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Bridge 6.0: Your Bid For Entertainment

Bridge 6.0: Your Bid For Entertainment

Apple IIGS - September 17, 1989

Bridge 6.0 is a computer version of the card game Bridge. The game takes advantage of the advanced graphics and sound capabilities of the Apple IIgs. This specific Bridge series was the longest continuously published bridge games for computers. It was originally coded in 1977 on one of the first "micro-computers" as a diversion from more important work at a large company in Rochester, NY. It was first released to the public as Bridge 2.0 in 1978 and when Artworx was started, it was updated to Bridge 3.0. At various times, it was available for the Apple II, TRS-80, Atari (8-bit and ST),...

Centerfold Squares

Centerfold Squares

MS-DOS - Released - 1988

An adult puzzle game. Players compete against the computer with the goal of occupying the squares covering a digitized picture of a centerfold. When you acquire a square, it disappears, revealing more of the picture. Includes a large variety of pictures, with numerous difficulty levels.

Centerfold Squares

Centerfold Squares

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1988

An adult puzzle game. Players compete against the computer with the goal of occupying the squares covering a digitized picture of a centerfold. When you acquire a square, it disappears, revealing more of the picture. Includes a large variety of pictures, with numerous difficulty levels.

Daily Double Horse Racing

Daily Double Horse Racing

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1989

Daily Double Horse Racing is a Gambling game, developed by Artworx Software Company and published by CDS Software Ltd, which was released in 1989. Daily Double Horse Racing is a gambling game for 1-4 players, where each player bets virtual money on horses, both for simple win/place/show for bets on one horse, and for two-horse bets - exacta/parlay/quinella/daily double. Players enter their bets at a bookmakers desk, with some information based from the racing tables and the manual, and when all players are done you watch the races from the side of the course. Each player starts off with...

Grailquest

Grailquest

MS-DOS - Released - 1989

A game in the world of the legendary King Arthur, but adding a few more features than your "run of the mill" adventure. This game also includes adult "situations" that add to the classic motif. During the actual quest for the search of the grail, there are sub-quests to master as well. A VERY detailed graphic adventure game that has a very high end interactive fiction storyline. This game uses a "point and shoot" interface that uses your mouse.

Strip Poker

Strip Poker

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1986

You are a male player, who wants to undress your woman opponent playing cards. In 5-card poker, you bet own money for a round and if you are lucky, then collect winnings and watch your opponent undress. Your opponent removes clothing every time she loses one hundred dollars. You must make her strip five times to win. The master disk contains two opponents, Suzi and Melissa, but you may acquire Data disks to add other opponents like Marlena, Candi, etc.

Strip Poker II

Strip Poker II

MS-DOS - Released - 1988

What can I say that isn't already implied by the title? This is a computer version of five-card draw poker featuring photos of women who wear fewer clothes the better you do, all rendered in digitized graphics. The basic game includes two models, Suzi and Melissa, but expansion disks were also available.

Strip Poker II

Strip Poker II

Apple IIGS - September 18, 1987

"Welcome to Strip Poker!" The girls shout when it finishes loading and you're brought before the main menu. Why this game is recognised as a sequel is beyond me because apart from updated graphics and sound it's the same game as the 1982 8-bit Apple II version. Even down to the simple credits: by Roger Harnish. Even both the girls are the same: Suzi and Melissa. Unlike the 1982 original the girls have been scanned and not drawn. This is going to sound a trite too critical, but neither Suzi nor Melissa aren't what you'd call classic beauties. Sure, maybe they have nice personalities that...

Strip Poker II

Strip Poker II

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1988

What can I say that isn't already implied by the title? This is a computer version of five-card draw poker featuring photos of women who wear fewer clothes the better you do, all rendered in digitized graphics. The basic game includes two models, Suzi and Melissa, but expansion disks were also available.

Strip Poker III

Strip Poker III

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1991

The 3rd edition of Strip Poker allows you to play with three girls at once. Now Master disk presents VGA photos of three new girls. Digitized speech at intro is introduced. Rules of five cards poker are not changed. During your play you can undress your woman opponent by winning all her money. Data disks contain more woman opponents.

Strip Poker III

Strip Poker III

MS-DOS - Released - 1991

The 3rd edition of Strip Poker allows you to play with three girls at once. Now Master disk presents VGA photos of three new girls. Digitized speech at intro is introduced. Rules of five cards poker are not changed. During your play you can undress your woman opponent by winning all her money. Data disks contain more woman opponents.

Strip Poker Professional

MS-DOS - Released - 1994

The 4th edition of Strip Poker is done in SVGA but with the same girls from Strip Poker III. Now you can play with three girls at once. Rules of five cards poker are not changed. Big photos of the girls are lightly detailed than in previous edition. In game you have to undress the girl by taking all her money. Girl strips five times to loose the game.

Strip Poker: A Sizzling Game of Chance

Strip Poker: A Sizzling Game of Chance

MS-DOS - Released - 1985

You are a male player, who wants to undress your woman opponent playing cards. In 5-card poker, you bet own money for a round and if you are lucky, then collect winnings and watch your opponent undress. Your opponent removes clothing every time she loses one hundred dollars. You must make her strip five times to win. The master disk contains two opponents, Suzi and Melissa, but you may acquire Data disks to add other opponents like Marlena, Candi, etc.

Strip Poker: A Sizzling Game of Chance

Strip Poker: A Sizzling Game of Chance

Commodore Plus 4 - Released - 1986

Strip Poker: Marlena & Candi

Strip Poker: Marlena & Candi

Apple II - Released - 1982

You are a male player, who wants to undress your woman opponent playing cards. In 5-card poker, you bet own money for a round and if you are lucky, then collect winnings and watch your opponent undress. Your opponent removes clothing every time she loses one hundred dollars. You must make her strip five times to win. The master disk contains two opponents, Suzi and Melissa, but you may acquire Data disks to add other opponents like Melissa and Suzi, etc.

Strip Poker: Melissa & Suzi

Strip Poker: Melissa & Suzi

Apple II - September 11, 1982

You are a male player, who wants to undress your woman opponent playing cards. In 5-card poker, you bet own money for a round and if you are lucky, then collect winnings and watch your opponent undress. Your opponent removes clothing every time she loses one hundred dollars. You must make her strip five times to win. The master disk contains two opponents, Suzi and Melissa, but you may acquire Data disks to add other opponents like Marlena, Candi, etc.

Vaults of Zurich

Vaults of Zurich

Apple II - September 13, 1983

n The Vaults of Zurich the player takes control of a master thief who attempts a very daring heist. As the title implies it all takes place in the subterranean vault system of a Swiss bank and the goal of the game is to reach the chairman's chamber on the ninth level and steal the bank's most valuable possession: the OPEC oil deeds. The player has two hours of real time to accomplish this and return to the bank lobby. The game consists of nine levels that are connected with stairs. Each level is five sectors wide and five sectors long and each sector can be either a corridor or a vault room....

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