He's got more opening lines than Henny Youngman. He's as hopelessly persistent as Disco. He's struck out more times than the Cubs. He's Leisure Suit Larry, the winningest loser in computer game history, maybe in the history of the world. And he's back in the sixth installment of Al Lowe's singles scene set-up, an epic saga of absurdity, ingenuity, and raw, unbridled rejection. As a consolation prize for his humiliating performance on a TV dating show, Larry wins two weeks at the fabulous La Costa Lotta Spa (first prize - one week!). Surrounded by nine smart, savvy, beautiful women, Larry will surely meet Ms. Right. Right? Wrong! Help Larry overcome all the odds and experience True Love. Save him from dozens of hilariously hopeless encounters. We don't care how you do it, but whatever you do, deliver this male! It's prime Leisure Suit Larry, the most laughable loveless loser to ever grace the small screen. Written by
Did You Know?
When Larry is on top of the bungee tower with Merrily, a ship can be seen down at the sea. If Larry looks at it, he says "Isn't that the Exxon Valdez?" - referring to the oil tanker which on March 24th 1989 struck a reef and spilled a large amount of crude oil into the sea, resulting in one of the most devastating human-caused environmental disasters. See more
In the men's shower room, sometimes there are one or two naked men whose backs are turned to Larry. Clicking the zipper icon on the left man gives the message "You're going to have to wait until you're playing the role of Passionate Patti to do that!" - although Patti does not appear in this game. See more
[whenever Larry performs an action which scores less than 10 points
[moans with pleasure
Al Lowe plays Selmer Mark VI saxophones exclusively. See more
Referenced in Torin's Passage