One Hand Clapping Now On Next Generation Consoles

Developer Bad Dream Games and publisher HandyGames have finally brought the vocal 2D platformer One Hand Clapping to next-gen consoles.

Entering early access in 2020, One Hand Clapping received a number of awards and nominations for its use of vocal input. The player explores and interacts with the game with noise, whilst building confidence in their voice. With the jump to Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5, players can enjoy some serious updates.

One Hand Clapping Gameplay
Bad Dream Games

What’s New With One Hand Clapping?

With new support for the Dual Sense, PS5 players will enjoy the most immersive experience the game has to offer. Consequently, players will feel each step, enjoying a unique sensation based on the surfaces. Thus, you can feel the difference whether you are bouncing on flowers, splashing in the water, or trudging through sand.

One Hand Clapping features:

  • Fine-tuned vibrations with Dual Sense Controller
  • Feel what you experience in the 2D world
  • Explore and solve puzzles through six biomes by singing, humming or beatboxing
  • Practice vocal rhythm and harmony while you play
One Hand Clapping Gameplay
Bad Dream Games

Release Details

One Hand Clapping is now available for the Xbox Series S|X as well as PlayStation 5. PlayStation 4 owners can upgrade for free, while Xbox owners can make use of Smart Delivery. The game is also available via Steam and Nintendo Switch. The game is priced at US$14.99 | €14.99 | £12.49. Be sure to head over to the game Steam store page to wishlist and be notified of any future updates.

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