The number of Booty Farm players has crossed a major milestone: more than 1 million people have played the game. This visual novel/farming game hybrid has proved wildly popular for adult-oriented digital game distributor Nutaku, and now the developers are celebrating their success with a special event throughout the weekend.

“We at Tender Troupe are thrilled to announce that our debut game Booty Farm has reached a whopping ONE MILLION players,” reads a news post on the game’s Nutaku page. “As a thank you to each and every one of those players, we’re putting the Booty Farm train in overdrive making it much easier for everyone to profit from it. During this following weekend, train deliveries will take only 10 minutes instead of the 2 hours that it normally does, and orders will be much easier to complete.”

The special event celebrating 1 million Booty Farm players should make it easier for players to earn sensual train adventure scenes and other bonuses. The train requires that players input a number of items like fish, cheese balls, onions, and more to fulfill shipments to a faraway place. Once the train is launched, it takes two hours to return. Completely filling three train cars will unlock a special lewd “adventure” scene, a crop growth boost, some building items, or a nice batch of gems. The event celebrating Booty Farm players will instead reduce this timer to a paltry ten minutes, allowing fastidious players to quickly rack up some nice bonuses!

If you’re curious about how best to play Booty Farm, you can check out our general guide to the game as well as our guide on how to best make money. You can play Booty Farm for free on Nutaku right now [NSFW] for your desktop PC or on Android.

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What do you think of the number of Booty Farm players hitting 1 million? What’s your favorite part about the game? Let us know in the comments below!


Robert N. Adams

Senior Writer

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!



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