Nutaku Announces 'Celebrate Hentai' Promo Event

LOS ANGELES — Nutaku has announced its "Celebrate Hentai" initiative, which kicks off today and runs through September 28 with a variety of promotional deals, in-game offers and a dedicated website honoring the art form.

"Nutaku has been home for a number of hentai-inspired games and we’re proud to celebrate it with all the hentai aficionados out there," a rep exclaimed. "Despite the art form being a global phenomenon, it is considered taboo within mainstream audiences. Whether it be artwork, movies, music or video games, hentai serves a significantly large fan base around the world."

"Hence, we have created an online platform where we could educate the world on the origins of hentai and its reason to exist," the rep continued. "CelebrateHentai.com also highlights the eccentric art form as it features not only original commissioned art pieces through a gallery experience, but also the magnitude of its influence across genres."

During the "Celebrate Hentai" campaign, Nutaku will be running a variety of in-game promotions, including the following:

  • "Heavy Metal Babes" with four Group Sex events available
  • "SF Girls" with three separate bundles, each including Star Agent Chests and Tower Gifts
  • "Kamihime Project R" with a special Star Coin sale through September 29

Nutaku reps will also participate in a Reddit iAMA today titled, "We’re Nutaku Games, Fall Guys devs yeeted our 100K donation bid because we have tiddies in our games. Ask us anything!" Click here to follow the discussion.

Find details about the "Celebrate Hentai" promotion here and follow Nutaku on Twitter.

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