Miss World '96 Nude (Arcade) review
"What might have seemed like a generic clone of a puzzle game is revealed to be an unforgettable night of explicit content – the wrong kind of explicit content."
A pack of bikini-clad female types leer at you suggestively from the title screen, silently teasing you to unload that sticky quarter of yours into the coin box’s narrow slit.
“Let’s play,” they coo upon accepting George Washington’s metallic head; only too happy to oblige, you eagerly select the region of the globe where you will, as the game promises, “MEET MANY HOT BEAUTIFUL GIRL.”
Barely able to control your burgeoning excitement, you settle on one of the available lovelies and prepare yourself for the forthcoming titillation!
But what’s this? There aren’t any girls (let alone hot beautiful ones) to be found here, merely a glowing silhouette set against a plain background! That’s right, Miss World ’96 Nude is in fact a blatant rip-off of the deathless coin-op “classic” Qix – for those of you furrowing your brow in puzzlement, this means that you're supposed to reveal bits and pieces of the photo. How? By cutting out sections of the screen using a cursor that resembles an unusually randy Pac-Man. Simply depart from the edge of the screen with a glowing lifeline trailing behind you and head for another edge, the enclosed space filling in to reveal the hopefully naughty bits laying beneath. Chomping down at least 80% of the silhouette will complete the level and let you see everything – but make sure you avoid putting your mouth on something big and hairy . . .
Staff review by Sho (July 12, 2004)
Sho enjoys classic video games, black comedy, and poking people until they explode -- figuratively or otherwise. He also writes a bit.
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