Larry Laffer is back in this installment of the popular Leisure Suit Larry series. In this episode, Larry goes on a television show called "Stallions" and 'wins' a free stay at the La Costa Lotta hotel and resort. Once he's found his room, the object is to help Larry to try to "score" with the various ladies in the hotel. This is often best accomplished by helping them out of tough situations. Perhaps Larry will help a hotel worker get rid of the cellulite on her legs, or fix the running machine in the gym.
Once he's helped out around the resort, Larry may decide to go for the "ultimate pleasure" - a night with Shamara, the spiritual goddess of the resort! But beware! If Larry isn't careful, he may get beaten up by the tough weightlifter, or worse!
For DOS/Windows (via DOSBox) [*Please review compatibility/platform sections]
ITEM IS: USED - CD IN SLEEVE
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