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The quest to lose Larry's virginity, without catching anything unspeakable, is an entertaining one, wholeheartedly sexist, but nonetheless a jolly good romp (can I say that?).
Also, für Jugendliche unter 18 Jahren fällt das Spiel von vornherein flach, aber Leute, die das richtige Alter haben und an der Story gefallen finden, liegen mit LARRY bestimmt richtig. Jedoch müssen sie sieh jedesmal mit der lästigen Fragerei am Anfang herumplagen.
This game is a lot of fun to play and
is very humorous. What I really
liked in this game is that once you got
the right idea and entered
the action text, a lot of follow-
up actions took place
"automatically." For example,
when you buy a drink
at the bar, you automatically
pay for it. You only enter,
"BUY BEER", instead of
"BUY BEER, GET WALLET,
PAY FOR BEER" which
you enter in other games. A
lot of other action takes
place as easily and makes the game
flow much better by eliminating
tedium. With good graphics, good
design, and good fun provided, who
needs "good taste"?