One Hand Clapping, a cute indie adventure where you sing your way to victory, is set to hit Early Access on 10 June.
Bringing the stage home for PC players, via Steam, One Hand Clapping is something of a musical adventure that ditches the lute and asks players to pick up a mic if they want to win the day. Built around a gorgeous musical world, players will find themselves picking a key and jumping into a 2D platformer full of puzzles. Unlike traditional environmental obstacles, this brand new adventure doesn’t rely on button bashing. Instead, you’ll overcome an array of creative encounters with your own voice.
While this might be an instant turn off to some of us, developer Bad Dream Games are out to craft a title that teaches you how to control your voice and believe in your own musical skills. Even if you aren’t confident in your own ability, One Hand Clapping simply allows you to make noise down your mic, solving puzzles using solve puzzles with melody, rhythm, and harmony.
This endearing new Early Access serenade stands out from the crowds and is likely to strike a chord with fans of games like Shu and Wandersong along the way. If you are ready to go acapella then you can find out more about one Hand Clapping over on the Steam Store page now. Players looking to try a different platform will be able to book some time with One Hand Clapping later when it eventually launches on PC, Google Stadia, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Android, and iOS.