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Custer's Revenge was one of the most infamous "X-rated" games of the early '80s. This controversial, adult-oriented game from Mystique went down in history as one of the first video games that "simulated" human copulation (and in a demeaning and disturbing manner, no less).
The controversy arose not only because Custer's Revenge was a sexually-explicit game, but also from the game's storyline, which involves a naked General Custer and a Native American woman (also naked) tied to a post. Although Mystique denied that the object of the game was to rape the woman, it was not surprising that the National Organization of Women and the American Indian Community House protested the game's release.
In Custer's Revenge, the goal is to guide Custer across the screen while avoiding the arrows that are dropping from the sky. Once you reach the woman, you must rapidly press the joystick button in order to "score" (quoted from the instruction manual).
The game offers one variation, which adds cacti to Custer's path. ~ All Game Guide