Did you know the full
version of the
Donut Factory contains over 100 levels? Did you know you
can play the full-version risk free?
The Level Select Screen is an overview of the Donut Factory, and is
made up of 5 Buildings:
in the free version, the only available building is the Donut Acedemy.
To access the other buildings, buy
the full version.
See the table below of a guide to which building is which. Each building
holds levels of a certain difficulty. Click on a building to view the
If the building is unlocked, you will be able to play any of the levels
inside it. Click on a level title to play it. You can easily spot unlocked
buildings by looking at the building's Donut icon. If the icon is spinning,
the building is unlocked.
As levels are completed, the word "(Done)" appears next to their names.
You can play any unlocked level in any order you want, however you
should be on the lookout for new machines. If you come across a level
with a machine that you're not familiar with, looking for that machine's
"Introductory" level to explain how it works. Introductory levels are
named with "Intro:" or "Introduction" in the title, and is always before
all other levels that contain that machine.
Each building in the Donut Factory represents a difficulty level, however
the levels are somewhat mixed-up so that there in not an absolute
easy-to-hard gradient. Below you'll find a table of the each building
and it's difficulty level.
Opening Buildings and Unlocking Levels
At the beginning of the game, only
the Donut Acedemy is available to play, and the other buildings are
closed. You'll need to complete unlocked levels in order to open new
buildings. Luckly, it only takes completion of a few levels to open
a new building. Below is a table of when each building gets
Saving Your Progress
When you solve a level the game is automatically
saved, keeping track of every level you've solved so far. You cannot
save partially completed levels.
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