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User Reviews

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Our Users Say

Platform Votes Score
Amiga 7 3.4
Apple II Awaiting 5 votes...
Atari 8-bit 5 3.6
Atari ST 5 4.1
Commodore 16, Plus/4 Awaiting 5 votes...
Commodore 64 9 3.0
DOS 8 3.1
Combined User Score 34 3.4

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Atari 8-bitMicro 7 (Mar, 1984)
Jeu indispensable pour des soirées entre amis(es). Le graphisme est très soigné et votre adversaire, en plus d'une superbe plastique, possède un solide sens de l'humour. A noter, chère lectrice, qu'une version permet de déshabiller des hommes.
AmigaTilt (Jun, 1987)
Un poker coquin qui ne se prend pas au sérieux. L'Amiga incarne deux joueuses de poker aux jeux et aux physiques très différents. Elles sont toujours disponibles et désireuses de parier jusqu'à leurs chemises pour vous battre. Le niveau de jeu est honorable, mais les graphismes sont décevants, c'est dommage.
Commodore 64The Video Game Critic (May 23, 2017)
For most people Strip Poker is a novelty item with little replay value, but card players can probably bump up the grade by a letter. It may not be as exciting as it once was, but If you prefer your ladies old-fashioned, modest, and heavily pixelated, this game is for you. Okay, maybe not so modest.
Commodore 16, Plus/4Computer Gamer (Feb, 1987)
There are five digitised images for each young lady and the best way to describe them is to imagine Page 3 of the Sun - smudged!They are about as erotic as a wet weekend in Sheffield, although the fact that I was sitting there dressed in hat, overcoat, scarf, gloves and half a dozen jumpers just in case I lost could have had something to do with it! Seriously though, if you must get your jollies this way, go and buy a copy of Playboy. The women are still plastic but at least you can see exactly what it is you're missing.
Commodore 16, Plus/4ASM (Aktueller Software Markt) (Feb, 1987)
Fazit: Für den stolzen Preis von 27 DM hätte man mehr von Anco erwarten können, denn der Plus4 kann weitaus mehr bieten, als dieses Programm zeigt. Die äußerst schlechte Grafik setzt die Spielmotivation auf 1, wobei auch die Tatsache, daß man zwischen zwei Gegnerinnen wählen kann, dieses Programm nicht mehr aufwertet. Schade für alle Plus4- und C16-Fans, die auch mal ein „etwas anderes Spiel“ haben wollten.