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The Amorous Escapades That Shocked America
Larry Laffer (aka Leisure Suit Larry) is the brain child of designer Al Lowe, and the personification of the sleazy little politically incorrect horn-dog lurking inside each and every one of you. Well, lurk no more...let the "little guy" loose on your computer screen in the most hilarious game series ever created.
Meet Larry: He's just turned 40, and he's still single. If you can get past the glow of his Grecian formula, you can see his hairline beginning to make a hasty retreat from his forehead. Larry's leisure suit is of the highest quality polyester. He wears at least 11 gold chains and his freshly capped teeth could blind you in a bright light. As famous for the put-downs he attracts as the pick-up lines he spouts, he's every single girl's dream...uh, make that nightmare!
Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards
The game no store wanted on its shelves. Eventually named the Best Adventure/Fantasy Role-Playing Game of 1987 by the Software Publishers Association. In 1987, America was shocked and embarrassed by Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards. The mission was simple - make sure Larry scores. It's rumored that the stock market crash of that year was caused by too many brokers taking on this mission.
Leisure Suit Larry Goes Looking for Love (in Several Wrong Places)
After the furor caused by "adult material" in the first Larry, Al Lowe cleaned up his act (somewhat). Also known as the game in which Larry started losing his hair. A plethora of pretties are clamoring for Larry's "attentions." Will wonders never cease?
Leisure Suit Larry 3: Passionate Patti in Pursuit of the Pulsating Pectorals
Lets the player experience life as both Larry and Patti, making it the first computer adventure with a sex change! Is anything more scary than a jealous woman on a frantic mission to rescue her balding boy toy from sex-crazed Amazonians?
Leisure Suit Larry 4: The Case of the Missing Floppies
There are conflicting stories about what happened to Leisure Suit Larry 4. One theory is that Al Lowe never made it, since Larry doesn't believe in "4-play." Another theory is that it is held under lock and key at Area 51. Anyway if you find it in here, make sure you call us and let us know.
Leisure Suit Larry 5: Passionate Patti Does a Little Undercover Work
Leisure Suit Larry 5 features the introduction of the "Grope 'n Click" interface, perfect for those with only one hand free. It is also the first Larry game to include the Bodily Function Keys (try F10 to start). Larry and Patti take on the Mob, the FBI and Citizens Against Nearly Everything.
This version of Leisure Suit Larry 6 includes speech. Yes, you can hear all the pathetic pick-up lines, scathing comebacks, and real-McCoy 70's mood music. When Larry gets a trial membership at a swanky health spa, it's time to Shape Up or Slip Out. Larry 6 is heaping with aerobicized, aromatic and arousing women that want to give Larry everything he deserves.
The Leisure Suit Larry Collection Series also includes:
Softporn A game that needs to be read to be believed
The Laffer Utilities Helps handle your non-productive hours more efficiently
Larry's Big Score A pinball game featuring Larry
Larry's Casino Games Slots, Blackjack & Poker
Video intervies with Al Lowe
Plus more that we can't mention here
Win95/3.1 - 486 or higher, 2x CD-ROM, 8MB RAM, 5MB free hard drive space, 256 colors, VGA, mouse, 100% Windows compatible sound cards with DAC.
MS-DOS 5.0+ - 486 or higher, 4MB RAM, 5MB free hard drive space, 256-color VGA, double speed CD-ROM drive, mouse, 100% Sound Blaster compatible sound cards with DAC.
The Evolution of Lizardum Loungeus
Times change, technologies change. Back in 1987, when Larry burst upon an unsuspecting and still reeling America, he was a megastud with his dazzling EGA smile and his four pixel leisure suit. As you play the EGA version today, you might find the graphics as dated as the word "groovy," but you should consider the games within context. This collection is an important historical retrospective, at least in Larry's mind.! As you travel back through time and technologies, please reflect on the fact that, although every single thing in the world changes, the exception to this rule is that Larry Laffer strikes out in 16-color, chunky graphics just as he does in gorgeous, state-of-the-art, 256-color aromavision.
The point is Sierra's software technology was and is a product of the times. When you play the EGA version of Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards, you might say to yourself: "No music. Bummer." But keep in mind that sound cards weren't even invented when Larry pestered his first virtual woman, so it would've been impossible to hear his offensive come-on. The Collections's older games seem dated because Sierra's commitment to bringing you the latest in computer advancements means the cutting edge of technology keeps moving forward.
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