Happy Wheels is a flash-game developed by Jim Bonacci which was released in 2010. Jim was apparently not happy with the state of flash games on the web and so decided to take things into his own hands. The result? A slick game with clean graphics that obeys all laws of physics and interestingly enough, there is more than a touch of dark humor in happy wheels. Fair warning though, it is not for the faint of heart, because every misstep, every bad decision is punished with extreme violence: Squishing brains, torn limbs and fountains of squirting blood are the game’s greatest attractions!
How to play?
The game involves completing levels on a vehicle. The vehicles, with varying number of wheels, and the characters on them ride through an obstacle course filled with challenges and have to reach the finish line or trigger an event which ends the level.
The game begins with four characters that you can choose from with the option of unlocking more as you play. What sets this game apart is the detailing in the characters. They range from a wheelchair guy to an extremely irresponsible father shown cheekily by a poorly cared for child riding with the father, and the best part of it all? Different characters react differently to the challenges in the level. Their violent deaths are also different – another example of the dark humor in Happy wheels 2!
- The arrow keys control the movement of the vehicle/character
- Z ejects from the vehicle
- Primary action Z and Shift, and Control are allotted for secondary actions.
So, go ahead and try the game. If you are a science enthusiast who doesn’t mind a little gore and is fond of puzzles that tickle your mind, Happy Wheels with all its dark humor, violence and innovative ways of dying might just give you one of the most enjoyable rides of your life.
World Of Solitaire is a card game that utilizes the standard 52 card deck. The game is quite simple and involves skill, strategy and some luck. What you will need as a player is the normal playing card deck excluding the jokers and a surface wide enough for laying out your cards. The solitaire game’s first objective is building up a foundation by releasing specific cards and placing them into their respective positions. Card placement follows a certain sequence and suit starting from the ace and ending with the king. Ultimately, the player has to build the entire pack into different foundations to emerge victorious.
Playing solitaire game entails drawing a card from the deck. To accomplish this, you hold the control key and then drag the target card from the deck. You then release the left key of the mouse. This will earn you some point and you need to continue doing the same for the remaining cards to get infinite points.
To play the game, you are required to build sequences by transferring the cards presented in the tableau. If an ace is revealed, place it in a foundation pile. A complete foundation will have an ace at the bottom and a king at the very top. Cards are transferred one after the other and if no more face up cards can be moved, you can flip over the initial card to use the stock pile. Removal of cards creates a space in the tableau to enhance manipulation. The space formed can only be can only be occupied by a king.
To win the game, continue transferring the cards until all of them are arranged in the required sequence. The arrangement should be in a descending manner using alternating colors. For instance, a red Queen can be moved on top of a back King. At the end of the game, all cards should be properly placed on all the four foundations.
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