Custer’s Revenge (also known as The White Man Came) is a little known video game that was released in 1982. You played as General Armstrong Custer, the historical figure who led the U.S. cavalry and met a rather comedic end at Little Big Horn. The game itself was fairly simple: you had to brave deadly arrows and badly pixilated graphics in order to get your character to the other side of the screen, whereupon you sexually assaulted a captive Native American woman.
We’re not kidding. That was the actual objective of the game.
This wasn’t some bad flash game put together by a fifteen-year-old in his parent’s basement. It was made by Mystique (a now-defunct video game company) and released for the Atari 2600. The fact that you were committing sex crimes apparently just slipped by the marketing department, though they did remember to add ‘Not Suitable for Minors’ to the front of the box. ‘Will prompt a massive face palm’ was somehow left back on the cutting room floor.