Samantha Fox Strip Poker is a 1986 erotic video game developed by Software Communications and published by Martech Games. It was published on the Commodore 64, Amstrad CPC, BBC Micro, MSX, and ZX Spectrum.

The game was one of the first erotic video games to include a real human being. It is part of a theme of erotic games where players complete difficult tasks and are rewarded with nudity.

The video game was programmed by Wolfgang Smith, with the graphics edited by Malcolm Smith. The author of the music is Rob Hubbard , credited with the name John York. The music includes a cover of The Entertainer by Scott Joplin and The Stripper by David Rose.

The players plays 5-card or 7-card stud poker against British model and singer Samantha Fox. Beating her results in her taking off her clothes until she is topless.

Although the music is credited to John York in the game, many years later C64 SID Legend Rob Hubbard admitted in an interview that he did it.

"Samantha Fox Strip Poker was such a cheesy title and they wanted that cheesy lame music along with it (covers of "The Entertainer" by Scott Joplin and "The Stripper" by David Rose). I didn't want to admit that I did it just for the money. John York was the first name that I thought of and used as an alias."
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