This was initially going to be a post about Hole.io but then it turned into a post about how much I hate the new Gutenberg WordPress editor. When I finally got over all of that and calmed down, I found myself playing Donut County, so now we have a post about that.
So, aside from the comparisons to Hole.io as well as Namco’s Katamari Damacy, the main thing in Donut County is to maneuver your hole (read that as you wish) under various objects, and swallow them up so that your hole grows big enough to devour even the largest of objects. However, not all objects can be swallowed just by being a big ole hole: you will need to puzzle through some scenarios and employ varying degrees of physics to achieve your goals of gluttony in order to solve each level.
But, it is not just about gluttony and eating objects as Donut County has an actual plot to it, which has to do with a human named Mina and a one of her colleagues (a Raccoon named BK) who works in a Donut shop. Long story short: the donut holes are actual holes and well, you’ll just have to play it to know more.
Check out the gameplay below, which is almost as addictive as actually playing Donut County. Who knew that eating the world could be so mesmerizing, and satisfying?