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Leisure Suit Larry 7: Love for Sail! (1996)

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 ... See full summary »





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Cast overview:
Jan Rabson ...
Narrator / Mr. Boning / Rod / Male Ship's Announcer (voice)
Dewmi Moore / Captain Thygh / Judge Julia (voice)
Mary Kay Bergman ...
Drew Baringmore / Jamie Lee Coitus / Wydoncha Jugg / Peggy (voice)
Annette Boning - Mysterious Woman in Black / Female Ship's Announcer (voice)
Jennifer Darling ...
Victorian Principles (voice)
Kathy Levin ...
Nailmi Jugg (voice)
Julie Amato ...
Shamara Payne (voice)
S. Scott Bullock ...
Peter / Dick / Wang (voice) (as Scott Bullock)
Johnson / Judge Graham / Judge Paul (voice) (as Kevin Richardson)
Jacques / Willy / Xqwzts (voice) (as Michael Golff)


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 Anonymous

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Release Date:

31 October 1996 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Larry 7  »

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The icon interface is significantly different from the previous games in the series and most other Sierra games: instead of the multiple command icons (Walk, Look, Take/Use and Talk), there is only one all-purpose cursor in shape of unused condom (as a part of the adult context of the game), which considerably lengthens when the player passes it over an item/character which can be interacted with, or turns into an arrow pointing a direction to which the player can walk. When the cursor is in interactive mode, a left-click opens a menu of verbs (Look, Talk, Take, etc.), which can be used on the specific object. The menu also enables the player to use any of the items in the inventory on that object. Finally, the "Other" menu option allows the player to type verbs in addition to those offered by the menu, similarly to the text parser which was included in the older games before it was replaced by the icon interface. See more »


Larry recognizes Rod the balloon man as the annoying fellow whose name is Ken or derives from it (Kenny, Chief Kennywauwau, etc.), who appears in almost all Leisure Suit Larry game as an inside-joke on Ken Williams. Then he mentions their meetings in the previous games, among them "in Larry 5 you were that geek on the boardwalk!" - although Ken does not appear in Leisure Suit Larry 5: Passionate Patti Does a Little Undercover Work, neither on the boardwalk in Atlantic City nor in any part of that game. See more »


Captain Thygh: [about the Narrator] Who's that?
Larry Laffer: I dunno, but I keep hearing him all the time.
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Crazy Credits

Peggy played by Herself See more »


Spoofs E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982) See more »

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I love this game!
22 November 1999 | by (Mi) – See all my reviews

This is the latest, and sadly the last in the series ( or it looks that way). This game plays like an interactive cartoon, well actually thats what it is. Its filled with all kinds of nasty jokes, giving it the 18+ rating. The graphics are very clear and drawn well. The voice acting and sound is also very good. This game is hilarious, buy it today its only like 10$! 10/10

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