Donut County

released on Aug 28, 2018

Donut County is a story-based physics puzzle game where you play as an ever-growing hole in the ground. Meet cute characters, steal their trash, and throw them in a hole.


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One of those short but sweet indie games where it has a fun gameplay mechanic, it's mini-gamey like wario ware but a bit longer. Love the humor though it boils down to random quirky comedy at times but I still chucked at it.

Overall, it was a fun short game.

I really liked this game it didn't blow my mind or anything but it was a good time, the concept of the gameplay is very unique and the levels were fun. The story wasn't that interesting but it didn't need to be, I think they could have had more bosses for sure, also the music didn't really stand out to me. But all in all I enjoyed my time with it and its worth picking up probably on a sale.

simple and fun game but it's pretty barebones. feels like playing a watered-down indie version of katamari but there's still plenty of stuff to like here

silly und short und beautiful und funny und awesome soundtrack? yippiiiie ✫¨'°☆´✫°`

me agobié al final porque skilln't y el temporizador me angustia pero en fin escuché a Daniel Koestner (ost) 1.371 minutos el año que lo jugué soooo yea overall a Good Time

Donut County was in a bundle with Neon White during a "Publisher Sale" on Steam and I bought it because I wanted Neon White and this game was just 1€ or so.

I don't know what I expected tbh. I thought it was about a racoon which sales donuts to some people. Well...it's that, but not entirely. I won't spoil the story, but it's a "feed that hole" type of game.

You're controlling a hole and you must eat the planet. It reminded me a tiny bit of Katamari, cause you're destroying the world with your main item. You are thrown into around 15 short levels and you must feed your hole to accomplish the level. As I said, the game has a little story to give, but I won't spoil it, because I'm no spoiler and I skipped half of the dialogues.

It's a little game which I completed in 1 hour and 20 minutes. So if you got 1h30 or 2h free and you don't know what to do with that time, play Donut County. It's not that bad, but nothing great either.