Do nut Wran­gler

Free­ware Play with your food in this tasty free­bie

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The lip-smack­ing Donut Wran­gler fea­tures the most re­al­is­tic dough-based treats I’ve seen in a game – don’t be sur­prised if you feel the urge to pop down to Krispy Kreme af­ter you’ve played it. The cups of tea, also, look good enough to drink, and please ex­cuse me for a mo­ment while I stick the ket­tle on.

So what is donut-wran­gling, ex­actly? It’s the act of stab­bing a bunch of doughy rings with a tiny metal fork, be­fore pil­ing the sug­ary cakes as high as you’re able. In this physics-en­abled puzzler, you are that fork, which means that to achieve an im­pres­sively tee­ter­ing mound of treats you have to hop around in a slightly cum­ber­some fash­ion. That con­trol awk­ward­ness feels ap­pro­pri­ate given the weight and mo­men­tum of the physics en­gine, how­ever, and there’s a lot of com­edy value to be had as you com­pile your un­gainly totem of tasty rings. Mu­sic and sound ef­fects would have livened up the ex­pe­ri­ence, but it’s a de­li­cious enough game even with­out them. DOWN­LOAD AT­gler

The adorable lit­tle flag keeps track of your stack.

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