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Dog’s Donuts is the latest little puzzler to creep out onto the market via the QUByte Interactive team. Created by Robotizar Games and having picked up a positive reception from the PC crowd, it’s now time to get feeding the hungry husky in Dog’s Donuts on Xbox, PlayStation and Switch. 

Available right this minute to purchase and download on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S (not optimised), PS4, PS5 and Nintendo Switch – as well as still being on Steam – Dog’s Donuts is a fun little puzzler in which you’ll be left to put trust in the physics based ideas that are put in front of you. 

The idea is that you need to feed a hungry little husky some donuts (we don’t recommend this in real life), pushing and pulling things until everything lines are great. You’ll be found making the most of drones, of springboards and of shovels, amongst other things, all in hope that you can shoot those delicious donuts into that dog’s mouth. 

Dog’s Donuts certainly seems to be a fun little affair, and we like what QUByte have done in the past – Fluffy Cubed, Raven’s Hike – so have hope that the super small price tag of £3.29 from the Xbox Store will once again provide a fun gaming experience. 

You’ll be able to download Dog’s Donuts from the Xbox Store for Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S. It’s also on the PlayStation Store for PS4 and PS5, the Nintendo eShop for Switch and Steam for those rocking a gaming PC. 

Keep an eye out for our upcoming review soon. 

Game Description:

Dog’s Donuts is a physical-based puzzle game where you control a machine that shoots donuts. Make the right adjustments and find the better way to feed this adorable husky. Use shovels, drones, springboards and many other crazy machines to feed the puppy. In this challenging puzzle game, you can complete the levels in many different approaches, creating a varied gameplay. Make great use of the game physics and don’t let the dog wait too much for the donuts. Developed by Robotizar Games and published by QUByte Interactive

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