Do you have a passion for playing flash games that involve physics and lots of blood and gore? If so you are going to love Happy Wheels Hacked. The game is packed with action with the only rule being that you have to stay alive and make it out of the exit. Of course with the hacked version of the game it does make you invincible, which does help, but the game would not be the same without all the blood and gore so which you don’t actually die you can lose limbs. If you want you can find demo version of the game as well here.
Before beginning your quest to stay alive and get out of the exit you will need to choose the racer you want to go with. All of them are ill-prepared for the quest but with unlimited health luck could be on your side. Characters include a father and son who take a bike ride, an old man in a wheelchair or a man pushing a shopping cart. Play the game and take your character over arenas that are sure to challenge, ride up and down hills that are steep, go over bridges, try to avoid the many stones scattered in your path and avoid falling into the deep ravine. Take great care every step of the way or risk being hurt; mangled or even worse enduring a painful death in Happy Wheels hacked game.
Start out with the Obstacle Course, it’s the easiest, then move on to the Gut Bus Extreme and the BMA Park II if you dare take them on. Other courses include the Snowy Mountain Final, Dawn of the Dead, TrapTrac and Rope Swings, where you give up your vehicle and have to rely on your bare hands to swing your way through the level. All of these are just a few of the featured levels out of the many. Of course you can also check out level replays and relive all the blood and gore to your hearts content.
This is a game that is very easy to get into but not one that is so easy to stop playing. You will find yourself having just one more try if you fail. All you need to do is guide your character using the arrow keys on your keyboard, with other game controls being the Z key to eject, the SPACE bar is used as the primary action and the CTRL and Shift keys taking care of the secondary actions.