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Infocom is credited as being the first company to introduce an LGBT character in the field of video games. In Moonmist, an adventure and mystery game that was out for Amiga, Apple II, Atari 8-bit, Atari ST, DOS and Macintosh in 1986, Vivien Pentreath is the first lesbian in video games. Vivien is considered to be an eccentric artist, who is still in love with her ex-girlfriend, Deirdre.
Designer: Stu Galley
Release date(s): Release 4: September 18, 1986 & Release 9: October 22, 1986
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Video games are an interesting form of art and a vital part of our culture. People of all ages, regardless of gender, race, or sexual orientation play these games and they are having fun while being introduced to fantasy worlds.