¿Existe algún juego reciente con la misma mecánica?
Pare refrescar la memoria, unas imágenes:
Básicamente me gustaría volver a jugar a algo así, pero sin esas imágenes tan pixeladas y, bueno, desfasadas. Tal vez alguna versión no oficial o algo para PC donde incluso pudieran personalizarse las fotos (algo así como una carpeta "pics" donde meter fotos que te gustaría destapar)...
Fantasia, Fantasia II and New Fantasia series by Comad and New Japan System, similar in gameplay with Gals Panic 1 but adding extra gameplay elements and music and graphics copied illegally from other games and commercial songs. Perestroika Girls, using grayscale images on 8-bit hardware. Miss World '96 (both clothed and nude versions), a clone of the first Gals Panic that gives the player a choice of 5 models from North America, South America, Asia, Africa and Europe. The "alternate models" are replaced with pictures from various horror films and Japanese demons/folklore. The enemy and boss graphics are different as well, but are essentially the same as the enemies and bosses from the first game. Unlike Gals Panic, this clone allowed you to move diagonally. A male version of this game is also available (known as Mister World '96). Fantasy '95, also a clone of Gals Panic. Uses the same hardware/sound as Miss World '96, and could possibly be a clone of the game (or the other way around.) The player is allowed to choose which person they want to play as, and RoboCop is one of the selectable characters. Paradise (arcade game), using 8-bit hardware and using music ripped off from the Lemmings games. Lady Killer and Party Time: Gonta the Diver II, where the board to expose is made from flippable tiles and is populated by enemies making for a very action paced gameplay. Blue Angel 69 or Sexy Droids, an Amiga-era game which used hand-drawn cyborg girls as models. Gal Pani X, which features elaborate bullet routines and enemies found in scrolling shooter, girls from Leaf/Aquaplus video games (mostly from ToHeart), and variety of stage goals beside uncovering silhouettes. Dancing Eyes, which exposes 3D-modelled girls. Several other puzzle or board games involve partially exposing a naked girl's picture or drawing as a reward.