The Nutaku Desktop Client has been launched according to a press release from the adult-oriented digital game distributor.
Nutaku is a website that focuses on delivering adult-oriented games to its customer base. While other services do indeed exist, Nutaku is certainly respectably large in its own right. The company boasts 20 million registered users and continues to grow.
One of their more recent projects is the Nutaku Desktop Client. After a short period of closed alpha testing, the Nutaku Desktop Client is now available in a public beta.
The Nutaku Desktop Client offers many of the features of the website in a neater package right on your computer. The Home tab shows you many of the same categories that are on the website including titles with active events, top-ranking free games, and the newest games on the platform. The Games tab shows a limited selection of free-to-play and paid titles which can be expanded into a fuller list of offerings. Finally, the My Games Library tab shows you free-to-play games that you’ve already played as well as any downloadable titles you’ve purchased.
Players are also able to purchase additional Nutaku Gold (the site’s premium currency) or contact support via the Nutaku Desktop Client. Of course, the client also allows you to play games directly within the application.
It makes for a neat beta, but that’s not to say that there aren’t a few issues. Starting the client up will initiate a check for updates – not all that uncommon with similar programs – but you’ll have to manually launch the client after the check is complete. There does not yet appear to be an option to minimize to the tray and there is a lack of an ability to change settings. Perhaps one of the most unfortunate issues is the inability to utilize full-screen functionality with games that have that capability.
I imagine things are likely to improve as development progresses. For now, the Nutaku Desktop Client seems to be working well enough. If you would like to give it a spin, you can download it for free [NSFW] on the company’s website for Windows PCs.
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