Nutaku game Crystal Maidens, an RTS-esque game featuring a cast of curvy warriors, is now available to play on Android according to a press release from the digital game’s distributor.

A dark force looms over the land, and you’ve found yourself on the shore of a strange island following a disastrous shipwreck. You’re awoken by a lovely druid woman who asks for your help in defeating this evil. You’ll recruit a veritable harem of digital beauties to join you in your quest to fight battles all over the island. When the sun sets and the battles are over, you can cozy up to one of your warriors for a romantic rendezvous.

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In the Nutaku game Crystal Maidens, players move their units into one of several lanes to send them into battle against one of the enemy units on the board. Each character has their own unique strengths, weaknesses, and abilities.

Gameplay is a mix of RTS & tug-of-war elements. Maidens are deployed one at a time and moved into one of the paths on the current level. They’ll enter into combat with the first opponent they come across. Multiple maidens can be used to support one another and play to their individual strengths like damage dealing or healing. Outside of combat, you can upgrade your army warrior princesses with better skills, new equipment, and other options to enhance their power.

In other Nutaku news, time is running out to enter the contests currently running on the site for their 3rd birthday celebration. You have just under two days to enter for a chance to win free gold (which can be used to purchase games) or the much more enticing chance at winning one of three Razor gaming laptops. If you’d like to give Crystal Maidens a spin, you can grab it for Android or play it in your browser over at Nutaku [NSFW, Affiliate Link].

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What do you think of Crystal Maidens? Do you like tug-of-war style RTS games? 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!