Below are the games of Leisure Suit Larry.
Released: 1987 (vga remake: 1991, reloaded remake: 2013)
The first graphic adventure game featuring Leisure Suit Larry. Help Larry, the original 40-year old virgin, as ge deperately tries to get lucky in the city of Lost Wages. Meet the girl that works above Lefty's bar, the blonde bombshell sitting alone at the Disco and the hot security guard at the top of the casino.
The second game in the Leisure Suit Larry series. Larry stumbles into a rigged game show, and wins a free vacation. Unknown to Larry, a microfilm falls into his hands, drawing the attention of the KGB and Dr. Nonookee. His exploits are as hilarious as ever.
The third entry in the Leisure Suit Larry series. Fresh from an abrupt divorce, and fired from his job, Larry searches the tropical island of Nontoonyt looking for romance. Littered throughout the resort are Larry's potential mates including the topless sunbather Tawni; the casino showgirl, Cherri Tart; the lesbian attorney, Suzi; and an aerobics instructor named Bambi. Unlike the previous games, late in the game, the player switches control over to Passionate Patti.
Leisure Suit Larry 4: The Missing Floppies was never-made. The name refers to rumors that the game was cancelled because the original production floppies were lost, and the developers refused to remake the game from scratch. Officially, Al Lowe said that Leisure Suit Larry 3 had a definitive ending, and was a dead-end for a new story arc. In 2012, Lowe said that the idea for skipping the forth installment came from a flippant comment in the office, and became a "real marketing coup" when selling Larry 5 because buyers would immediately ask what happened to the forth.
The absence of a "Leisure Suit Larry 4" forms the basis of this newest installment, as Julius Biggs has stolen the 'missing floppies' of the game and caused Larry Laffer to become amnesiac. Larry is now in the adult film industry, working for a Mafia-connected company known as PornProdCorp. His boss sends him across the United States to scout for models to appear in "America's Sexiest Home Videos". Meanwhile, Patti is recruited by the FBI to dig up incriminating evidence on two record companies. Leisure Suit Larry 5 expands on the multi-character feature of the previous installment, with control periodically passing between Larry and Patti.
Larry Laffer is once again single at the outset of Shape Up or Slip Out, with Patti being retroactively removed from the series. After competing—and losing—on the television dating show Stallions, Larry wins an all-expenses paid trip to La Costa Lotta, a refined health spa. Due to his status as non-paying guest, he is treated rudely by the staff and given the worst room on the premises. As such, none of the available women in the resort want anything to do with Larry, though it is possible to change their minds with the right gifts.
Love for Sail! picks up immediately where its predecessor left off, with Larry getting dumped by his latest love interest, Shamara. Larry's latest adventure takes place on a cruise ship, where Larry attempts to win a contest held on the ship by Captain Thygh, a gorgeous blonde. The contest involves a series of games varying from legitimate sports competitions like bowling to naughtier things like a machine created to test one's sexual prowess. Each passenger is given a score card with a selection of the various competitions to compete in, and the passenger with the highest cumulative score at the end of the week wins. The prize is an additional free week on the cruise spent sharing the Captain's cabin (and, presumably, her bed.)
In 2004, Leisure Suit Larry: Magna Cum Laude was released featuring Larry Laffer's cousin, Larry Lovage, a student at Walnut Log Community College. Al Lowe, the original creator of Leisure Suit Larry, was quick to state that the game was not a sequal to the original series. The game did not garner the praise or popularity that earlier games had.
In 2009, Leisure Suit Larry: Box Office Bust was released. This game also featured Larry Lovage, who is called upon by his uncle to help with his movie studio. The game was met with overwhelmingly negative reviews. Al Lowe thanked Vivendi Games on his website for keeping him away from what he called "the latest disaster."