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Conquer A Sexy Kingdom in Nutaku's Seven Sirens

Nutaku's newest free-to-play game is Seven Sirens. (And no, this is not the same as last month's release 7 Angels.) This particular pervy game is definitely on the HuniePop train—it's a hybrid match-3 and visual novel game. Where Seven Sirens stands out a bit is that it uses the match-3 mechanics for fighting spooky monsters.

In 7 Sirens, you've been transported to a fantasy world filled with snooty nobles, brave warriors, and terrifying undead minions. The whole world is before you, and you'll travel across the land battling the bad guys utilizing match-3 mechanics. Landing sweet combos will give you powered-up gems that can be used to land devastating crushing blows on your opponent.

 

nutaku seven sirens gameplay
Seven Sirens utilizes match-3 mechanics to let players fight turn-based battles against all sorts of enemies.

There's a bit more to the game that just combat, though. Players will be able to upgrade their stats as they play using in-game currency, so there's a bit of an RPG element in this game as well. Additionally, you'll have to work to level up your relationship with the titular seven sirens, soulmates from the player character's past, present, and future who also inhabit this mysterious realm. Gather the right items and you'll unlock some steamy CG sex scenes!

 

Bear in mind, as always, that this is a free-to-play game with all that entails. Players can elect to spend their money on in-game currency and various boosters. There's also an energy meter to contend with, so you won't be able to sit down to an epic session without dropping a few dollars on some more energy.

If Seven Sirens sounds like the kind of thing you might enjoy, you can check it out on Nutaku right now [NSFW].

 

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What do you think of 7 Sirens? Do you enjoy hybrid visual novel/match-3 games or do you think the genre is getting oversaturated? Let us know in the comments below!

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Robert N. Adams

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I've had a controller in my hand since I was 4 and I haven't stopped gaming since. CCGs, Tabletop Games, Pen & Paper RPGs - I've tried a whole bunch of stuff over the years and I'm always looking to try more!