Total Jerkface Happy Wheels Demo Launch

 
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Scottsdale, AZ -- (SBWIRE) -- 04/01/2014 -- Total Jerkface happy wheels is a website launched in 2005 by Jim Bonacci. The site is known for being the host of the very popular Flash game, Happy Wheels, which is the site's main focus (as can be seen by the home page's content). The current version of the site, along with Happy Wheels, was launched in May of 2010 along with their own slogan "Home of Happy Wheels", with Jim Bonacci, Jason Schymick and Caroline Pham being the only editors. Since then, Jim has hired multiple people to work on the site such as Adura, maverfax, Ben Haynes and Jack Zankowski. Total Jerkface has a large user base and is one of the Top 11,250 Alexa-ranked sites, which is evident in its forum posts and in the User Level Browser of Happy Wheels. A Total Jerkface account is required to publish a level, rate levels, save replays, post replies on news posts, and was also required to post in the forums.

The playable demo for the Happy Wheels iOS app was only released during the PAX event. The game only contained some levels of the game as well as limited characters which include the most popular ones such as Wheelchair Guy, Irresponsible Dad and Effective Shopper.

Furthermore, it was also announced that Happy Wheels Android app is already planned, and it will be developed soon after the iOS app has been released. But since there was no announcement yet when exactly the Happy Wheels iOS app is going to arrive, the fans, while waiting for the mobile version, can enjoy the 2nd edition of the game for now. Apparently, full version of the game is only available on its official site, Total Jerk Face.

The Happy Wheels iOS app will not only be compatible to iPhone and iPod touch but to iPad devices as well. The game will also team up with Game Center and iCade controller.

Jim Bonacci mentioned in the news post, Blurb, that he will be creating a new game. It is unknown what the game will be called (although, it has been mentioned that the game will be called "Happy Wheels" in a new graphic-creating system). The game is believed to be currently in development, but it will be some time before it is complete. The artwork in the game will be somewhat similar to Happy Wheels. Regarding the graphics, Jim said in the post, "I will be keeping things 2d, but I'll use 3d modeling to create the graphics". In an earlier news post, he described it as a "horrificly violent kung fu game", possibly similar to GameTest12. The video below shows what Jim Bonacci has done so far. The game will not be released anytime soon, and the release date is unknown.

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