Samantha Fox Strip Poker

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Samantha Fox Strip Poker
Platform(s) Commodore 64
MSX
ZX Spectrum Edit this on Wikidata
Release 1986
Genre(s) Erotic, poker
Mode(s) Single-player video game Edit this on Wikidata

Samantha Fox Strip Poker is a 1986 erotic video game developed by Software Communications and published by Martech Games. It was published on the Commodore 64, Amstrad CPC, BBC Micro, MSX, and ZX Spectrum.

Production[edit]

The game was one of the first erotic video games to include a real human being. It is part of a theme of erotic games where players complete difficult tasks and are rewarded with nudity.[1]

The video game was programmed by Wolfgang Smith, with the graphics edited by Malcolm Smith. The author of the music is Rob Hubbard , credited with the name John York. The music includes a cover of The Entertainer by Scott Joplin and The Stripper by David Rose.

Gameplay[edit]

The players plays 5-card or 7-card stud poker against British model and singer Samantha Fox . Beating her results in her taking off her clothes until she is topless.

Critical reception[edit]

ZZTap felt the music was well-suited to the style of game.[2] Commodore Format Magazine thought that the idea of anybody using the game as a way to experience titillating content was depressing due to require effort from the player.[3]

Uvejuegos thought the game was a prime example of how strange the 1980s were.[4] Spiegel placed the game within the sub-genre of early pixelated Digi-ladies of dubious beauty, along with Artworx's '"Strip Poker" (1984).[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ https://www.geek.com/samantha-fox/
  2. ^ "ZZap!64 Magazine Issue 016". 1 August 1986 – via Internet Archive. 
  3. ^ "Commodore Format Magazine Issue 41". 1 February 1994 – via Internet Archive. 
  4. ^ (CodeRed), Álvaro Morillas Correa. "Análisis de Samantha Fox Strip Poker para C64 (Pag. 1) - uVeJuegos.com". uvejuegos.com. 
  5. ^ "Gamers Corner: Sex sells". Spiegel Online. 2001-02-16. Retrieved 2018-03-24. 

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