Nutaku Debuts English-Language Adults-Only 'Lewd Producer'

Nutaku Debuts English-Language Adults-Only 'Lewd Producer'

LOS ANGELES — Nutaku has announced the exclusive English-language debut of its adults-only clicker game "Lewd Producer" for the PC and mobile browsers.

The game "brings out the flirtatious you with over 50 gorgeous idols and lets you have all the fun with some cool animated sex scenes," a rep explained. "You are chosen as the ultimate producer for idols in town. But you cannot stop fantasizing about the sexy ladies. Play naughty pranks on them with the customizable tools, gift them with cute apparel and watch all your lewd temptations getting fulfilled."

Features include the ability to "enhance your ladies" with "mod parts," animated sex scenes with their own unique stories and over 90 sex scenes to unlock.

Click here for additional details and follow Nutaku on Twitter.

In related news, following a pre-registration period and a worldwide soft launch, Nutaku recently announced the exclusive debut of "Kink Inc." on the platform for PCs and Android devices.

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