Fake Lay, sexy clicker game released on Nutaku
MONTREAL – October 5, 2017 – Today, Endless Fun studio has announced the debut of their free-to-play sexy clicker titled Fake Lay on Nutaku. The high-quality and engaging dating sim, available as a browser experience, takes gamers through a masterful plot of seduction, deception and eroticism. Throughout the experience, users can enjoy taking nudes of the girls they seduce, filming some smoking hot scenes and using these skills to make big money in the real world while becoming a master of disguise and sex. Not bad for a night driving a taxi, right?
About Fake Lay:
With the goals of being the kinkiest clicker and dating sim in existence, this freemium title does not disappoint. Throughout the clicker experience, gamers can live out their wildest fantasies played through the eyes of a very lucky guy who inherited a cab and uses it to become an erotic kingmaker. Players can disguise themselves as a cab driver, film director, masseur and any job that can get them to their end goal of getting laid and getting paid. Fake Lay will have players gearing towards one task: getting the array of sexy ladies undressed to please you in front of the hidden cameras. Drive carefully.
⦁ Free-to-play browser title
⦁ Disguise is key to faking your way to the perfect lay; Seduction is key to the girls’ hearts and pants
⦁ The language you choose impacts the level of horniness
⦁ Train your disguise skills to make it to the top as a self-made Casanova
⦁ Film girls to make money off the art
Nutaku.net is an online gaming portal featuring 18+ games from around the world. Created in 2014, the site debuted by distributing Japanese browser games and now includes a vibrant community, weekly contests, and seasonal game deals. Boasting over 25 million visitors per month, Nutaku is the largest English website in the world dedicated to 18+ games. In addition, Nutaku recently launched Kimochi Red Light, a non-profit crowdfunding platform exclusively dedicated to 18+ games where developers get to keep 100% of the campaign money raised outside of payment processing fees.