Beat'Em and Eat'Em © 1982 Mystique.
Beat'Em & Eat'Em is an adult video game based upon an ancient ritual that has been passed down from generation-to-generation as part of the culture's oral tradition.
The object of the game is to eat'em every time he beats 'em. You score one point for each and every drop you swallow without a miss. But should you miss, shame on you. You lose one turn. After all, it could have been a famous doctor or lawyer.
You have four turns at the outset of the game. Small squares in the lower left-hand corner of the screen indicate the remaining number of turns at any point in the game.
You can earn 'bonus turns' for every '69' points you score; however, you may accumulate no more than 6 turns plus the one in play at any given time.
Beat'Em & Eat'Em consists of two game versions. Game number 1 offers the swinger types a chance at twin female computer images. Double your pleasure, and see what fun; turn the paddle-wheel knob and catch all the ---. Game number 2 is more difficult in that there is only one female computer image to do all the catching. The number of the game selected appears on the stripe at the bottom of the screen before you start the game.
When you reach 69 points, you earn a bonus turn. You receive additional bonus turns for each multiple of 69 points that you earn (138, 207, etc.). To help you celebrate this wonderful achievement, the lovely ladies dance across the screen to the tune of Pop Goes the Weasel, and the skyline glows with glee.
Programmer: Joel H. Martin