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Donut County review – a simple, physics-based puzzler that’s a hole lot of fun
Donut County has a colourful cast of characters – and it doesn’t let you play as any of them.
Ostensibly you’re BK, a trash-loving raccoon who’s found himself in a little hot water with his neighbours. But beyond a handful of vignettes in which you hit a button to send text messages and vigorously defend yourself from the angry retorts of the townsfolk, you’ll spend most of the playing as a hole.
I suspect that may be the first – and last – time I’ll ever write that sentence.
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