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The inclusion of sex and nudity in video games has been a controversial topic since the early days of the industry.
X-man features the player as a nude man working through a maze toward a pink door in the center, past antagonistic crabs, teeth and scissors.Despite heavy piracy the game still sold 25,000 copies, roughly equivalent to 25% of the number of Apple II's sold at the time.In a 1981 article in Time Magazine, On-Line reported that they were making a version of the game for straight women, though this never materialized.These games originate worldwide, on most platforms and can be of any video game genre.While releases in Europe and North America have been sporadic and often unlicensed, Japan has seen the emergence of a pornographic video game subgenre—eroge, first appearing on the NEC PC-88 computer platform in the 1980s.Despite the increased sales (due to one of the first instances of video game controversy), Mystique went out of business after only releasing these three games.
A company named Playaround began distributing these games packaged in 2-in-1 "double-ender" cartridges.
This can be seen in some games with less explicit content, equal to an R or PG-13 rated movie.
1990 saw the release of the first game in the Gals Panic series.
The same company would later release the controversial Vixen, featuring another page 3 model Corinne Russell.
Also in 1986 On-line Systems (now called Sierra On-Line) asked game designer Al Lowe to create an adult game in the graphical adventure style made popular by their King's Quest series.
In 1982, Japan's Koei, founded by husband-and-wife team Yoichi and Keiko Erikawa (and later known for strategy video games), released the first erotic computer game with sexually explicit graphics, Night Life, Also in 1982, the video game company Mystique released three unlicensed games for the Atari 2600; Beat 'Em & Eat 'Em, Custer's Revenge, and Bachelor Party.