Peek-A-Boo Poker is more of the same -- some weak casino game action spliced in with some predictable 8-bit erotica. I like how they tried to turn the word "poker" into a sexual innuendo by naming a character "Pok-Er Penny." That makes a lot more sense than Double Dealing Debbie. Are they saying she's got large breasts, or she's into threesomes and/or adultery?
And finally, there's Bubble Bath Babes, which is kinda like Tetris... but with more awkwardly-shaped pieces and a nude woman sitting at the bottom of your tub. At least she wasn't modeled after any of those questionable, questionable women from the box cover.
(This also made me flashback to a game that got rampantly passed around when I was in college -- a Tetris knock-off where you had to match nude male and female "pieces" up in sexual positions. I gave up on the game because, as a Tetris and Dr. Mario aficionado, I felt the play control on Sextris was spotty at best.)
Maniac Mansion. Maniac Mansion is famous for the amount of censorship it incurred -- including, at one point, Nintendo objecting to an arcade game called "Kill Thrill" in the background of one scene, so the developers passive-aggressively changing the title to "Tuna Diver".
Here's a pre-censoring screenshot of a nude female statue from the game.
I guess this would be a good chance to address a sub-thesis of this list: Pretty much none of this NES nudity is even remotely stimulating.
Like, even if you're a 12-year-old boy with an inferno of hormones, are you really going to see this scene in Maniac Mansion, pause the game and really get to know yourself? (I'm talking about a 12-year-old boy back in 1990 when the game came out, by the way, not one today who has an unlimited supply of porn at his fingertips once he figures out his parents' Net Nanny password is either his birthday, the dog's name or the word "password.")
I'm not saying that nudity should've stayed in these censored game because it's harmless; I'm saying that it shouldn't have been included in the first place because it's pointless. (Other than, decades later, giving me fodder for an 11 Points list. Which I really do appreciate.)
The Magic of Scheherazade. These NES breasts are scary, red and look like they'd be rock hard in a bad way... but, sad to say, I've actually seen even worse breasts than these. In person. Recently. (I was at the Clermont Lounge in Atlanta last week. If you've ever been, you know exactly what I'm getting at.)
Kid Niki 3. This isn't from the game Kid Niki: Radical Ninja -- which I actually, regrettably played as a kid. It's from a Japanese sequel that, inexplicably, had a level where the background featured a chubby kid peeing on you. Makes sense that this never made it to America -- in a culture devoid of octopus porn and vending machines that sell used schoolgirl underwear, we can't simply write off "getting peed on."
Unless while it's happening someone's singing the remix to "Ignition".