Leisure Suit Larry walkthrough and guide

Larry Laffer has, as the saying goes, been looking for love in several wrong places. But with a bit of guidance you, too, can help him on his quest to perhaps one day finally enjoy the love of a good (or bad) woman. Follow our Leisure Suit Larry walkthrough and you’ll be getting sexy in no time! Probably.

Sierra’s classic adventure game Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards is available now for PC via Steam and GOG.com. It was also released for Amiga, Apple II, Apple IIGS, Atari ST, Macintosh and TRS-80.

Leisure Suit Larry walkthrough
MS-DOS version

Spoiler-free Leisure Suit Larry walkthrough

Note: this Leisure Suit Larry walkthrough is based on the original text-based parser version of the game. If you’re playing the VGA mouse-driven version, substitute the appropriate action icon for the task in question — hand icon to “use”, mouth icon to “talk”, zipper icon to do lewd things!

  • Open door
  • Sit
  • Buy whiskey
  • North
  • Give whiskey
  • Get rose
  • Open door
  • Get ring
  • Read graffiti four times
  • Sit
  • Stand
  • Open door
  • South
  • Knock door
  • Ken sent me
  • Use remote control
  • Change channel seven times
  • Up
  • Get candy
  • Open window
  • Climb through window
  • Drop into the bin
  • Get hammer
  • Climb out
  • West
  • Call taxi
  • Open taxi door
  • Go to casino
  • Pay driver
  • Open door
Leisure Suit Larry walkthrough
Atari ST version
  • Enter casino
  • North
  • Get pass
  • East
  • Sit on the bottom-right chair
  • Stand
  • Exit the lounge
  • South
  • Put money in slot machine
  • Win $250
  • South
  • Wait for the man
  • Buy apple
  • Call taxi
  • Open taxi door
  • Go to shop
  • Pay driver
  • Open taxi door
  • Look phone
  • Use phone
  • Dial 209-683-6858
  • Use phone
  • Dial 555-6969
  • Enter the shop
  • Get magazine
  • Read magazine
  • Get wine
  • Buy protection
  • Exit the shop
  • Get phone
  • Give wine
  • East
  • Show pass
  • Enter the disco
  • Sit
Leisure Suit Larry walkthrough
Atari ST version
  • Look Fawn
  • Look Fawn
  • Give candy
  • Give ring
  • Give rose
  • Ask Fawn to dance
  • Stand
  • Dance
  • Sit near Fawn
  • Look Fawn
  • Give money
  • Stand
  • Exit the disco
  • Call taxi
  • Open taxi door
  • Go to casino
  • Pay driver
  • Open door
  • Enter the casino
  • Put money in slot machine
  • Win at least $125
  • Exit
  • South
  • East
  • Talk man
  • Open door
  • Marry Fawn
  • Exit the chapel
  • West
  • Enter the casino
  • North
  • Enter the elevator
  • Push 4
  • Knock on heart door
  • Turn on radio
  • Open door
  • Enter the elevator
  • Push 1
  • South
  • South
  • Call taxi
  • Open taxi door
  • Go to shop
  • Pay driver
  • Open door
  • Use phone
  • Dial 555-8039
  • Wine
  • Suite
  • Call taxi
  • Open taxi door
  • Go to casino
  • Pay driver
  • Open door
  • Enter the casino
  • North
  • Enter the elevator
  • Push 4
  • Knock on heart door
  • Pour wine
  • Get in bed
Leisure Suit Larry walkthrough
MS-DOS version
  • Cut rope with knife
  • Get rope
  • Open door
  • Enter the elevator
  • Push 1
  • South
  • Put money in slot machine
  • Win at least $40
  • Exit
  • South
  • Call taxi
  • Open taxi door
  • Go to bar
  • Pay driver
  • Open taxi door
  • Open door
  • Knock door
  • Ken sent me
  • Up
  • Remove clothes
  • Use protection
  • Get in bed
  • Remove protection
  • Climb through window
  • Tie rope to Larry
  • Tie rope to rail
  • Climb over rail
  • Hit window
  • Get pills
  • Climb back
  • Untie rope
  • Drop into the bin
  • Climb out
  • West
  • Call taxi
  • Open taxi door
  • Go to casino
  • Pay driver
  • Open door
  • Enter the casino
  • North
  • Enter the elevator
  • Push 8
Leisure Suit Larry walkthrough
Atari ST version
  • Look Faith
  • Give pills to Faith
  • Press button
  • Enter the right elevator
  • Enter the bedroom
  • Open closet door
  • Get doll
  • Inflate doll
  • Use doll
  • Use doll
  • West
  • Get in pool
  • Look Eve
  • Give apple to Eve

Age check quiz questions

When Leisure Suit Larry first came out, players were challenged to answer some quiz questions in order to prove they were old enough to play the game. Unfortunately, as time has gone on, some of these questions are no longer relevant to the age group they were supposed to be targeting — so here’s a full list of all the questions and all the answers!

Leisure Suit Larry walkthrough
Atari ST (monochrome high-resolution) version
  • A 747 is C: A LARGE AIRPLANE
  • A Macintosh is D: ALL OF THE ABOVE
  • A hard disk is A: BETTER THAN A FLOPPY
  • A moon is D: ALL OF THE ABOVE
  • A nehru jacket is B: OUT OF DATE
  • A result of Watergate was C: RICHARD NIXON QUIT
  • Al Lowe is: C: NEVER CARDED
  • All politicians are D: ON THE PUBLIC PAYROLL
  • Angela Davis is B: A FAILED POLITICIAN
  • Blackjack is A: AN ACE AND A FACE CARD
  • Bonnie and B: CLYDE
  • Bourbon Street is in D: NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA
  • Calvin Klein is C: A CLOTHING DESIGNER
  • Canada is D: ALL OF THE ABOVE
  • Captain Kangaroo’s sidekick was D: MR.GREENJEANS
  • Cesar Chavez led a boycott of A: GRAPES
  • Charlie McCarthy and D: EDGAR BERGEN
  • Close Encounters of the Third Kind is about C: CREATURES FROM OUTER SPACE
  • Detente is D: A POLICY TO REPLACE WAR
  • Do girls really have cooties? B: NO
  • Does a pair of queens beat three deuces? A: YES, IN BLACKJACK
  • Doonesbury’s Uncle Duke is based on B: HUNTER S.THOMPSON
  • During the 70’s, Carroll O’Connor portrayed a B: LOVABLE BIGOT
  • ERA is an abbreviation for B: EQUAL RIGHTS AMENDMENT
  • Edsel is a C: CAR
  • Elizabeth Taylor is A: AN ACTRESS
  • Former Congressman Wilbur Mills went for a dip in the Tidal Basin with D: A 20-YEAR- OLD SECRETARY
  • Frank Sinatra is a C: SALOON SINGER
  • G. Gordon Liddy was associated with D: THE PLUMBERS
  • Gone With The Wind is about C: FOUR HOURS LONG
  • Herb Alpert and the _ Brass A: TIJUANA
  • Herpes is D: FATAL (IF GIVEN TO YOUR SPOUSE)
  • How many molecules are in a glass of water? D: AS MANY AS THERE ARE GLASSES OF WATER IN THE WHOLE WORLD
  • How many programmers does it take to screw in a light bulb? A: NONE, IT’S A HARDWARE PROBLEM or B: NONE, PROGRAMMERS CAN’T FIT IN LIGHT BULBS or D: NONE SO FAR, BUT THEY’LL GET TO IT REAL SOON NOW
Leisure Suit Larry walkthrough
Atari ST version
  • Hugh Hefner is usually photographed in D: PAJAMAS
  • I am presently D: PAST PUBERTY
  • I find computer games with adult content B: ACCEPTABLE
  • I have hair on my D: LOTSA PLACES
  • IBM stands for B: INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES
  • If Bo Derek were here, I’d ask her to D: STOP PLAYING COMPUTER GAMES
  • If a physician were stranded on a desert island with Bo Derek, he would probably D: THANK GOD
  • If you arrived at a party wearing your birthday suit, you would D: IT DEPENDS ON THE PARTY
  • In Westworld, where nothing can go wrong, guests were entertained by C: ROBOTS
  • In some personal ads, TV stands for B: TRANSVESTITE
  • In the movie, Paint Your Wagon, Clint Eastwood sang A: I TALK TO THE TREES
  • Is this software pirated? C: NO (HOW COULD YOU EVEN ASK!)
  • It is customary to tip about C: 15 PER CENT
  • It’s not nice to fool B: MOTHER NATURE
  • James Brown is often referred to as D: THE GODFATHER OF SOUL
  • James Earl Jones was the voice of C: DARTH VADER IN STAR WARS
  • Joan Rivers is C: A FORMER TALK SHOW HOSTESS
  • Joe DiMaggio played B: BASEBALL
  • John Belushi was on D: SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE
  • John F. Kennedy drove a A: PT BOAT or D: FERRARI
  • Johnny Carson is C: ED MCMAHON’S SIDEKICK
  • Kookie’s address was A: 77 SUNSET STRIP
  • Kwi-Chang-Caine became famous by saying D: AAAAAIIIYEEEAAGGGH!
  • Las Vegas is famous for C: GAMBLING
  • Lee Harvey Oswald killed C: JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY
  • Let It Be was recorded by D: THE BEATLES
  • Lingerie is A: SEXY
  • Lucy, Ricky, Fred and D: ETHEL
  • Making a Hole in One is A: EVERY GOLFER’S DREAM
  • Marlon Brando is B: AN ACTOR
  • Martha Mitchell was C: THE OUTSPOKEN WIFE OF AN ATTORNEY GENERAL
  • Mel Brooks is C: A COMEDIAN
  • Michael Doonesbury founded B: WALDEN PUDDLE COMMUNE
  • Mohammed Ali is C: A PROFESSIONAL BOXER
  • Mork was from the planet A: ORK
  • My boss is D: RESPONSIBLE FOR MY PAYCHECK
  • My favorite actor is D: NOT LISTED HERE
  • My parents are D: 36 OR OVER
  • My sex life is best described as C: NONE OF YOUR BUSINESS
  • NORML is C: TRYING TO LEGALIZE MARIJUANA
  • O. J. Simpson is D: NO ONE TO FOOL WITH
  • Oral Roberts is B: AN EVANGELIST
  • Paul, John, Ringo and B: GEORGE
  • Peter Benchley’s novel Jaws was about D: SHARKS
  • Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled C: PEPPERS
  • Pia Zadora is D: ALL OF THE ABOVE
  • President Eisenhower’s nickname was C: IKE
  • President Ford prescribed _ for dealing with economic problems B: EMPLOYMENT
  • Ralph Boysen invented B: FINS ON 50’S CARS
  • Richard Nixon was D: A PRESIDENT
  • Richard Nixon was the _ President of the United States THIRTY-SEVENTH
  • Ronald Reagan’s co-star in Bedtime for Bonzo was A: A MONKEY
  • Sergeant Pepper was C: THE LEADER OF THE LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND
  • Sex is A: GREAT
Leisure Suit Larry walkthrough
Apple IIGS version
  • Spiro Agnew is C: A FORMER VICE PRESIDENT
  • Taxes should be C: UNCHANGED
  • Ted Kennedy is best remembered for his D: ALL OF THE ABOVE
  • The 1973 album Dark Side of the Moon was recorded by A: PINK FLOYD
  • The 70’s practice of running around naked was called B: STREAKING
  • The American television debut of Bob Hope, Dinah Shore, Elvis, and the Beatles was on A: THE ED SULLIVAN SHOW
  • The Atlantic and Pacific Oceans are connected by the A: PANAMA CANAL
  • The Chicago Seven was D: PARTIALLY CONVICTED
  • The East Coast is A: HOME OF THE METS
  • The G-Spot is supposed to be B: A FEMALE EROGENOUS ZONE
  • The Mile-High Club is D: OPEN TO THOSE WHO HAVE PERFORMED AERIAL ACROBATICS INSIDE A PLANE’S REST ROOM
  • The best pick-up line is: B: WANT TO GO FOR A RIDE IN MY PORSCHE?
  • The drink Screwdriver contains B: ORANGE JUICE
  • The first Negro to play Major League Baseball was A: JACKIE ROBINSON
  • The first baseball player to challenge the reserve clause was C: CURT FLOOD
  • The first man on the moon was C: NEIL ARMSTRONG
  • The germ that transmits syphilis is B: SPIROCHETE
  • The largest state is B: ALASKA
  • The last name of Annette (on the original Mickey Mouse Club) was C: FUNICELLO
  • The leader of Nazi Germany was D: ADOLF HITLER
  • The most effective form of birth control is A: ABSTINENCE
  • The most likely place to find virgins is C: ST. MARY’S GIRLS SCHOOL
  • The most populous city in the United States is C: NEW YORK
  • The slogan “it takes two hands to handle a whopper” refers to B: A HAMBURGER
  • The song American Pie was about C: A DEAD ROCK STAR
  • The tackiest seventies fashion was A: PLATFORM SHOES or B: MIDI-SKIRTS or C: SHORT HAIR
  • The term Working Girl refers to B: A LADY OF NEGOTIABLE VIRTUE
  • The world is B: SPHERICAL
  • There are about _ calories in a can of beer B: 150
  • Thomas Eagleton was dropped from the 1972 Democratic National Ticket when knowledge of his previous _ treatments became know C: SHOCK
  • Tiptoe Through the Tulips was recorded by C: TINY TIM
  • Tom Hayden is C: MR. JANE FONDA
  • Two bits is D: THE FORMER COST FOR A SHAVE AND A HAIRCUT
  • Utah is full of D: NONE OF THE ABOVE
  • VCR stands for D: VIDEO CASSETTE RECORDER
  • What was illegal during Prohibition? B: ALCOHOL
  • When it’s noon in California in August, in St. Louis it’s B: 2:00 P.M
  • When playing Monopoly you B: MUST OWN FOUR HOUSES BEFORE BUILDING A HOTEL
  • Where’s the C: BEEF?
  • Which U. S. Secretary of State was born in Germany? B: WILLIAM ROGERS
  • Which U.S. President was not elected to office? C: FORD
  • Which is non-alcoholic? C: PERRIER
  • Which is not a baseball team? C: SEAHAWKS
  • Which is not a car? D: TOSHIBA
  • Which is not a cheese? D: REISLING
  • Which is not a city in Mexico? C: SAN DIEGO
  • Which is not a currency? C: FENNEL
  • Which is not a mountain range? A: CAYMAN
  • Which is not a wine? B: BON AIRE
  • Which is not an American armed force? D: THE NATIONAL LEAGUE
  • Which is not in Hawaii? C: FIJI
  • Which one of these was not a war? C: CHINESE
  • Which song was not recorded by Elvis? C: WHAT’D I SAY
  • Whips, chains and handcuffs are A: KINKY
  • Who has not been a U.S. Attorney General? B: SAM SHEPARD
  • Who is not a famous musician? D: STEVE GARVEY
  • Who is not a mass murderer? D: TIMOTHY LEARY
  • Who is not a sportscaster? C: JAYNE MANSFIELD
  • Who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of men? B: THE SHADOW
  • Who lost a daughter but gained a meathead? C: ARCHIE BUNKER
  • Who made a record album with a cover that looked like a pair of blue jeans, complete with a working zipper? A: ROLLING STONES
  • Who spends the most time in Las Vegas? B: WAYNE NEWTON
  • Who starred in Bedtime for Bonzo? D: RONALD REAGAN
  • Who was NOT in the movie Easy Rider? D: KAREN CARPENTER
  • Who was banned from Saturday Night Live because he lost a telephone poll? D: ANDY KAUFMAN
  • Who was not Vice-President of the United States in 1973-74? C: THOMAS HAYDEN
  • Who was not a politician? C: W. C: FIELDS
  • Who was not an astronaut? A: JOHN MILTON
  • Who was the inventive genius behind the Apple computer? B: STEVE WOZNIAK
  • Who wrote To be, or not to be? A: BILL SHAKESPEARE
  • Who’s buried in Grant’s tomb? D: MRS.GRANT

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