Levels, also known as stages or maps, are playing fields manipulated by a player's ability to control a pre-selected character. You can play as a multi playable character or a single playable character. Sometimes, a level's character is forced and cannot be changed by the player. Levels are produced by players using the in-game Level Editor.finish line, collecting all tokens in the level, or activating a victory trigger). Other levels involve skill games, that require you to use your character to complete a goal (for example, throwing a ball into a hoop), and in some rare cases, the level may require the user to not input any movement at all, such as a don't move and a animation level. After successfully completing a level, the time taken to complete the level is shown, and the victory menu will pop up.
Featured LevelsFeatured levels are highly-rated, highly-played levels that Jim Bonacci hand-picks to put on the "PLAY" screen. Featured levels are usually considered to be the best levels in Happy Wheels. These levels usually have large amounts of detail, and/or fun playability. Main Article: Featured Levels
- When you repeatedly pause the game really fast, the FPS (frame rate) will show a much larger number for a second, but the game will not speed up.
- Most deleted levels can still be played by copying the link to the replay or the replay ID from that level, and loading it on the load level/replay box. After exiting the replay, the deleted level will appear on the user level browser, making it accessible to play and view replays saved on that level.