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Leisure Suit Larry: Love for Sail!

The sixth game in the series saw a return to the exaggerated cartoony graphics of old. This time around, Larry is on a cruise ship and must vie for the affections of the comely captain by competing in a series of mini-games. Love for Sail! sported some interesting gimmicks, including a scratch n' sniff card that represented aromas from the game, and the ability to digitise your face and voice into the adventure. The women in the game were all spoofs of famous celebrities (Drew Baringmore, Jamie Lee Coitus), though the cartoony visuals made for a rather weak parody.

Curiously, a mobile phone version of Leisure Suit Larry: Love for Sail! was released in 2007. Naturally, the risque content was significantly toned down.

Box blurb: “Leisure Suit Larry: Love for Sail follows the dating trials and tribulations of Larry Laffer, a 38-year-old geek with playboy-like pretensions. In this adventure Larry finds himself on a Cruise Ship called 'PMS Bouncy' containing some of the most beautiful naked women ever to be put in a video game. But Larry 7 offers more than just a sex-throb adventure. For the first time ever, you can actually put your own voice and face into the video game! Scratch and sniff card included.”

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