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Donut County, where you play a bottomless pit, is headed to PS4

Physics-based puzzler Donut County is getting a release on PlayStation 4. It's a game where you control a bottomless pit and move it around the screen to collect whatever's lying around. The more you collect, the wider the hole becomes and the bigger the objects you can suck up. It's like an upside down Katamari Damacy. Donut County is the work of Ben Esposito, who worked on the paint-based puzzler The Unfinished Swan.
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