Nutaku Rolls Out Gay Casual Merge Game 'The Devil's Club'

Nutaku Rolls Out Gay Casual Merge Game 'The Devil's Club'

MONTREAL — Nutaku is rolling out "The Devil's Club" from developers Crispy Tofu Games. The Android-only title is described as a gay version of "Tavern of Sins" and an expansion of the platform's library of LGBTQ+ games.

The new title features "a diverse cast of hot hunks and over 40 sexy graphics," noted a rep.

"A casual merge game, 'The Devil’s Club' lets players grow their fantasy tavern, where brave soldiers come to relax. Hire the sexiest men in town, merge and unlock new characters, and earn more cash, all while indulging in some spicy moments," the rep added.

Features include an idle system; a customizable tavern environment; mergeable hunks to unlock new characters; daily missions and challenges; and a spinning wheel to win rewards and increase player earnings.

Click here for additional details about "The Devil's Club" and follow Nutaku on Twitter.

In related news, Nutaku recently released the casual, clicker title "Brazzers: The Game" for web browsers and Android devices and featuring a starry array of studio talent.


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