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Happiness Incarnate!
Happy Wheels. The game where people are made out of hotdogs and held together with silly putty. The game where you can launch your son out of his bicycle chair into a harpoon trap so he can disarm it for you. The game where fat shoppers have spring-loaded shopping carts, the game where hobos can afford rocket-powered wheelchairs, the game where lawnmowers can kill people by jumping on top of them and grinding them down to the bone! This, is HAPPY WHEELS!

I have never had as much fun with a game before as I have had with Happy Wheels. From the creator of the sidescrolling shooter Divine Intervention comes a ragdoll-physics vehicle-based platformer with plenty of blood, gore, and comedy!

There is so much humor to be found in the Holy Grail known as Happy Wheels. Wether it be from you getting violently gored on a spike trap or having your intestines get stuck on a block and dangle you from the ground, there's plenty of laughs to go around. New boss at work getting on your nerves? Depict him as a fat shopping lady and pierce him to death with harpoons! Need a stress reliever? Take a stroll through the level Happy Green Hills on a moped for two. Want a challenge? Pick one of the many platforming levels and have a Mario-like adventure. Feel creative? Open up the level editor and make a masterpiece of your own!

In conclusion, YOU MUST PLAY THIS GAME. YOU HAVE NOT LIVED UNTIL YOU HAVE. That is, if you're ready to deal with the minor bugs and issues of the Total Jerkface site itself (slow loading times, pages not loading, that stupid 500 Internal Server error with that Headache Puppy).
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