Now an upcoming voice-driven puzzle game, One Hand Clapping is coming soon on mobile devices. The game is planning to launch on December 14th on mobile devices.
About the game
It is a 2D voice-based platformer. It is developed by Bad Dream Games and published by Handy Games. This is a unique mobile game that will pride both mystical and musical landscapes. You can solve puzzles by singing with microphones. The pitch of your voice will tell you the height and gradient of the platforms you are walking on. As the story unfolds you will have a personal music journey wherever you want to go.
Players can now enjoy this on mobile devices
Handy Games finally revealed that One Hand Clapping will soon see its global release on Android and iOS devices on 14th December 2021. This game is already appreciated by critics and influencers. It has also received a lot of awards. Till now, it was only on PC, now it will come on mobile devices. It will get its release worldwide on all platforms besides mobile phone.
This unique game will finally release in this December. It will attract the players because with microphones they can change the world. There is no chance of making mistakes because you can try with rhythms to the beautiful contents of the game. This is a 2D platformer game that the players had already enjoyed on PC. The mobile version will also get the same 2D nature. In addition to this, in the mobile version, you need a good microphone and it will be better if it has an in-built mic in it. If you are a singer or love songs you will surely enjoy this game. As the game has already reached a notable place on PC, so I hope it will surely be a noteworthy title on the gaming platform. If we get any information about the game, will surely update it. Otherwise, you can also check the official site of the page or the official Twitter handle to get more information about the game. And don’t forget to share whether are you excited or not about the release of the game on mobile devices.
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