Attack On Moe-H, 18+ RPG Clicker Pre-Registration Is Open
Attack on Moe-H
(Last Updated On: May 18, 2017)

A game about giant moe attacking the Pixel Kingdom? Well, that’s original. Nutaku announced that their game about giant, cute, titan girls attacking the Pixel Kingdom is currently open for pre-registration, allowing gamers to get in on the action with some bonuses before the game actually launches.

According to the press release, this is a hentai version of Attack on Moe, where players will not only have to capture giant titan girls, but you’ll have to keep them satiated by seducing and pleasuring them as well.

Attack On Moe-H is an RPG clicker where players will have to recruit their team and create artifacts to power them up in order to defeat the giant titans.

The game features an offline mode, an online mode, interactive h-scenes, and fully animated quick-time battles and sex scenes for players to experience. It’s a bit more forward about keeping gamers engaged than some of the other H-games out there where there are just CG images to unlock or a looping animation involving the girls. In this case, there’s more required… participation from the player.

There’s even a petting mini-game present in the title, something that was removed from Fire Emblem Fates because SJWs thought that Westerners are too big and strong to pet their waifus and husbandos on the head.

Anyway, as you defeat and seduce the moe titans you eventually unlock their profiles in the moe-pedia, where you’ll see the different types of moe titans featured in Attack on Moe-H.

If you want to pre-register for the game you can do so by visiting the pre-registration page.

It’s pretty simple, you just log into the Nutaku service with your info and you’ll receive bonuses when the full version of Attack on Moe-H finally launches.

Despite offering interactive H-scenes, Attack on Moe-H actually has fairly low system requirements, since you can play it from out of a browser, so long as you have at least Windows 7, IE 11 or Google Chrome 56 or higher, or Safari 8 or higher.

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  • Joe331

    I dunno the deal you have with Nutaku, but those kind of links doesn’t help at all with the article and kinda annoying. People can visit it but get no info whatsoever about the game, you waste ppl’s time like that. Better to link to Nutaku’s game page (which also has pre-registration links in it), such as . If ppl like what they see there, they can pre-register using the link there. This is the appropriate steps. Your article barely have any image of the game, people can’t decide to pre-register based on your texts alone. I had to google “nutaku attack on moe h” manually coz you don’t provide appropriate link. Ditch that useless link n start putting useful link pls.

    • I agree that there could be more images and proper links directly to the pages, but the problem is that including them in the actual article could get us flagged by Google (it’s happened a couple of times before regarding nude mods and an article about Dead or Alive Xtreme 3 DLC).

      All the images of Attack on Moe-H are pretty NSFW, and the direct store page link has huge NSFW banners. You’re not allowed to link directly to 18+ content unless there’s an age gate, and you can’t show those kind of images on the web page unless there’s an age gate to the page. So sadly, we have to only do the bare minimum when reporting on 18+ games to avoid being de-indexed or having our ads pulled.

      • Alistair

        What the beef with google then, it like they kings of the internet, internet bosses or something.

        Google doesn’t own the whole wide wide. It was a Brit that invented the WWW. nutaku is on Google search engine same with porn.

        It either google owns ONE ANGRY GAMER and your master or google is a big fat bully and a hypocrite.

        The same goes for bling as it too knows about naughty nutaku.

        • “Rules for thee but not for me.”

          It’s bullcrap, I agree. But it’s not like you can fight against a search engine and win, especially if you’re a small niche site.

          It’s important to pick your battles, and for the most part I wouldn’t risk the site over news articles about Nutaku games.