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Leisure Suit Larry

by Thanos Posted 30th Nov 2005 at 12:04 AM
15 Comments / Replies (Who?) - 14 Feedback Posts
Test Subject
#2 Old 30th Nov 2005 at 4:16 AM
......I will say nothing......
Field Researcher
#3 Old 30th Nov 2005 at 4:25 AM
yea.. you do that :wise:

good job. i have no idea what this is, but wonderful
Test Subject
#4 Old 30th Nov 2005 at 4:32 AM
this is one for the record books....cause this is so.... kewl. i no the game(leisure suite larry) is cheezy but to do him up sims style is so ....... kewl
Test Subject
#5 Old 30th Nov 2005 at 6:41 AM
I remember stumbling across these games at a computer store about six years ago in a collector's set. Al Lowe has a web site with the music from these games (very cheesy stuff)
I give you a 9 out of 10 on the official Raymondo scale. :clapahhh . . . the centiment this stirs up)
Lab Assistant
#6 Old 30th Nov 2005 at 8:39 AM
Woohoo ~ always great to have more sim stuff based on adventure game characters!
Lab Assistant
Original Poster
#7 Old 30th Nov 2005 at 5:40 PM
i have no idea what this is, but wonderful

Leisure Suit Larry is a character from a saga of adventures games that began in 1987, in those boring days when computers had monochrome screens, sounds only from the CPU speaker and the mouse was just an animal with no relation with the computer save in "Tom & Jerry" games. But, to counter the lacking in the interface the games made a great efford in the side of the content: Leisure Suit Larry is one of the most fun games ever created, there is a joke at every corner of it, and the character is turned down in all conceivable manners, and may suffer the most funny deaths ever seen.

Let's say it this way: the Leisure Suit Larry saga is for the software gaming industry (or at least the adventure genre) what The Simpsons is for the animated shows industry.

Anyway, now that I have made a sim of him, I will make a sim story about part of one of his adventures and post it, so you can know what type of character we are talking about here

I remember stumbling across these games at a computer store about six years ago in a collector's set. Al Lowe has a web site with the music from these games (very cheesy stuff)

I hope you typed "get collector's set" in the air to add it to yout inventory!

(too much adventures games)

And this last time looking back I'll see my home, for she awaits me reaching for my soul. She calls my name, and waves me on. The fallen one, she stands in flames
Field Researcher
#8 Old 30th Nov 2005 at 7:15 PM
I love it...I had all the early DOS LLL series and often found myself still awake and playing at dawn (and having to go to work in an hour) while trying to get him out of a plane seat, or onto a window ledge, or away from Ken's inccesant babble, or whatever. Ah, the good old days, having to change 5 1/4 disks all the time to keep going. I have never been able to look at spinach dip the same way again and every time I see a slurpee I remember his 50 gallon drink, the Grotesque Gulp. Grotesque Gulps and other Larryisms have stuck in my families language...I'm going to meet my brother and sister-in-law in Lost Wages next month. We will be sure to be on the lookout for Larry. :haha:

"Outside a dog, a book is man's best friend. Inside a dog it's too dark to read" Groucho Marx
Test Subject
#9 Old 30th Nov 2005 at 9:02 PM
I have all the Leisure Suit Larry games and really, really enjoyed them back when . . . I liked that you could type in questions or comments and the game would answer you with a prepared answer . . . occasionally you would ask him to do something and the game would say "that's a situation that we really never thought of". Anyway, they were a lot of fun and they are what got me into playing computer games. Thanks for this.

Field Researcher
#10 Old 30th Nov 2005 at 10:39 PM
This would be a great townie sim to have around. :D

Lilaviel: the avid downloader

"Life Drawing: An Excuse to See Naked People"
Test Subject
#11 Old 11th Dec 2005 at 9:44 AM
As a fan of the old LSL series of games, the disco floor screenshot with the two negatives above the heads put my in a fit of laughter. thanks for that!
Test Subject
#12 Old 27th Jan 2006 at 3:03 AM Last edited by William Wetherington : 27th Jan 2006 at 3:06 AM. Reason: Typographical error
Wow, I actually have all of those games. Some old ones on floppy disks; even play them once in a while.
Field Researcher
#13 Old 20th Feb 2006 at 11:39 AM
Passionate Patti Please!!!! I have been wanting this sim 4 a long time. But as a LSL fan, I implore U please not to make his nephew simply cause Al Lowe was banned from making LSL 8:Lust in Space and had no hand in making Magna Cum Laude. On top of that, Sierra fired this fantastic creator. And as for Magna Cum Laude itself, it flat out sucks compared to the ol' series, which was funny, sexy and memorable.
Sorry for the rant, but if U played the seires as I have and then tried the new 1, you'll wanna go to EBAy and pay whatever the cost for the old sega. Cause Larry was the South Park of the game world--I kid U not. PS--I have Larry 4: the search for the missing floppies lol
Field Researcher
#14 Old 21st Mar 2006 at 4:00 PM
Well I love him & I am certain he will find a home in downtown. A brilliant bit of work

Facts are meaningless they can be used to prove anything
#15 Old 24th Mar 2006 at 6:53 AM
Im one of Leisure Suit Larry fans,,I have all of his games, thanks for sharing him with us,,,

Wanna see me whiz?
Test Subject
#16 Old 29th Jun 2006 at 12:15 PM
thanks for the retro flashback!