HandyGames announced plans to publish the Bad Dream Games developed 2D musical puzzle platformer One Hand Clapping on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and iOS and Android devices, but fans will have to wait until its 2021 release date.
One Hand Clapping has players roam through an atmospheric world where they can interact with the environment using their voice. Players can yell, cry, or sing through encounters to get through a variety of musical puzzles. Evidently, control over your voice becomes the key to solving puzzles, so count me out.
The game is planned to be 4 hours long with 6 different biomes to discover in the world, such as the desert and the sea. The game also has an Educational Mode that will allow players to train their voice and hopefully learn to sing, count me back in.
One Hand Clapping does feature a story of escaping the judgmental eyes of Silent City’s hostile inhabitants by completing challenges and various puzzle mini-games.
Additionally, the publisher released a trailer to give players a preview of the game’s mechanics and environments.
You can watch the trailer below:
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