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Adult web platform to invest $2 million for sex games

Adult web platform to invest $2 million for sex games

Described as “the largest dedicated English-language adult gaming website in the world,” Nutaku is looking for developers who are into making adult games. The company which has all kinds of Not Safe/Suitable For Work (NSFW) games has stacked up $2 million dollars to invest in developers who can make sex games.

An undisclosed partner has made a “major investment” to the growing web platform to be used for adult games. The company said in a statement, “Nutaku aims to inject $2 million USD into adult games development in the next year.”

“We’re confident that this infusion of capital can be used to bring the quality of upcoming games to a level where players will be clamoring to play them.”

Nutaku said “We are now actively soliciting proposals from development studios who are working on adult projects or considering including adult content in their current titles.”

Some of the sex games that you can find in Nutaku include Japanese developed adult games such as:

  • Bazooka Cafe
  • Beach Bounce
  • Sakura Swim Club
  • Luv Slot

But the online portal offers a variety to its visitors. So if you’re a developer, here are some of the things that you should have:

  • promising demos
  • strong portfolios
  • games with prior success*

*The last qualification may include those that had other publishers censor the naughtiest bits. Basically the investment goes to those who can turn people on no holds barred or in this case, no censorship needed. If you’re lucky, you might just become a millionaire just like that.

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