Naughty Kingdom, an adult-oriented strategy puzzle game, is now available on Nutaku according to a press release from the digital gaming distributor.

The kingdom is under threat, and the Queen of the realm has sent out her trustworthy Virgin Guard Lycia to recruit capable heroes who know how to handle a fight. Players are tasked with traveling the land and slaying the devilish monsters in a combat system that mixes turn-based battles and puzzle game mechanics.

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The puzzle portion of combat in Nutaku’s Naughty Kingdom is similar to games like 2048.

The actual battles are governed by a puzzle game that acts similar to Threes or 2048. Rather than simply trying to match up large numbers, players must swipe (or use the arrow keys) in each of the cardinal directions to combine similar tiles with a limited number of moves. Once all of your moves are used up, the highest-scoring tile will be used as the source of your attack against your opponent. Additionally, you may be able to secure bonus loot or achieve other effects depending on which of the tiles you’re able to match up correctly.

This being a Nutaku game and all, Naughty Kingdom has its fair share of sultry sorceresses and kinky knights for players to bed. In fact, the Queen has gone as far as to promise titles of nobility to victorious heroes and a harem of lovely ladies to go with it.

Naughty Kingdom is a free-to-play title so that comes with all of the trappings one might expect like loot chests and the like. If this particular adult title piques your interest, you can play it for yourself for free right now over at Nutaku [NSFW].

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What do you think of Naughty Kingdom? Do you like this particular style of puzzle game or do you prefer something with a greater degree of complexity? What other games that mix combat and puzzles do you enjoy? 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!