Chaos Gone Mobile! – Happy Wheels App Review
Ever since its initial release in June 4, 2010, Happy Wheels has been not only your average browser flash game, but a community driven slice of internet culture. Developers Jason Schymick & Jim Bonacci, have mentioned that this new iteration on iOS devices is a test to see how the game is received. With just being a early test run, Happy Wheels has already reached Top of the charts on the App Store. Though, this early version is a stripped down version of the browser game, new content is currently being developed. Lets take a look of what we have for the infamous Happy Wheels on iOS.
– Free! Free! Free!
– Gameplay & physics on par with browser version.
– Fifteen pre-made levels.
– Level editor tool, with savable,send-able level files.
– Pay 1.99 to remove in-app advertisements.
– See where you place on leader-boards.
– One playable character.
–DESTROYS battery power & phone gets HOT (playing on iphone 6).
Ever since I discovered Happy Wheels, I loved it. The simplicity, awesome physics and hilarious violence makes it an amazing game. The iOS app however, isn’t as fulfilling as the browser, and I don’t mean in terms of content. I feel that the game can be vicious at times and the on-screen controls of the iPhone doesn’t help. There is a bit of lag between pressing the onscreen button and the characters reaction. Whether its a side-effect of the early test version of the game, I’m not sure, but it does effect my enjoyment of the game (making me wish I was playing the browser version). That being said, I did have fun beating the fifteen levels (with the help of some oven gloves due to the immense heat from the iphone) and I’m looking forward to later iterations of the game.
If you are a fan or newbie, Happy Wheels on the iOS is definitely worth checking out, especially cause its FREE!
Go check out the full browser game at:
Happy Wheels App Review
- FInal Rating:
- Free! Free! Free!
- Gameplay & physics on par with browser version.
- Fifteen pre-made levels.
- Level editor tool, with savable,send-able level files.