Donut County

Top 5 Video Games You Should Play Right Now (Review RoundUp)

Too many games, too little time? Here’s a quick rundown of the best games you should check out this week: Shadows Awakening Platform – PC, PS4, Xbox One Score – 8/10 In a parallel universe inhabited by demons and monsters; seamlessly switch between the Shadow Realm and the mortal plane and witness a gripping storyline in a world full of myths, destinies and legendary creatures. Planet Alpha Platform – PC, PS4, Xbox One Score – 9/10 PLANET ALPHA, a beautiful alien world filled with mystery and danger. Pursued by relentless enemies, you must harness the power of night and day as you struggle to survive. Donut County Platform – PC, PS4 Score – 9/10 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, a...

Top 10 Best Upcoming Games of the Month – August 2018

Too many games, too little time? Here’s a quick rundown of the best games you should check out this month: Overcooked 2 Platforms – Switch, PS4, Xbox One, PC Release Date – August 7, 2018 Overcooked returns with a brand-new helping of chaotic cooking action! Journey back to the Onion Kingdom and assemble your team of chefs in classic couch co-op or online play for up to four players. Hold onto your aprons … it’s time to save the world (again!) We Happy Few Platforms – PS4, Xbox One, PC Release Date – August 10, 2018 We Happy Few is the tale of a plucky bunch of moderately terrible people trying to escape from a lifetime of cheerful denial in the city of Wellington Wells. In this alternative 1960s England, conformity is key. You’ll have to fight or blend in with the ...

Donut County Coming to PS4

Donut County is a game where you play as a hole in the ground. It still feels ridiculous to say it, because it shouldn’t have worked. You move around a tiny hole, you make stuff fall in, and the hole gets bigger. Often you have to wiggle things inside that are just a bit too big. Eventually you can demolish buildings, drain rivers, and star in your own adorable disaster movie. It’s as simple as that, or at least… that’s how it started. I’ll be honest. When I first prototyped Donut County in 2012, it started as a joke. It was the weekend of Molyjam, a 48 hour game jam dedicated to making games inspired by jokes inspired by the work of the ambitious game designer Peter Molyneux. The idea was simple, to make a game where you controlled… nothing. Well, the absence of something. Okay, a hole in...


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