Physics-based chaos comes to your Android devices as the popular game Donut County heads to the platform. The game was previously available on iOS during its initial release in 2018.
In the game, you play as BK, a raccoon with control over a moving sinkhole. While you originally start off just using it to steal trash, the game has the hole grow bigger as you continue through the game.
The game is actually pretty story intensive too, as BK falls into one of his own holes and has to confront the residents of Donut County, who are all not pleased with being trapped underground.
As the hole gets bigger, you also get the ability to spit things out after swallowing them. You’ll use this as well as other environmental quirks to your advantage, as the game’s gameplay consists of using the hole’s toolset to solve puzzles.
The hole also starts off each level as small, and you’ll need to consume more to get it big enough depending on what you want it to interact with. What starts as a donut-sized hole will eventually grow big enough to eat even the giant donut statues in town.
You’ll also get the chance to explore the homes of Donut County, learning more about the game’s cast of characters.
Donut County is available on iOS and Android as a premium purchase. The game is available for USD 4.99. Additionally, it’s also available on PC, PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.
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