Leisure Suit Larry Creator Al Lowe Needs Your Help Rebooting Land of the Lounge Lizards

9

Comments

+ Add a Comment
avatar

mochong

For those of us that remember the game, this is an awesome article.

Are we going to have to answer random questions about history in order to play the game? Like the ones that my brother and I were able to figure out (without google) when we were also much too young to play.

One of the most entertaining games I ever played on the ole' Tandy 1000. I'm proud to say that my dad was one of the few who actually purchased it. Although, he kept the strategy guide well hidden if he had that.

I will surely donate to this worthy cause.

avatar

keyzs

The original game was so cool....

Just reading this article brings back so many memories about the game...

Hmmm.... try crossing the road while at it!! :-)

Cheers!!!

avatar

bingojubes

i went ahead and donated some money towards the project. if al lowe wants to kickstart a newer version of a classic, i am all for it. al lowe has had a lot of time to possibly come up with new material and ideas, and i hope this revamp makes the cut! i enjoyed playing the games back then, and it would be nice to break away from the MCL and BOB games (those were terrible!).

avatar

JohnP

Can't Larry just die a decent death? Like Duke Nuke'em, they are both geriatric cases and should be left at a home somewhere...

avatar

Scatter

I have hope for this one since Al Lowe is involved.

avatar

TheMiddleman

Your mom's calling, John. Pizza pockets must be ready.

avatar

Paul_Lilly

Blasphemy.

avatar

Thrill

I remember playing just one of the Leisure Suit Larry games in the very early 90s. In the first scene of the game, you were presented with the option to patronize a prostitute. If you did, you dropped dead of AIDS two minutes later. Even though I was barely a teenager, I knew that was stupid. How could AIDS kill you so fast, if the prostitute was still alive?

avatar

VoodooChicken

You forgot your raincoat from the Quick-E mart

Log in to MaximumPC directly or log in using Facebook

Forgot your username or password?
Click here for help.

Login with Facebook
Log in using Facebook to share comments and articles easily with your Facebook feed.