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Leisure Suit Larry Goes Looking for Love (In Several Wrong Places)

Leisure Suit Larry Goes Looking for Love (In Several Wrong Places) takes place directly after the first game, with the apple of Larry's eye (the appropriately named Eve) deciding that he isn't the man of her dreams after all. Dumped and dateless, Larry sets off to find himself a new lady friend. A lottery win sees the loveable loser's luck change near the start of the game, yet with the bloodthirsty mafia on your tail, a reversal of fortunes was always just a mouse-click away.

Leisure Suit Larry Goes Looking for Love (In Several Wrong Places) has far less nooky than other entries in the series, leading to loud complaints from sweaty-palmed nerds and perverts.

Box blurb:“On cruise ships, in laid back Los Angeles and in other exotic locations, Larry is suddenly attracting the attention of all kinds of nubile nymphettes. He's been propositioned by a bikini'd babe at the poop-deck pool, suffered the seductions of a sadomasochistic spinster, even played 'hide the onklunk' with a sexy Spanish senorita. Why is it that some of the loveliest ladies in the western hemisphere are so hot to get their hands on Larry — and why is he resisting their advances? Why is it that Larry has suddenly started looking only for Miss 'Right' (as opposed to Miss 'Right-Now') and will he find her? Find out when you play... Looking for Love (in several wrong places)."

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