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Game #2381
Teenage Queen  
Strategy   Card

Rating: 7.5 (90 votes)

Teenage Queen box cover

Teenage Queen screenshot
Most likely the worst game from quirky French developer ERE Informatique (which later became Cryo Interactive), Teenage Queen is a strip poker-- nothing more, nothing less. But ERE games are nothing if not unique, and Teenage Queen is no exception. What sets Teenage Queen apart from other strip poker games is the beautiful graphics, which uses airbrush to great effect (see the screenshot above, from Amiga version). The game also is notable for having no cards lower than the value of 10, and this makes a typical game go much faster than a normal strip poker (I'm sure most of you will like this fact [EG]) The PC version, being 16-color EGA only, unfortunately loses much of the graphics appeal.. that airbrush effect doesn't show up very well at all. Still, ERE's unique graphics touch is evident, and the girls' provocative poses may --ahem-- keep you playing for just a few minutes longer each time. Overall, one of the most graphically unique strip poker games ever made-- unfortunately, it's still strip poker. Anyone who abhors the thought of playing (almost) mindless card game just to see some girl strip her lingerie off should look the other way.

Reviewed by: Underdogs
Designer: Unknown
Developer: ERE Informatique
Publisher: ERE Informatique
Year: 1988
Software Copyright: ERE Informatique
None that we know of
System Requirements: DOS
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If you like this game, try: Tenshindo, Tales of The Float Land

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