Surprise Release: There’s No Other
Game Like This!
Solve puzzles with your voice: One Hand Clapping is out now as Early Access on Google Stadia!
Los Angeles, California / Giebelstadt, Germany, July 15th, 2020: Hearing your own voice is strange, right? How about a fun game that teaches you to control it, helps you to feel more comfortable and confident while singing, and guides you to develop a stronger connection to your voice.
This connection can be very powerful. There is a reason singing in the shower is so enjoyable and karaoke is so liberating. One Hand Clapping, being uplifting and accessible for everyone, sets out to make you a believer in your own musical skills. Interact with a virtual, colorful world and solve puzzles with melody, rhythm, and harmony. How you do it is completely up to you: no matter if you prefer singing, whistling, humming, or even using an instrument, One Hand Clapping will be your unique musical journey!
Exclusive Developer Insight
Ever wondered where the art style of One Hand Clapping comes from? Or why we choose to develop such a special game? Pull back the curtain, watch our exclusive dev video, and hear the thoughts of the creators on developing this game and its progress.
Be part of a musical journey!
We’ve decided to open up the game to Early Access with this first playable section to be able to receive feedback as soon as possible and are planning to update the game every two months with new content and improvements. As each player’s voice is unique, your feedback will help us greatly to make this game even better for everyone!
Purchase Early Access at a reduced price! You’ll gain immediate access to the game in its current form and as it evolves.
About One Hand Clapping
One Hand Clapping is a 2D puzzle platformer that invites you to sing into your microphone to solve musical puzzles and discover the power of your voice as it changes the world. This extraordinary unique game provides you the freedom to express yourself through its mechanics, helping you to build confidence in your singing voice as well as in your inner voice. The world of One Hand Clapping is full of vibrant landscapes and mysterious characters portrayed through a warm, minimalist aesthetic that inspires self-expression without overwhelming your senses. All you need is a headset or a microphone with headphones, and your voice or an instrument to play! May the tunes be with you!
About Bad Dream Games
Bad Dream Games was formed in 2018, after the viral success of the One Hand Clapping demo, a student-made project from the University of Southern California. At Bad Dream Games, we are creating a new way to play, as well as a new way for our players to create. We make games that fuel creativity and engage players beyond just the limits of their controller, and it all starts right now with One Hand Clapping. Bad Dream Games was founded by Thomas Wilson and Zach Lower, who will be acting as Creative Director and Lead Designer on One Hand Clapping respectively. You can follow the development on the official Bad Dream Games Twitter account.
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