Beat 'Em and Eat 'Em is a pornographic video game for the Atari 2600 video game console by Mystique in 1982. Distribution was handled by American Multiple Industries until distribution changed to Game Source. Players control two nude women; the goal is to catch sperm falling from a masturbating man on a rooftop without missing. Its gameplay has been compared to the Atari game Kaboom! by GameSpot, Allgame, IGN, and Technology Tell. It was followed by a gender-reversed version of the game called Philly Flasher. It features identical gameplay to Beat 'Em & Eat 'Em. Beat 'Em & Eat 'Em was also released in a bundle that included the game Lady in Wading.
Beat 'Em & Eat 'Em has received negative reception since its release and is an oft-cited example of pornographic Atari 2600 games, such as Destructoid founder Niero Gonzales who listed it as the second most sexual Atari 2600 game ever made. Seanbaby included it in his list of the 10 naughtiest games of all time. It holds a rarity level of 5 out of 10 according to Atari HQ's rarity scale. Luke Plunkett felt it was more harmless than other porn games for the Atari such as Custer's Revenge. It was used as part of a satire of the News International phone hacking scandal and the US' 'obscenity exception.'
Players control two nude women on the street who must catch semen in their mouths that comes from a masturbating man on a rooftop without missing. This can be accomplished merely by touching the women's bodies on the sperm before it hits the ground. A more difficult setting requires players catch the sperm before it goes past the women's shoulders. If any sperm hits the ground, the first turn is over. Players are allowed to miss four times before the game is over. They can gain a turn every 69 points scored (up to two extra turns). Players move both women using the controller's paddle. The game allows players to control only one woman. The game plays similarly to the Atari game Kaboom!.
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This version of Beat ’Em & Eat ’Em was designed for Atari 2600, which was commercially very successful video game console of second generation produced by Atari from 1977 to 1992. It was the first console that used removable memory modules with games. At the time of its greatest fame, more than 30 million units of this console were sold for about $ 200 a piece. To date, the game library for this console contains nearly 1,000 original games. More information about the
Atari 2600 can be found here.
Recommended Game Controllers:
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Available online emulators:
5 different online emulators are available for Beat ’Em & Eat ’Em. These emulators differ not only in the technology they use to emulate old games, but also in support of various game controllers, multiplayer mode, mobile phone touchscreen, emulation speed, absence or presence of embedded ads and in many other parameters. For
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