Donut County Finally Makes Its Debut on Android
Annapurna Interactive's hole simulator Donut County is available now on Android through the Google Play Store.
Few games have managed to capture the life of being a nebulous hole as well as Donut County has, and well…not a lot of other games actually have done that, really. But in any event, the charming indie title released in 2018 has steadily made its way to other platforms over the past few years, with the game finally available for those with Android devices.
Publisher Annapurna Interactive has announced that Donut County is now available on Android through the Google Play Store, marking the latest release and new platform for the game. Initially released for PS4, PC, Mac, and iOS in August 2018, Donut County eventually made its way over to the Xbox One and Nintendo Switch a few months later, and saw a physical release from iam8bit last year. Developed by Ben Esposito, Donut County places you in the role of an all-consuming hole as you suck up objects and become gradually larger at every turn. Hilarity ensues.
You can check out the official trailer for the game’s Android release below:
Alongside its release across consoles and PC, the game is also included as part of publisher Annapurna Interactive’s Ultimate Collection, which features eight of its most acclaimed games in a special collector’s package on PS4. A limited edition is also available with a special slipcase and art, along with brand new art and packaging for each of the collection’s titles: Donut County, Gorogoa, Kentucky Route Zero: TV Edition, Outer Wilds, Sayonara Wild Hearts, Telling Lies, Wattam, and What Remains of Edith Finch. Overall it’s a great package of acclaimed titles, and we happened to include the collection as part of our holiday gift guide for this year’s best collectibles.
Donut County is available now on PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC, Mac, and mobile.