Nutaku is back with a pretty fun hybrid beat ’em up/RPG called Panties of Rage according to a press release from the adult-oriented digital game distributor.

Panties of Rage transports a pair of unlucky girls into the magical world of Sexpilion. (Subtle, I know.) The evil villain Mr. Mummy has ravaged the land with a horde of zombies intent on chomping on anything that moves. You’ll have to use your sweet schoolgirl beat ’em up skills to kick zombie butt and save the world from this menace.

Gameplay takes place in simple levels in either Egyptian, Roman, or Western themes. Much like other beat ’em ups, it’s essential for you to make use of combination attacks to take on some of the tougher enemies throughout the course of the game. Players can swap between the game’s two characters simply by pressing Tab, and both solo & group events are available for more dedicated players.



As a Nutaku title, Panties of Rage is guaranteed to feature some spicy adult entertainment if that’s your kind of thing. This particular game is a free-to-play title with an energy meter, so keep that in mind when you decide to play it. You’ll hit a point where you run out of energy and you’ll have to wait for it to recharge or kick the developers and platform a bit of cash to keep going. Characters can be upgraded through normal gameplay or through the purchase of special panties with currency.

The game didn’t run particularly well for me in Chrome, but it was smooth as silk in Firefox. That could be due to the dozens of tabs or boatload of extensions I have running at any one time, though. If it chugs a bit once you get in, try running it on another browser.

If Panties of Rage seems like your kinda jam, you can play it for free on Nutaku right now [NSFW].

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What do you think of Panties of Rage? Do you like the art style or would you have preferred something a little more realistic? 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!