Originally launched in 2010 and created by video game designer Jim Bonacci, Happy Wheels quickly became a YouTube Let’s Play sensation that inspired countless internet personalities around the world to give the ragdoll physics-based browser game a try for themselves while posting the results online for all to see. Since then, the game has generated a grand total of 12.3 million plays a month, 1.2 billion total logged sessions, 352 million independent participants, and 14 million downloads of its official app.
To say that the Happy Wheels franchise is one of the biggest names in gaming would be an understatement at this point, as developer and publisher Fancy Force has continued to rake in the profits of what has become a verifiable player phenomenon. Stemming off of its notorious use of hyperbolic violence mixed with sardonic humor, Bonacci has created quite the best-selling hit within the …
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