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Leisure Suit Larry: Shape Up or Slip Out

Leisure Suit Larry: Shape Up or Slip Out marked a complete series reboot. With Patti out of the picture, Larry was free to pursue his swinger lifestyle once more. The game starts with an ill-fated appearance on a TV dating show, which sees Larry winning a booby prize vacation to the La Costa Lotta Spa resort. There, a bevy of potential conquests await Larry's ardour, including a weight-lifting amazon, a mud bathing tourist, a sexy senorita and a bisexual aerobics instructor. And gamers wonder where they get their grotty reputation from.

A CD-ROM of the game was released a year later, including voice acting — a first for the series.

Box blurb: “As a consolation prize for his humiliating performance on a TV dating show, Larry wins two weeks at the fabulous La Costa Lotta Spa (first prize one week!). Surrounded by nine smart, savvy, beautiful women, Larry will surely meet Ms. Right. Right? WRONG!”

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