This is a 3D puzzle game that starts with simple levels. In them, the player needs to push the objects so that the ball fits right into place. This type of game is called Sokoban - by the name of the first game that used these mechanics. Since the Japanese Sokoban translates as the keeper of the warehouse. The first game, released in the early 1980s, required the player to proper place all items on the grid-based level.
However, in English Country Tune mechanics are a little more complicated: it feels right after completing several levels. The mix adds a few unusual mechanics and goals, which completely transform the gameplay. The developers made focused on the physics of objects: here it is fine-tuned almost to perfection. Although the game looks simple, it is ready to challenge even to seasoned veterans of the puzzle genre.
The game has more than 100 levels, located in 17 worlds. Each world is distinguished by a visual style, and the composition is getting enhanced by more than 60 minutes specially composed soundtrack. The idea of the game appeared to the developers within a single hackathon. They used the Unity game engine features. This allowed porting the game to other platforms quickly. The original release took place on November 25, 2011, later the game appeared on mobile devices, earning bonus recognition from the critics.