Nutaku has launched its second adult free-to-play game this week. Get ready to play Billionaire, a brand-new game to the site that merges the city builder and clicker genres into something new.
In Billionaire, you've inherited a real estate empire... and you don't really know what you're doing. Fortunately, you've also inherited a quite capable (and rather alluring) staff of women who are all too happy to help you figure out the real estate business along with some, er, extracurricular activities.
This new free-to-play Nutaku game is, at its heart, a clicker game with just a dash of city builder thrown onto the pile. You'll click on buildings to earn money. Then, you'll use that money to hire employees for the business you just build and bring in even more money. As you progress in the game, you'll expand your empire by taking over more and more lots in the city.
Lest we forget, this is a Nutaku game -- that means that there are some pretty steamy sex scenes for players to enjoy. Unfortunately, the Western release of the game appears to have kept in the pixel censorship of the original Asian version. They're still some pretty good CG scenes, though, so you might want to check it out anyway.
That's not the only problem, either -- the ultra-widescreen resolution can make it difficult to read text on smaller monitors. Fortunately, you're able to play this game on both PC and Android, so at least you'll have some options.
Play Billionaire for Free on PC and Android Right Now!
If you're looking for a new clicker game to play (and with a little adult action on the side), why not give Billionaire ago? Just keep in mind that it's a free-to-play game and everything that entails -- you can spend some real-world cash to advance your progression if you feel so inclined.
You can play Billionaire for free on PC and Android right now [NSFW] over at Nutaku. If city builders aren't your thing, that's totally okay -- why not try out the tactical pinball action of Bouncy College or the awesome adult auto battler Unitia X: Angle of the Oracle X Goddess of the End instead?
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