Booty Calls: Men at Work Brings Out the Hunks

Adult-oriented digital game distributor Nutaku has released another match-3 visual novel hybrid titled Booty Calls: Men at Work. If it isn't entirely evident from the title, Men at Work is a game tailor-made for gay men and is a spin-off of the heterosexual version Booty Calls.

In Booty Calls: Men at Work, players are assuming the role of the personal assistant to Owen Thorn, the man in charge of a massive entertainment company. It's your job to find aspiring talent to get on board with the company, and it just so happens that quite a few of these guys are pretty damn hot. Lucky you!

booty calls: men at work gameplay
Much like other games in the genre, Booty Calls: Men at Work has players playing a match-3 puzzle game in order to successfully complete dates.

Once you get to know the guys a bit, you'll be able to progress in your relationship with them by playing match-3 games. Successful completion of these levels will advance the storyline and has the potential to unlock some super sexy photos, something that isn't that big of a surprise from a game published by Nutaku. There are five hot guys for you to date while playing through an evolving storyline where characters grow and chance. Just make sure you answer their questions correctly!

Both Booty Calls: Men at Work and Booty Calls are free-to-play games, so bear in mind all that entails. If this sounds like your kind of jam, you can play Booty Calls: Men at Work for free at Nutaku right now [NSFW]. If heterosexual escapades are more your thing, you can also check out the original Booty Calls for free at Nutaku [NSFW].

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What do you think of Booty Calls: Men at Work? Do you have a particularly favorite gay adult video game? Let us know in the comments below!


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