One Hand Clapping, the musical game coming soon to mobile, is out now on Steam Early Access | Articles

HandyGames has launched its musical game referred to as One Hand Clapping on Steam Early Access, however the cellular port for iOS and Android is nonetheless deliberate to go forward later this yr.

It’s being developed by Bad Dream Games, and is an journey game the place you utilize your microphone to specific your self and enable you to turn out to be a real believer in your individual musical abilities. You work together with the game’s vibrant world and use melody, rhythm and concord to remedy puzzles.

How you do it is totally up to you, that means you possibly can select to sing, whistle, hum, use an instrument or simply begin howling nonsense down your microphone. The game requires no controller or bodily enter to be made, all you want is a microphone, your headset and a voice to play with.

“Have you ever listened to a recording of your own voice? Feels strange right? And the scary part is that you sound like that to everyone else. Damn right. And you thought you have a nice voice,” HandyGames says about One Hand Clapping.

“How about a fun game that teaches you how to control your voice while saving a fantastical setting from eternal silence? A unique game that helps you to feel more comfortable and confident while singing in the shower, and guides you to develop a stronger connection to your voice.”

One Hand Clapping is out now on PC through Steam Early Access. It’s coming to the iOS App Store and the Google Play for Android retailer later this yr, in addition to Google Stadia, Xbox One, PlayStation four and Nintendo Switch. We’ll replace you when the cellular variations are coming as info turns into recognized.

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