Nutaku's Sorakana Lets You Charge Into Battle With Sexy Alchemists

Defend Your Beautiful Realm

Adult gaming retailer and publisher Nutaku has launched a brand-new free-to-play game that's sure to please fans of turn-based RPGs! Sorakana is here, and it has pretty much everything a guy could want: floating cities in the sky, entertaining combat, and a legion of deadly battle waifus.

In SoraKana, humanity now lives in majestic floating cities high above the ground. Unfortunately for them, enemy creatures called "Tanatos" have begun to attack mankind. You'll only be able to hold back the tide with the power of alchemy — and you have a team of cute girls to help you do it.

SoSorakana Nutaku gameplay
I've seen buckets of chicken with fewer wings.

Players are charged with commanding a team of cute alchemists to fight off the enemy in exciting turn-based battles. As with many similar RPGs, these battles can play out automatically to a degree, but you'll have a better chance of survival by taking command and strategically making use of your abilities.

Lest we forget, this is a Nutaku game. That means that there are some steamy sex scenes for you to enjoy in this brand-new free-to-play game. Players can seduce 7 monster girls in the course of their journey and enjoy 20 uncensored H-scenes. Oh, and there's gameplay too, I guess?

Play SoraKana for Free on Nutaku Right Now!

If this game sounds like your kind of jam, then you'll love the price — you can play it without spending a penny. That said, do keep in mind that this is a free-to-play game with everything that entails. You'll have the option to spend a few bucks if you'd like to speed things up a bit.

You can play Sorakana for free on Nutaku right now [NSFW] in your browser, so go ahead and give it a look! If you're up for a different kind of gaming, you might want to check out Nutaku's newest tower defense game SF Girls instead.

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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!