Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards: Reloaded
It’s not just the funniest game you’ve ever played……it’s also the most infamous video game of all time!Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards was first released by Sierra On-Line in 1987 and be-came an international phenomenon. The lovable loser Larry Laffer -- a 40-year-old virgin in pursuit of losing his vir….
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Release Date: Jun 27, 2013

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“This is a worthy remake that improves upon the original in every conceivable fashion.”
–Nikola Suprak, Hardcore Gamer
Review score: 4 out of 5

“Prepare yourself for something very unique and wholly unforgettable.”
–Mark Smith, Game Chronicles
Review score: 4 out of 5

“Just as filthy, funny, and heartwarming as it ever was."
–Suzanne Keller, Slide to Play
Review score: 4 out of 4

“You might find Leisure Suit Larry: Reloaded the funniest thing you've ever seen and certainly a bit risque.”
–Karl Burnett, TouchArcade
Review score: 4 out of 5

“Larry’s back (in more ways than one) and arguably better than ever.”
–Rob Rich, 148Apps
Review score: 4 out of 5

“This is indeed Larry 1 at its best.”
–Richard Cobbett, Rock, Paper, Shotgun

About This Game

It’s not just the funniest game you’ve ever played……it’s also the most infamous video game of all time!Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards was first released by Sierra On-Line in 1987 and be-came an international phenomenon. The lovable loser Larry Laffer -- a 40-year-old virgin in pursuit of losing his vir….um, finding true love -- and risqué humor were unlike anything anyone had ever seen or played.

Now Larry’s original creator, the world-famous game designer Al Lowe, has teamed up with Sierra Vet-eran Josh Mandel, to bring this amazing, perverted game back to life – updated and expanded in every way imaginable! All we kept from the original game is the plot. EVERYTHING else is fresh and new including:

  • Incredibly lush new high-res graphics! Explore all the seedy sights and sounds of Lost Wages, where fortunes and reputations go to die!
  • A brand new musical score by Grammy-nominated and BAFTA Award-winning composer Austin Wintory! Fresh from completing the musical score to Journey (available for download on the PS3), Austin composed the best music Leisure Suit Larry has ever heard!
  • Everything in the game was rebuilt from the ground up, including all hand-painted backgrounds, characters, and state-of-the-art 2D animation!
  • Thousands of hilarious new lines, gags, jokes, and dialogues, written by Al’s old Sierra partner, Josh Mandel (aka the voice of King Graham from King’s Quest)!
  • New characters, new locations, new puzzles, and a major new love interest for Larry!

What’s more, Leisure Suit Larry: Reloaded is the first major game to be released with
funding by Kick-starter! Over 14,000 fans chipped in to bring Larry back to life!
Will Larry find true love? Will Lost Wages ever be the same? And will YOU want to play
any other come-dy adventure once you’ve played Leisure Suit Larry: Reloaded?
There’s only one way to find out!

System Requirements

Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    • OS:PC - Win 7, Vista and XP
    • Processor:1.8 or 2.5 Ghz
    • Memory:2 GB RAM
    • Graphics:Direct X 9.0c or Direct X 9.0c compatible video card with 256 MB RAM
    • DirectX®:9.0c
    • Hard Drive:4 GB HD space
    • Memory:4 GB RAM
    • OS:Mac OS X or Better
    • Processor:Intel 1.8Ghz or higher
    • Memory:4 GB RAM
    • Hard Drive:4 GB HD space
    • OS: Ubuntu 12.04 or greater
    • Processor:Intel 1.8Ghz or higher
    • Memory:4 GB RAM
    • Hard Drive:4 GB HD space
    • Graphics:OpenGL compatible graphics card
Helpful customer reviews
17 of 17 people (100%) found this review helpful
5.6 hrs on record
Posted: April 27
This is going to feel like an editorial from a morally narrow, somewhat straightlaced lady, not a review....
Consider yourself warned.

I never thought I would own this game. Never, ever, ever. Then it was suprise gifted to me by a sweet friend and it was in my library. It sat there. For all my concerns about this game actually dirtying my library, the thought to delete it or hide it never occurred to me. Then I decided. I am the Pointnclickster. I have to play this. Like it or not, this is a big part of gaming history. So one night-one late late late night- I got loaded on caffeine and chocolate and decided to try it out. The results, for me, were very suprising.

(Bless you if you are still reading) It was fun. It was actually very fun, and extremely funny. I really tried to take the high road in this game, but it really doesn't exist. I'm getting ahead of myself. First of all, I love the look of this game. The bright colors and the cartoony world really spoke to me in a way that said that for all of its low humor, it was just a fun game for adults. Yeah, men probably get a lot more out of it, but I had a lot of fun too. The narrarator is just hilarious. His incites about the world that Larry has been dropped into and Larry himself are hilarious. Seriously, I loved the dialogue in this game. It may be low brow but it fits.

Do I even have to go into what this game is about? Well, apparently getting laid in a parody of Las Vegas isn't always that easy. Watching Larry try and find love (thats what I am choosing to call it) is hilarious. He tries so hard, and it usually ends so badly.

Now the puzzles can be a bit of a pain. This game calls for exploration and really immersing yourself in this world. Sometimes I was just at a loss at how to advance, and it made the game feel tedious. I hated the fact that you constanly have to watch your wallet and take time to gamble in order to continue in the game. I love minigames but the need to constanly play black jack felt like filler.

Apart from the snarky dialogue, the other things I really loved were all the different achievements that you can get. You can do a lot in this game, and while it is possible to do it all in one sitting, one would probably have to play it more than once or load a save file. I also liked the fact that even though Larry can die in multiple ways, they are really funny, and it doesn't set you back.

For all of its low brow humor and sexual innuendo, it is very quick to remind the player that it is just a game. As morally narrow as I am, I really enjoyed this game. To say the least, it broadened my horizons. This is a fun game for adults to enjoy after midnight.

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10 of 10 people (100%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
6.1 hrs on record
Posted: February 21
It's like a college sex comedy aimed at 40 year olds (don't worry you youngsters can also enjoy it)

Leisure Suit Larry is an excellent point-and-click adventure game from one of the original veterans who started the whole craze to begin with (Al Lowe).


The game focuses on Larry Laffer, in his eponymous leisure suit, a 40 something year old virgin who is visitng the city of Lost Wages to find "true love" (or at least a one night stand). This is your goal, and it remains constant throughout the game. The world and story are ripe with colorful commentary, self deprecating humor, and loads of adult humor that bears an air of sophistication slightly above your run of the mill flatulent anecdote. While you control Larry through the adventure, he is actually only half of the ever present characters, the other being the deliciously sardonic and condescending narrator who finds no shortage of ways to put you down, even when you are doing well.


A far cry from the original EGA graphics of it's originator, the graphics manage to successfully capture the cartoonish nature of the world in which Larry inhabits. While nothing is groundbreaking, and the animation loops are very noticeable, you'll never be left wondering what it is you are looking at or feel the need to desperately click on every tiny pixel hoping it's something you missed.


While there's no music to speak of beyond a title screen, the ambience of the environments is rather basic and simple enough to convey the intended atmosphere. The voice acting ranges from excellent to subpar, the voices of Larry and the Narrator are done very well and you will rarely tire of hearing them (which is a good thing, they compromise 90% of the game's dialogue), the other characters however bring no real presence to their voices and feels like the casting call stayed within the offices if you catch my meaning.


True blue classic point and click magic! You are presented with a variety of interactions you can perform including looking, touching, sniffing/licking, exposing (unzipping your trousers), talking, walking, and using whatever object from your inventory you had selected. The game is ripe with entertaining and colorful commentary which often makes the quickest path not always the preferable one as hearing the narration on the variety of actions you can perfom is half the fun.

In addition to standard point-and-click fare, the game uses money as a commodity, and you will need quite a bit to solve certain puzzles, buy certain items, and to transition between areas as each requires a cab ride. You can pad your income by playing slot machines or blackjack machines, or if you completely run out of money a friendly bum spots you a $10. These games are entirely luck driven but nothing discourages you from save scumming your way through it and simply reloading until you win enough to not have to worry about it anymore.

One blessing is that unlike some point and click games of yesteryear, this game is devoid of any dead ends or no win scenarios, you may get stuck for awhile, but no puzzle will ever force you to have to start over.


For anyone who has played a point and click adventure game before, they will feel right at home, even without the short tutorial gives you all you need to know about how to play the game. For beginners to the genre the game could prove to be a bit more challenging and lengthy but for veterans you can expect to breeze through. The game isn't very long, and the puzzles tend to be on the easy side once you have the proper equipment at least. On average the game should last you about 5 - 10 hours depending on how stumped certain puzzles make you.


If you enjoy adult risque humor that possesses a bit of wit and point and click adventure games I can see no reason not to play this game. It is short but is packed with entertainment and humor. If nothing else at least pick it up on sale!
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7 of 9 people (78%) found this review helpful
5.9 hrs on record
Posted: November 8, 2015
LSL LotLL:R (What an abbreviation!) is a remake of the classic adventure game by the same name. The graphics, the voices (Which the original had none), the music and pretty much everything else has been upgraded. Every clickable point has full narration. The game is fun and humorous. I recommend you buy this game if you've played the original. Even if you never played LSL at all I still recommend this game as it's the first in the series so you don't need to be caught up to understand the story.

I really can't say enough nice things about this game. The only minor complaint is that I did experience a few crashes, but then again it might just be windows 10 so whatever.

10/10 Would play again.
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9 of 13 people (69%) found this review helpful
5.0 hrs on record
Posted: November 27, 2015
Let me start this review out by saying I absolutely LOVE this game. If you have a dirty sense of humor, you'll love it too. It's a point and click, with a few women you can interact with, but there is nothing like a nudity sex scene or anything crazy. It's humorous, punny, and dirty. The narrator is fantastic, and reminds me of the wit from the stanley parable. I have not played the original, but I love this game. There are a few moments where you might get stuck, I did and used a walkthrough, but it wasn't too hard. ALSO, if you don't usually have patience in games, I wouldn't get this. To really immerse yourself in the story and the humor, you have to click on A LOT of stuff. I have never played a point and click with this much dialogue on random items and scenery. I liked it, but if you are bothered by that sort of thing it might ruin it for you. Overall I thought this was a fantastic game. I would get it, definately.
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65 of 74 people (88%) found this review helpful
5 people found this review funny
12.4 hrs on record
Posted: November 25, 2013
I bought this originally because I watched Danny Sexbang, and Ross play this during their PC focused version of Game Grumps, Steam Train. It was the early 90's remake, but obviously this isn't that version (which you can pick up on GOG by the by if you're interested).

It's a short but enjoyable game. There are no dead ends in this game, but you can die, although it's relativly cheap, but funny.

The funniest moments in this game are when you just use certain things on other things. For example, use the zipper icon on ANYTHING you can find. It will draw hilarious lines from the also very funny Narrator.

However there is some negative here and there. For starters, this game loves to let you know that it got Kickstarted, Alot.
Also the humor can be hollow at some points (I'm looking at you Comedian at the Casino, you're not funny.) The game also adds some things that feel kinda unnecesary and pads it out.

Reguardless, if you want a funny remake that knows the best kind of humor is juvenile, then I'd grab it.

Otherwise I would just go play the original, or something else.
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