Cul-de-Sac Smash 2: Wheels of Fury

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Twisted Metal: Head-On, this is not.

Cul-de-Sac Smash 2: Wheels of Fury is the sequel to the previous game, Cul-de-Sac Smash. The sequel includes new features like new cart parts, unique special attacks, and characters say negative messages when hit.

The game has now been taken down from Cartoon Network's website, but can be played elsewhere.


The gameplay of Wheels of Fury is exactly the same as its prequel, a player must smash into others carts using the front or back of their cart. A player can upgrade their cart through the shop, and there is also a cheat code menu (although in this case the cheats are known). A major change is the special ability, which ranges from field damage to cart effectiveness. Some characters cause damage to another cart, while others cause them to be more vulnerable to damage.

Why It Sucks

  1. The gameplay is a shameless and shallow clone of Twisted Metal. In fact, the specials are the same thing.
  2. There are no destructible environments to pull off like in Twisted Metal and there are very few ways to damage cars.
  3. The levels are played the same, only the opponents are harder.
  4. Some specials are way too overpowered or weak. Some that are overpowered include...
    • Eddy is basically Axel's special, but after that, Eddy's car becomes stronger for 20 seconds.
    • Marie causes the Kanker Sisters to attack the other opponents and then after all the opponents are gone, the special is now useless.
    • Kevin is annoying. Every time he uses the special, it causes one car to stop moving for 20 seconds and half the time, the opponents never attack you.
  5. There's no reward for winning the championship.
  6. The music is just three tracks, Title screen, Menus, and Gameplay.
  7. A ton of glitches.
  8. Jimmy and Sarah do not appear in this game.

Redeeming Qualities

  1. The graphics are accurate to the show.
  2. Ed, Edd n Eddy fans might like it, but they would get bored and play the Twisted Metal games instead.