Alice Re:code X and Tavern of Sins Now Out From Nutaku

RPG's, Merging, And Lots of Booty

Nutaku is starting 2021 with a bang (no pun intended). They recently announced two brand new games will be making their way to the adult game storefront, Alice Re:code X and Tavern of Sins

Alice Re:code X

The first new game of 2021 is Alice Re:code X, a turn-based RPG set in a dark and twisted take on Alice in Wonderland. You must team up with the 12 heroines to escape from this dark place, and obviously, see lots of skin while you do it. 

There are over 100 uncensored H-scenes in Alice Re:code X for you to unlock and enjoy, and over 100 unique characters to meet and interact with. Upgrade your 12 heroes, find powerful items, and battle your way to the top with daily events for your souped-up team. 

Tavern of Sins

Tavern of Sins is a casual merging game that tasks you with running your own fantasy tavern. As the manager behind the tavern it's your job to hire the hottest girls and run the most successful tavern possible. Of course, as an incentive, you'll get private pictures from the girls that you hire as long as you keep working on upgrading them. 

As you might expect from a merging game your goal is to combine several copies of the same character so they evolve into more powerful versions of that character. As you go you'll get to meet over 40 hot girls, and because this is a fantasy game, they're from various different races and tribes. So if you're into monsters girls or elves then you're in for a wild ride. 

 

You can play Alice Re:code X if you visit the game's page on Nutaku's store. 

You can download Tavern of Sins from Nutaku's website right now, available for Android Only. 


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