New RPG Long Lost Lust Enters Pre-Registration Phase on Nutaku

Long Lost Lust Nutaku

Developer Tender Troupe has soft-launched its newest RPG Long Lost Lust on the Nutaku website as the game enters its pre-registration phase. The game is only available in a handful of countries worldwide.

Fans interested in this new game can pre-register which will get a smoking hot baker Bethany as an early access reward once the game goes live.

Tender Troupe is already known for popular titles on the Nutaku website which include games like Kink Inc and Booty Farm. The team now continues to deliver their signature art style and promises enticing tantalizing experience for fans, just like with their older titles.

Tender Troupe has stated that one of the driving factors that motivates the team to create an amazing adult game is their community, while their goal is to ensure player satisfaction at every level of their development cycle. Long Lost Lust is a free-to-play idle combat RPG that lets players enter an epic adventure with a wide cast of diverse characters, to break the curse by the Goddess of Despair and restore the sexual appetite.

Earlier this month, a brand new Android title called Lust Academy was also launched on Nutaku, which is developed by PeachBeach Studion. The game is developed exclusively for Android mobile devices, which means you can only access it on your Android mobile to play it. This is unlike other titles on Nutaku which can be played on your browser for free, but since it is made exclusively for mobile devices, this is the only way you can experience it.

In Lust Academy, you play as an instructor that is working in the Magus Academy. This academy is filled with sorceresses that will be your students. Beat the naughty witches and bosses, train them to unveil magical sexual abilities to make them yours forever.

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