Panty Raider: From Here to Immaturity (Windows)

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A catalog of frilly underthings worn by babe-a-licious models has been delivered to the wrong address in the wrong galaxy. Discovered by three excitable aliens of the male persuasion (sorta), the catalog has only whetted their appetite for more. Now these aliens have traveled the galaxy in search of more models to photograph - and they'll destroy the earth if you (in the role of mild-mannered Nelson) don't help them to get what they want!

Use all sorts of Gadgets such as X-Ray specs, Underwear removing goop and a camera.

You need to use your charm and your credit card to get as much underwear as you can to save the planet


Panty Raider: From Here to Immaturity Windows This metal dude specialises in unwelcome interruptions.
Panty Raider: From Here to Immaturity Windows Framing with the camera.
Panty Raider: From Here to Immaturity Windows Familiarizing yourself with the three styles of underwear demanded by the aliens.
Panty Raider: From Here to Immaturity Windows Successful game completion!  The alien dudes get their underwear models.

Alternate Titles

  • "Blitzer Flitzer" -- German title

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Critic Reviews

GameZone Dec 06, 2000 4 out of 10 40
NUKE Computer Gaming 2000 37 out of 100 37
Absolute Games ( Jun 07, 2000 30 out of 100 30
Gaming Entertainment Monthly Sep, 2000 15 out of 100 15
IGN Jun 02, 2000 1.5 out of 10 15
ESC Magazine Aug 09, 2000 1 out of 10 10
Game Over Online May 31, 2000 7 out of 100 7


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Dads and Daughters, a 1-year old non-profit organization "aiming to help strengthen father-daughter bonds and fight cultural stereotypes that overemphasize beauty and body image" received press when it urged Simon & Schuster not to release Panty Raider due to its content ranging "From making fun of anorexia to objectifying girls to assuming that boys just want titillation from computer games". It picked up endorsements from other groups such as the Center for Health and Gender Equity, the Baptist Center for Ethics and the National Center for Policy Research for Women and Families. Simon & Schuster's response, in part, was that it has an 'M' rating limiting it to those 17 and older, and that "It's humor...Some people will love it, some people will not love it."
Matthew Bailey (1140) added Panty Raider: From Here to Immaturity (Windows) on Jun 18, 2000