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Leisure Suit Larry: Collection Series (Windows)

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Leisure Suit Larry Collection Series is, as the name implies, a collection of all Leisure Suit Larry games from 1 to 6 (with the exception of Leisure Suit Larry 4: The Case of the Missing Floppies, which never came out because "Larry doesn't believe in 4-play").

The collection comes on two discs, where the first contains DOS versions of the following games: The second disc contains a Windows-based version of Leisure Suit Larry 6: Shape Up or Slip Out featuring a revised interface and speech.


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Alternate Titles

  • "Leisure Suit Larry 1·2·3·5·6: Collector's Edition" -- European tag-lined title
  • "Leisure Suit Larry 1+2+3+5+6" -- European title

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The package contains a limited edition HUGE, 300ish page book entitled The Official Book of Leisure Suit Larry, written by Ralph Roberts and Al Lowe, and also contains a hint book.

The discs include bonus software:
  • SoftPorn - A game that needs to be played to be believed
  • The Laffer Utilities - Helps handle your non-productive hours more efficiently
  • Larry's Big Score - A pinball game featuring Larry!
  • Larry's Casino Games - Slots, Blackjack and Poler
  • Video Interviews with Al Lowe
  • And more

The entire package is measured at a $225 US value!

It appears that before Al Lowe started working on the Larry series for Sierra he was actually a school teacher! It's written on the back that "We hired this musician and former teacher to keep him away from the impressionable youth of America" :-)
Tomer Gabel (4388) added Leisure Suit Larry: Collection Series (Windows) on Jan 10, 2000
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