We've been covering the second coming of Leisure Suit Larry since it was first announced way back in late 2011, but this past May we learned that the reboot of the classic raunch-fest adventure game would be delayed with no definite release date in sight other than "late June" for the mobile version. Well, it's a bit past late June, but as of just a few minutes ago Leisure Suit Larry Reloaded [$4.99] finally did show up in the App Store.


The desktop version of Leisure Suit Larry Reloaded did launch last month as intended to fairly mixed reviews. Perhaps the juvenile nature of the series just doesn't have the same appeal as it did back in the '80s and '90s, but seeing as my own maturity level is still hovering somewhere around middle school level I'm still interested to check out the iOS version. As stated, it's available seemingly in every region right now, so if interested grab it with the link below and check out our forums for more early impressions.

  • Nick

    I'm slightly embarrassed that I did not play this series when I was younger because of it being a Sierra title...

    (Hint: the prospect of pixelated boobies is why I played it)

    • {SQUEEK}

      Only played the one on the ps2..... It was hilarious. Looking forward to trying this one out.

  • Reignmaker

    Is anyone aware of a point-and-click adventure game that's retina enabled for the iPad, and is actually good? After running a search, most of the good ones seem to be pretty old.

    • CevanB

      Tiny Thief is pretty good.

      • Reignmaker

        Isn't that more of a puzzle game? I've heard that's good, but I'm thinking something more along the lines of a King's Quest.

      • NickyNichols

        Gemini Rue is the absolute best

    • xx99

      Superbrothers: Sword and Sworcery and The Golden Age are both good and retina-enabled.

    • Eseres

      You could try Broken Sword? There are two Broken Sword games in the AppStore (Broken Sword: Smoking Mirrors and Broken Sword: Director's Cut).
      If the AppStore had the first Discworld game, i would highly recommend that.
      You also got HECTOR: Badge Of Carnage, the Monke Island series and Yesterday. Yesterday is very good.

      • Me

        I second this, especially Broken Sword and Monkey Island. Really incredible games (except for Broken Sword 2, in my opinion).

      • Reignmaker

        Are any of these retina? I know that's nitpicky but I have thing about smooth edges.

      • Eseres

        Broken Sword: Smoking Mirrors had an retina bug fix on the last update, so i guess so on that one.
        Broken Sword: Director's Cut im not sure of, but it looks great on screen, so it might be retina supported too.
        As for the Monkey Island series; The first and second games are enchanted editions. Could not find any info on them supporting retina, but they look great on screen too. All the episodes after the 2nd i haven't tried on iPad/iPhone. But 1 & 2 are in 2D, while i think the last one is in 3D. (Think there is 5 Monkey Island games alltogether.) Now, as for the HECTOR games (there are several episodes), they look pretty good too.
        It isn't much to complain about graphics wise, but i recommend that you look them up in the AppStore and judge for yourself.
        But if you are really into point and click games, those are not bad choises at all.
        And those are only the ones I tried. I guess there are many of them in the store, and there are probably others that has some great suggestions for point and click games for you too. So, go game hunting, check out the images and maybe search for any reviews for them here in the TA search engine.
        Good luck, and i hope you find yourself a game you can't let go of πŸ˜‰

      • Reignmaker

        Thank you!

      • Eseres

        Your welcome πŸ™‚

        A correction to the Monkey Island games. In the two first games ou can choose between enchanded graphics and the original old-school graphics. They also exist as a lite edition, so you can try before you buy πŸ˜‰
        The third comes in 5 downloadeble episodes. Thats the one in 3D.
        Just wanted to warn you about that since you requested something in King's Quest style.

    • nothingreal

      The Journey Down: Chapter one is pretty decent and done in the vein of the classic old school adventure game. great artwork.. but the voice work is dodgy

    • splinker

      I'd recommend 1112 - a very intriguing quest.

    • Zeldaniac

      The Silent Age: Episode 1 is fantastic. No idea if it's retina-enabled for iPad, but it's so excellent you should get it anyway. Plus it's free!

    • Jwezorek

      machinarium is really good, and I believe it is retina-enabled but may be wrong about that. Anyway, I thought it looked great...

    • http://winterdrake.com/ Dehumanizer

      *This one* is actually good. For some reason, this series has always had a bad and undeserved reputation (e.g. being "porn", being about "solving puzzles to see naked girls", and other crap like that). It's not a huge game, but it's funny, charming (yes, really -- Larry tries to pretend he's a big stud, but he's more of a lovable loser), and a great parody of the 80s.

  • GaZ-OiD

    Dire series back in the day

  • ImJPaul

    I have $4 in iTunes credit. Guess ill have to wait till I get paid this Friday to relive all the boobie filled nostalgia that comes with LSL.

  • Pheebers

    Omg. I played this in the 80's on my Apple II+....

  • Eseres

    Oh my God! Im way past the legal age for playing this, but that verification form at the beginning really gave me a hard... Eh.. Time! Due to the lack of my knowledge on American history and events, those questions were hard πŸ˜› Who knew Bruce Willis was an bar tender before he became a movie star? I didn't for sure LOL! But after alot of trial and error, and i mean ALOT of it, i finaly got into the game and was able to save LOL! Now over to some hilarious fun πŸ™‚

  • tinkie277

    Lol, I need some batteries!

  • Jake7905

    Shouldn't these be called "Point & Touch" games now?

  • Kirs

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Off topic

  • totallymichael

    I first played Larry 1 on a Tandy 1000 back when I was 8 (My mom is awesome). I played them all through my teens ending with Love for Sail (Still my favorite by far). I love that they kept the same cartoon art style and even the same Larry voice actor from 6 and 7. The world needs more humorous games like Larry. This remake is amazing. I got it on PC and I'm psyched that now I can take it wherever I go.

    P.S. Don't rush through this game! It's about taking your time and actually listening to the jokes along the way. Hint: Use the zipper and taste/smell on anything and everything.

  • kfelicity85

    Yeseeahhgh!!!!! So happy!!!