The Leisure Suit Larry games have been around for years, with the games being some of the most popular in the adult genre. With its titular womanizing protagonist and cartoon-style raunchiness, it's hardly surprising that it's a series parents would probably not want their children to play. Now it looks as though the new one in the franchise is about to hit consoles.
Entitled Wet Dreams Don't Dry, this latest installment in the Leisure Suit Larry series was released to PC last year, going on to win "Best Classic Adventure of 2020" and follows on from 2018's Wet Dreams Die Twice. A source is now saying that the PS4, Xbox One and Switch ports will be releasing on May 18th.
Wet Dreams Don't Dry was originally unveiled for consoles last November, and is a direct sequel to its predecessor. Fans of the series will already be familiar with the games, but for those who have never played a Leisure Suit Larry game, they are point and click adventure games in which players must seek love. Despite the cartoon-y graphics, they are definitely not intended for children given the adult themes present.
They began in the old days of PC gaming and are the more risqué equivalent of classic adventure games from the likes of Sierra or LucasArts, such as The Secret of Monkey Island or Grim Fandango which was remastered for Xbox Game Pass last year. Surprisingly, Leisure Suit Larry games have been something of a mainstay in the point and click genre.
Grim Fandango is a point and click adventure game that was created by Tim Schafer and originally released in 1998. It was the first LucasArts graphic adventure to feature 3D graphics, and much like other LucasArts titles, it prompted players to explore their surroundings and solve puzzles to progress the story.
The game was critically acclaimed on release, so it's unsurprising that it was remastered and re-released in 2015 on multiple formats — more recently, it was ported to Xbox One as well. For anyone looking for a great point and click fix that will give them the same satisfaction as Grim Fandango, check out these great choices below.
The Cave was created by Ron Gilbert and developed by Double Fine Productions, releasing in 2013. Gilbert utilized many elements that had previously appeared in his 1987 point and click title Maniac Mansion. The most notable of these borrowed elements is that the player is prompted to choose three characters from a wider roster at the start of the game.
There are seven characters in total and each has their own individual skills and talents. The choice of characters that the player makes changes the way the story unfolds, giving the game lots of replay value.
Released this year, There is No Game: Wrong Dimension is a PC/Mac game that was written by Pascal Cammisotto and developed by Draw Me A Pixel. It is thought of as a sequel or expansion of Cammisotto's 2015 winning game-jam entry titled There is No Game.
The game has received many positive reviews from critics and has been called a "meta-game" as it is a game about a game. There is No Game: Wrong Dimension features many elements of classic point and click games and is ramped up with plenty of humor.
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