Mystique was the name of a company that produced a number of pornographic video games for the Atari 2600, such as Beat 'Em & Eat 'Em, Bachelor Party and Custer's Revenge. It was one of several video game companies that tried to use sex to sell its games. Mystique was an offshoot of Caballero Control Corporation, who produced pornographic films, and American Multiple Industries. The company's games were sold under the "Swedish Erotica" banner, although they were programmed in the United States, and manufactured in Hong Kong.
According to industry watchers and critics, Mystique's game designs were generally simple, with crude graphics and unexceptional gameplay.
Mystique went out of business during the video game crash of 1983. The rights to Mystique's games were sold to the Playaround spin-off company, which continued the pornographic game line.