In the seventh installment of Al Lowe's favorite alter-ego, Leisure Suit Larry embarks on a sea cruise where there are more than enough beautiful women for Larry to encounter. His primary objective is to bed the most beautiful trophy on the ship: Captain Thygh. All he has to do to win her favors is to score high in the shipboard contests of bowling, cooking, horseshoes, fashion, craps and sexual prowess. If the gamer is also clever, Larry can find ways to cheat his way to the top of these events. Although the game is filled with blatant innuendo and puns (the likes of Drew Baringmore, Jamie Lee Coitus, Dewmi Moore, Nailmi and Wydoncha Jugg) there is no full frontal nudity (at least close-up) and the sexual encounters are inoffensive. This is a game with more tease than sleaze, as has always been the case with the Larry series. Backgrounds, animations, and sound have all been upgraded, as well as the interface, from icons to pop-up windows. Some may not enjoy a politically incorrect ... Written by
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The game includes mini-game named "Where's Dildo?" - a parody on the book and TV series Where's Waldo?
(1991): 32 dildos are partially hidden in the game screens, looking like the series character Wally/Waldo is dressed (red and white striped shirt, bobble hat and glasses). The player must find all 32 in order to activate the eighth Easter Egg. See more
In order to turn the right spike in the ceiling of the Sculpture Garden into an electromagnet, Larry wraps a string of chase lights around it. When Larry stands on the room floor and tests the electromagnet by using the remote control, various items are drawn to the spike. However, when Larry stands on top of the ladder and uses the remote control, the metal toolbox on the top rung is not drawn to the spike, despite the short distance. See more
[about the Narrator
I dunno, but I keep hearing him all the time.
Special Thanks To: Zippy the Inflatable Wonder Llama The World Famous Talking Bear and all the moms, dads, husbands, wives, girlfriends, boyfriends and significant others without whom this game would have been done months earlier. See more