Indie Hit 'Donut County' Coming to Nintendo Switch, Xbox One

The critically acclaimed game lets players control a literal hole in the ground.
Courtesy of Annapurna Interactive
'Donut County'

Hole onto your hats because the indie hit Donut County is coming to the Nintendo Switch. 

The critically acclaimed physics puzzle game, in which players control a literal hole in the ground, will arrive on Nintendo on Dec. 18. It will be available for $12.99 in the Nintendo Game Store.

In addition to the Switch, Donut County will also be available on the Xbox One on the same date as part of Xbox's Winter of Arcade.

Created and developed by acclaimed indie game maker Ben Esposito, Donut County mixes a clever, humorous storyline with engaging physics-based gameplay in which players swallow up the belongings, buildings and towns"people" of Donut County (most are animals). Published by Annapurna Interactive, the game launched earlier this year on PlayStation 4, Steam, GOG and iOS.

Watch the trailer for the Nintendo Switch version of the game below.