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As a gamer, I am super excited that there is a game encouraging people to sing, whether they can't or not. OHC is a great game to play, but there are some serious flaws that concern YouTube gamers like myself.


Very professional looking

Concept is great and greatly realized right away

Amazing choice of colors and soundtrack


When the game opens, whether you have the right specs or not, it takes a long time for it to load. Even at all the other loading screens.

Playing the game at all made my computer seriously slow, close to a freezing point.

There is only a download and zip file. No install or un-install at all. No game should be made without an install/un-install feature.

When editing the video, my computer was dangerously slow that it made my editing software crash. That has never happened before. (I had to delete everything from One Hand Clapping.)

I love the game, Weebly, but One Hand Clapping needs some serious work. I'm lucky enough to even finish the editing. I still intend to upload the video, but I worry on how long the upload will take to finish. When I put in the details of the upload, I will put a warning sign for all YouTube gamers.

(Edit: I take that back. The editing IS done, but now my editing software won't even let me export the video. It keeps crashing. I regret playing the game now. What did you do? I'm too scared to shut down my computer, because I don't know if it will start up when I press the power button.)


Dude, none of that is the game's fault. If your editing program had problems, that's either on your computer or on the editing software. If the game was not running (i.e. while you were editing), the game cannot slow down your computer in any way.

For the record, I ran this on Linux (NOT A SUPPORTED PLATFORM), with integrated graphics (NO GPU), 8GB RAM, and a dual core 2.4GHz Intel processor. I did not run into a single problem with the game and played all the way through. Keep in mind, the specs don't mean anything if you're using all your compute power and memory for other things, like Chrome.

It just doesn't make sense, though. My editing software has been slow, but not to a point where it would crash without a warning. I know my computer isn't up to par for certain  games I want to play, but before I downloaded OHC, the editing software was never dangerously slow. I couldn't figure out what was making my compute power act like that.


Just confirming, the game was closed when you were editing it, right?

Also when was the last time you rebooted?