Adult Gaming Meets ‘Clash of Clans’ in Nutaku’s ‘Girls Kingdom’

LOS ANGELES — Adult gaming portal Nutaku has announced the launch of its first online hentai strategy game, “Girls Kingdom.”

Nutaku.net is an online gaming portal featuring premium Japanese online games. Created in 2014, Nutaku assists Japanese developers with hosting and monetizing their products for English audiences, allowing them to reach audiences worldwide.

Originally developed by Japanese adult giant DMM, “Girls Kingdom” combines real-time strategy battles with hot animated sex scenes, as players seek to carve out a nation for themselves and their lusty female companions. Victory requires recruiting the aid of a party of heroines and leading them to war against other human opponents, whose unique defenses will challenge even the craftiest of warlords.

According to its publisher, “Girls Kingdom” debuts with a host of beautifully animated characters, each of whom can be seduced by defeating their castles in special challenge quests. Leading a nation against its rivals and winning victories will earn the loyalty of these followers, uncovering their hidden powers.

“Girls Kingdom” is the sixth major DMM title localized by the Nutaku team this year and will join its counterparts “Osawari Island” and “Millennium War: Aigis” in this fast-growing selection of popular animated adult games.

For more information, visit Nutaku.net.

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