play community driven fighting game available for computers. it is built in Flash, which gives it added flexibility. The controls are surprisingly dense. Characters are moved by using the traditional arrow buttons. Most attacks can be powered up by holding the respective button. All the controls are coded to WASD and the surrounding letters, but they are customizable.

 

How Does it Compare?

The game is built very similar to the main series it mines from. The most important part of this SSF2 game review, and the aspect being stressed here is how well it compares to the main series as a fighting title. The combat is deep and dizzying. Players will get lost memorizing the moves that correspond to Super Smash Bros Brawl. This includes the up attack, left attack, down attack, and the respective directional power hits. it all plays very similar to the main game it is inspired by, and that is the best consolation these indie developers could ask for.

ssf2Who is Playable?

Perhaps the most addictive part of the game (aside from its obsessed community) is the characters which are playable. The game introduces characters that will realistically never appear in the acclaimed Nintendo franchise. Naruto from the famous manga and anime can fight alongside Mr Incredible (the Disney film) Sonic and Tails (the Sonic series) Inuyasha from the series of the same name, and Cloud (from the iconic Final Fantasy VII). The game just introduced Gaia is a monstrously fast competitor. Overall, it’s a frenetic action game perfectly built for the indie community and SSF fanbase.