As soon as developers were able to put animated pixels on a screen, they were trying to make those pixels do rude things. However, you have to imagine that there was at least one meeting where Mystique's developers debated whether you should, instead, play as the 'Beater' of Beat Em and Eat Em; a character who doesn't appear to be more than a head, torso, arms and a penis far larger than any other part of his uncovered half-body. For example, if you like armpits, it's pretty easy to figure out where her armpits are and draw out the area around them. Honestly, I think all video games really struggle with the, uh, physicality of sex — whether the penis is alien or not. There are merits to nudity in video games as it is an evolving medium. When you find a customer, the game switches to an action sequence of you riding his throbbing Dune Buggy in his unfurnished apartment.
Regardless of those quandaries most of these games are essentially copycats of puzzle games.
In Burning Desireyou play the role of a naked air rescue worker swooping in to save a woman from cannibals. You won't mind losing, though; since controlling the stroking of someone's Bobsled in and out of your Forklift isn't much of a reward. While the screenshots you earn in Bubble Bath Babes are easier to masturbate to than any of the bonus screens the original Tetris gave you, they're still not that sexy. I guess nothing else gets you into the mind of a character quite like slowly moving your hand across a couple of knobs and quietly standing under some falling water for a few seconds. However, the American Indian he's sexually assaulting sort of looks like a cocktail wienie on a toothpick. There's nothing shameful about nakedness, and playing as these video game characters will give you a chance to let it all hang out with pride.