Music platformer One Hand Clapping lets you sing your way

Music platformer One Hand Clapping lets you sing your way to the end credits in mid-December

HandyGames Publishing and Developers from Bad Dream Games, an independent American studio announced the exact release date for its musical platformer One Hand Clapping.

Image source: HandyGames

Image source: HandyGames

WITH July 2020 One Hand Clapping is in Google Stadia Early Access, and in June 2021 the game made it to Steam. Until recently, the full release of the project was expected in the second half of 2021.

As it became known, the final version of One Hand Clapping will go on sale on December 14 this year for PC (Steam, GOG, Epic Games Store), PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, Google Stadia and mobile devices based on iOS and Android.

A distinctive feature of One Hand Clapping is that you have to sing into the microphone to solve puzzles in the game. The authors urge gamers not to worry about the wrong notes, but to take risks and learn from their mistakes.

In addition to a unique way of interacting with the world, One Hand Clapping promises “Bright landscapes and mysterious characters”, “Cozy minimalist aesthetics”, six large biomes and roughly five hours of gameplay.

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