It all started in the late 1980s and early 1990s. But it wasn't nearly as sexy. Game makers began releasing titles with 3D polygons, giving shape to what was previously flat. By 1994, Namco released Tekken, one of the first fighters with 3D polygons. Yet that was nothing compared to what Namco did two years later.
The game was Dancing Eyes, an arcade puzzle title that had players explode the clothes off a schoolgirl, an elevator lady, a female tennis player, a flight attendant and a nurse, what looks like an Anna Miller's waitress, etc. It wasn't only undressing girls. Sometimes ladies were trapped in things, like a magician's assistant in a crate.