If we say "there's a 2D puzzle platformer coming to the eShop" we'd understand if the response would be yeah, along with a hundred others. But One Hand Clapping is aiming to be a little different when it arrives on 14th December as you solve puzzles by singing, with the pitch of your voice being key.
It's an interesting idea, and of course to play you'll need a microphone and headphones - so a Switch-compatible headset is probably the way to go. The game also promises that you don't necessarily need a strong singing voice to play.
This exceptionally unique game provides you the freedom to express yourself through its mechanics, helping you build confidence in both your singing voice and the voice within you. Don’t worry about hitting the wrong notes, One Hand Clapping is all about taking risks and learning from your mistakes. Find out just how far your voice can take you!
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 the senses.
All you need is a microphone, headphones, and your voice to play!
Some reviews of the early access release suggest some players have struggled with the singing / pitch recognition, but hopefully issues like that have been resolved. Nevertheless it's averaged very positive user reviews on Steam.
Let us know what you think of this concept - is it something you're interested in trying out?