"The game begins outside a bar in Lost Wages (a parody of Las Vegas, Nevada). Players are given 2 real-time hours to complete the game, at which point a despairing Larry commits suicide, resulting in game over. The time limit can be circumvented by speaking to a prostitute (see below). Players control Larry's movements with the directional keys and by inputting commands into a text parser (ex: "talk to man", "open window", etc). If Larry is too far away from a person or object to comply, or if the command is invalid, a caution message appears with hints on what to do.
The city consists of five areas: Lefty's Bar, a hotel casino, a 24-hour wedding chapel, a discotheque, and a convenience store. The only method of travel between screens is by hailing a taxi, which costs the player money; failure to do so results in Larry being mugged or hit by oncoming traffic. During the early stages of the game, Larry can survive most premature "deaths": In the original release, a compartment opens beneath Larry's body and takes him to a laboratory where heroes from Sierra's computer games — such as King's Quest — are re-assembled; in the remake, Larry's remains are instead thrown inside a blender and reformed."
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Leisure Suit Larry: Reloaded is a complete HD remake of the original Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards point-and-click adventure game.
The game includes new characters, redrawn locations, a newly recorded musical score by Austin Wintory, character voiceovers, fixes to some puzzles, and new dialogue.