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Platform(s): PC, Xbox 360, Xbox One
Genre: Online Multiplayer
Developer: Toylogic Inc.
Release Date: 2014

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'Happy Wars' (ALL) Shutting Down On Xbox 360 And PC By Year's End

by Rainier on March 9, 2018 @ 3:08 p.m. PST

Happy Wars is a casual multi-player action game in which a large number of players control comical characters in fun battles.

Happy Wars is a free-to-play, large-scale, multiplayer action game, where as many as 30 players can play together in a single match. In Happy Wars, players from all over the world are engulfed in a realm of heated sieges and big magical battles. Get involved with everyone and go crazy in a fantastic world of wacky melees!

Players can customize their player character with equipment such as weapons, armor and other accessories obtained through battles, or by using Happy Stars or Happy Cards and run about the battlefields with the personalized player character.

Equipment have a growth element and can be powered up through Item Level-Up and Item Modification systems, giving players the ability to create their own unique and ultimate item.

Happy Wars for Xbox 360 and Windows 10 will be shutting down on Monday, December 16th 2018.

Happy Wars will continue on Xbox One. Players may move their Happy Tickets from Xbox 360 and Windows 10 to the Xbox One version of Happy Wars. Happy Ticket Migration will no longer be available after March 15th, 2018. Save data sharing will also end at a later date. Any users who wish to transfer their tickets to Xbox One are asked to do so by March 15th.

For other questions in regards to service for Xbox 360 and Windows 10 shutting down, please visit our FAQ.

The Development and Management Teams for Happy Wars have determined that due to production of Xbox 360 units and related services and support coming to an end, continuing development and operations for Happy Wars on Xbox 360 will be difficult.

Regarding the Windows 10 version of Happy Wars, every effort has been made to improve the cross-play functionality between Windows 10 and Xbox One versions. However, we have been unable to reach the desired results. As we do not expect any dramatic improvements in the reasonably near future, we will be closing down the Windows 10 version of Happy Wars as well.

We are deeply grateful for your support of Happy Wars over the years. It has been 5 years since Happy Wars first released on the Xbox 360 in October of 2012. It’s been a wonderful run, and we would like to thank all of our fans, supporters and players who have been with us through it all.

Check out the schedule below for more information on how things will be handled leading up to the end of service.

5:00 am Thursday, March 15th, 2018 (EST)Happy Ticket migration services will no longer be available on all platforms.
8:00 pm Wednesday, April 11th, 2018 (EST)Save data sharing on all platforms will no longer be available.
Happy Tickets will no longer be available for purchase on Xbox 360 or Windows 10.
8:00 pm Wednesday, June 14th, 2018 (EST)Happy Wars will be removed from the Xbox 360 and Windows 10 stores.
7:00 pm Sunday, December 17th, 2018 (EST)Service for the Xbox 360 and Windows 10 versions Happy Wars will shut down.

In-game Events will no longer occur on Xbox 360 and Windows 10 once the game has been removed from their respective stores.

Happy Tickets you purchase will be usable until the end of service.

If you intend to continue playing on Xbox One, please be sure to transfer Happy Tickets before this service becomes unavailable.

For more information, please go to the link below.

Moving your Happy Tickets from Xbox 360 and Windows 10 to Xbox One

Although there is not much time left before end of service for Happy Wars on Xbox 360 and Windows 10, we hope you’ll continue to enjoy Happy Wars on those platforms as well.

Sincerely yours,
Toylogic Inc. Happy Wars Management Team.

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