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Games part of the Leisure Suit Larry series

The Leisure Suit Larry series is a collection of adult-themed adventure games developed by Sierra On-Line. Created by Al Lowe, the series follows the misadventures of Larry Laffer, a middle-aged, socially awkward man who is perpetually in search of love and romance.

The first game in the series, "Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards", was released in 1987. Players assume the role of Larry as he navigates various comedic situations and attempts to woo women in a fictional city called Lost Wages. The gameplay involves exploring different locations, solving puzzles, and engaging in humorous dialogue interactions.

The Leisure Suit Larry games are known for their adult humor, innuendos, and risqué themes. The series often features mature content and sexual humor, although it is typically presented in a lighthearted and comedic manner. The games utilize a point-and-click interface, allowing players to interact with the environment and characters using a cursor.
Several sequels and spin-offs followed the original game. Each installment of the series features a distinct storyline, setting, and comedic scenarios. The games often parody and satirize various aspects of pop culture, including movies, TV shows, and societal norms.

While the earlier games in the series were presented with 2D graphics and text-based interfaces, later entries introduced full-motion video and more advanced visuals. Despite the adult-oriented content, the series gained popularity for its humorous writing, challenging puzzles, and memorable characters.
In recent years, the Leisure Suit Larry series has seen remakes and re-releases, allowing new generations of players to experience the adventures of Larry Laffer. These remakes often update the graphics and gameplay mechanics while maintaining the humor and spirit of the original games.