The developer behind “Happy Wheels,” Total Jerkface, hasn't made a "Happy Wheels 2" as of June 2015. Kids can play the first “Happy Wheels” game on the developer's official website, Totaljerkface.com.
In “Happy Wheels,” the player takes control of an ill-prepared racer in an attempt to clear a number of courses. He uses the computer keyboard to control the game. The up and down arrows move the racer forward and backward, and the left and right arrows lean the racer in the respective directions. The space bar uses the main action of the driver, and hitting the Z key ejects the in-game character from the vehicle.
“Happy Wheels” has several featured levels and a large selection of user-created levels. On the main menu, the player can choose to play one of these levels or create his own using the level editor. After playing a level, he can rate it between one and five stars. He also has the ability to watch level replays from other gamers who have played the level and uploaded gameplay footage. Watching these videos can give the player a few pointers on how to successfully complete the stages quickly. The replay videos show how many times people have watched them, how long it took the players to complete the levels and when the players created the videos.