Come, sing a song of joy,
‘cuz HandyGames and Bad Dream Games will work as one.
Sing, sing a song, oh boy,
to bring you a game of musical fun.
It’s a platformer, that’s for sure,
but the controls are a little obscure.
Don’t be afraid, instead, rejoice,
you move and dance and solve riddles with your voice!
Face many puzzles while you play,
but simply sing, and be on your way.
Colorful environments and four hours of gameplay,
you want to see a famous influencer try it? Well, you may:
Take a look at JackSepticEye playing One Hand Clapping:
Yes, we definitely have a lot to learn from One Hand Clapping in terms of voice control or rhythm. For all of you, who are not in the mood for singing our press release out loud, here are the bare facts:
Los Angeles based studio Bad Dream Games and German publisher HandyGames, a THQ Nordic family member, have signed a publishing deal for the award-winning indie hit One Hand Clapping. The game’s demo has already made some of the world’s biggest influencers sing, among them PewDiePie and JackSepticEye.
In One Hand Clapping, you roam through an artfully crafted 2D world and interact with your environment through your voice alone. You can yell, cry or sing as you encounter a variety of musical puzzles along the way, where the control over your voice becomes the key to solve them. The game offers a 4 hour long story campaign (that’s more than 3 times longer than Beethoven’s Symphony 9 or about 100 times longer than this week’s number #1 in the Billboard charts “Old Town Road” from Lil Nas X), and 6 different biomes to discover in the world, such as the desert, the city or the sea. The game’s Educational Mode will allow you to train your singing and learn more about voice control and music theory – if you become a famous singer because of our game, you’ll owe us free tickets to your show!
One Hand Clapping is currently in development for PC, Xbox One, PlayStation®4, Nintendo Switch™, Android and iOS. The release is scheduled for 2021.