One Hand Clapping Entering Early Access June 10

Bad Dream Games and HandyGames’ upcoming 2D puzzle platformer One Hand Clapping will make its way to Steam Early Access on June 10, 2021.

This title will invite players to make noises into your microphone (whether singing or playing) to complete musical puzzles. The title was designed to help players build confidence in their singing voice, along with their inner voice as well.

Its warm, minimalist aesthetic has been designed to inspire self-expression without overwhelming one’s senses. In order to get in on the action, all players will need is a headset or a microphone with headphones, along with your voice or an instrument.

The full game will take around five hours to complete, and will feature the Duet Desert, Maestro Mountain, Coda Cave, Fogue Forest, and Coda Cave areas. Future updates to the title will also introduce new gameplay mechanics and puzzles.

Learn more with the Early Access trailer below:

One Hand Clapping // Early Access Trailer | Singing Game

The game is currently in development for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC, Google Stadia, and Android and iOS devices. You can find the Steam page for the game here.

Source: Press Release
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