Play strip poker with two beautiful opponents, Suzi or Melissa! Ok, although its great digitized graphics, the game plays a rather weak game of poker and you only get two opponents to play against. Some found it repulsive, some found it tedious. It's impressive though for its...picture quality back to the days! Note that the MS-DOS version can be played only using the keyboard and no mouse is supported, which is rather awkward (the Apple IIGS, Amiga and St version play with mouse only.
The game must not confuse with the other strip poker game called Strip Poker 2 released by Anco. Note that Artworx was a Naples, Florida software company that has been producing computer games since 1982, primarily specializing in poker and other card games.
The MS-DOS version runs on either EGA or CGA mode and offers great full digitized pictures using 16 color and 4 colors respectively (unfortunately no VGA graphics supported). Notice that, even the 4-color CGA graphics look pretty cool here!
As far as the sound, things here are rather poor; the game is almost soundless having only a few blips when...clicking (which is normal for its time, as no AdLib sound hardware was released yet)!