Nutaku has released an idle dungeon crawler called Non Stop Goddess according to a press release from the adult digital games distributor.

Non Stop Goddess is set in the Heian period of Japanese history, although this one strays a little bit from reality. The world is in an age when both humans, demons, and other fantastical creatures co-existed. Players command lovely little chibi girls who run through the game’s world and automatically work their way through the levels, cleaning up trash mobs and eventually making it to a boss fight.

non stop goddess nutaku three game screens

Left: Combat takes place automatically, although you’ll have to manage your girls between battles. Center: Defeating a boss awards you with some currency, crafting items, and other baubles. Right: Each character has their own stats, and equipment for you to customize.

The fights are simple enough (at least in the beginning) and you don’t have to do very much during the actual combat. That’s not to say Non Stop Goddess is completely devoid of gameplay – you’ll be able to upgrade your girls and set them up with various different pieces of useful equipment like weapons and familiars. This is very much an Asian-style free-to-play game with tons of different systems that might take a bit to figure out. Of course, this is a Nutaku game so you can also expect to see some sensually animated adult scenes if you stick around long enough.

Non Stop Goddess is a free-to-play title, so bear in mind that that brings with all the usual monetization catches that implies, including loot boxes. It seems like the game was made by a foreign company and the translation can be a bit dodgy at times, but for the most part it gets the job done just fine. I played it a bit myself and found it an entertaining distraction – if you’d like to check out Non Stop Goddess for yourself, you can pick it up for Android over on Nutaku’s website.

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What do you think of Non Stop Goddess? Do you like idle games of this style or would you prefer to be more involved with the controls? 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!