Nutaku is back with a brand-new free-to-play game called Ketto Majiku according to a press release from the adult digital games distributor.

Ketto Majiku is a lovely little title that combines tactical RPG turn-based battles with visual novel-esque story elements into a neat little fantasy package. Players take on the role of a mage in the service of a witch who is trying to become the greatest sorcerer the land has ever seen.

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Combat in Ketto Majiku takes place on a map with a grid using tactical RPG-style combat rules.

Players will make their way through Ketto Majiku’s world by exploring a world map with entrances to different dungeons and other points of interest. Occasionally, you’ll come across a bit of story that you can read through, supplemented by well-drawn art. Nutaku games always bring the goods, and this game is no exception – some of the lovely ladies you’ll encounter might just be interested in a little lovey-dovey action with your hero. As the story progresses, you’ll be awarded items like potions and weapons that you can make use of throughout the game.

Combat takes place on a similar style of map. Players can fight in melee combat, use spells, or summon friendly creatures to help them out – provided that you have the action points to get things done. Ketto Majiku is very much a free-to-play game with all that entails – you can choose to speed things up a bit by purchasing loot boxes if that’s how you wanna roll.

If you’re down for some free-to-play tactical RPG action with a little visual novel-style storytelling on the side, then Ketto Majiku might be the right game for you. You can play it right now [NSFW, Affiliate Link] over on Nutaku for free through a modern Chrome or Safari browser.

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What do you think of Ketto Majiku? Do you like tactical RPG games similar to this or do you prefer a different style of turn-based combat? 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!