Nutaku Releases 'Brazzers: The Game' With Starry Cast

Nutaku Releases 'Brazzers: The Game' With Starry Cast

MONTREAL — Nutaku has announced the launch of casual, clicker title "Brazzers: The Game" for web browsers and Android devices and featuring a starry array of talent, including Abella Danger, Cherie DeVille, Keiran Lee, Phoenix Marie, Johnny Sins, Jordi 'El Nino' Polla and Gina Valentina, among others.

"Brazzers: The Game" was developed by Just Nice Things ("Pocket Waifu") and puts the gamer "in the role of a fresh-faced adult film producer whose main goal is to make a name and represent the Brazzers brand at a global scale," a rep explained.

"Get famous Brazzers talent to work with you, and cast them in the raunchiest, lewdest videos you can think of," continued the rep. "Reach new levels of stardom and shower your talent with all the fame and riches they crave."

Key features include real-life, in-game content featuring 10 Brazzers boldfaced names; 50 animated sex scenes; fresh POV videos and access to the studio's premium content.

"Working with Brazzers has certainly been a very exciting and worthwhile experience," noted a rep for Just Nice Things. "Partnering with such a big name in the business was a wonderful chance for us to work with the best, and to bring you the best. Based on our experience of developing 'Pocket Waifu,' we were able to create a wholesome and spicy experience for all Brazzers fans and their gorgeous talent."

Brazzers director Mario Nardstein echoed that enthusiasm.

"We can’t wait for fans to play 'Brazzers: The Game.' Being able to interact with some of our biggest talents and make all kinds of creative choices themselves is something we know our audience is going to enjoy," he said.

"We’re thrilled to have collaborated with Nutaku and Just Nice Things on our first entry into gaming," Nardstein added.

Click here for additional details; follow Brazzers and Nutaku on Twitter.

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