By Crystal Colwell / July 29th, 2016
We recently reported that Nutaku was launching an adult version of Steam. Now they are launching a $2 million Adult Gaming Investment Fund stating “We’ve built the store. Now you need to build the games.”
We’ve built the store. Now you need to build the games.
Nutaku has spent the last year becoming the largest dedicated English-language adult gaming website in the world. This rapid growth has attracted favorable attention from fans and corporate partners alike, and we are happy to announce that Nutaku has received a major investment from an outside partner which will allow us to take our project to the next level.
An adult gaming portal is only as good as the titles that fill its library. We’ve brought over a host of excellent online games from Japan and provided a platform for extraordinarily entertaining new releases from indie western developers, but to achieve the full potential of our site and satiate the demand of content-hungry fans, we need to take ambitious steps to ensure that developers with promising ideas have the resources to bring their games to market.
Therefore, Nutaku will be taking a significant portion of its capital and reinvesting it in the adult game development scene. We are now actively soliciting proposals from development studios who are working on adult projects or considering including adult content in their current titles. Whether downloadable or online games, established studios or one-man outfits with a promising demo, we’d like to hear from you.
We’re not just sitting idle and waiting for developers to come to us. Nutaku is actively growing its sales team by hiring agents and consultants on a commission basis to help us reach out to adult game developers. Individuals who aren’t actively working on games but remain involved in the tight-knit world of development can make a substantial sum just by introducing us to projects that are suitable for to our platforms.
Ultimately, Nutaku aims to inject $2 million USD into adult games development in the next year. While that’s not much by the standards of AAA titles, we’re already in contact with talented developers who are funding projects through Patreon or other nontraditional means, and we’re confident that this infusion of capital can be used to bring the quality of upcoming games to a level where players will be clamoring to play them.
If you have a promising demo, a solid game portfolio, or an already-successful title that was forced to cut content due to censorship, contact us at email@example.com. We’re looking forward to hearing from you!
All the best,
The Nutaku Team