Debuts Sexy 'Cosmic Shock League' for Gamers Debuts Sexy 'Cosmic Shock League' for Gamers

MONTREAL — today released its latest action-adventure title, "Cosmic Shock League."

Gamers can jump into a sexy interstellar battleground while conquering their rivals with the help of a fearless and seductive harem, a Nutaku publicist said. Participants can also have real-time duels with players around the globe.

“Charge your harem’s abilities, unleash their powers and deploy sexy maidens to attack your opponent,” the publicist said. “Unlock and activate several chests to gain points, items and upgrades to expand your evergrowing harem. Command your gorgeous Cosmic Shock girls to show you what they’ve got on and off the battleground.” is the largest free-to-play and downloadable game website in the world dedicated to 18+ titles. Featuring more than 200 high-quality games for both PC and mobile, now ranks within the top 500 websites in the world, boasting more than 115 million visits per month.

The publicist noted that Nutaku is committed to bringing “high-quality adult gaming experiences to lewd gamers around the globe.”

“Featuring innovative gameplay and boundless uncensored scenes, this game will give users an outer world experience,” the publicist said.

Check out the free-to-play browser-based game here.


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