Leisure Suit Larry Reloaded, the re-make of the first game in the series, is out in June

Al Lowe can you go?

Leisure Suit Larry Reloaded, a re-make of the first game in the cult classic series, launches in June on PC, Mac and Linux for 14.99.

Reloaded is a re-make of 1987's Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards, and has been developed with the help of series creator Al Lowe and original writer Josh Mandel by German publisher UIG Entertainment and Replay Games.

There's new high resolution, hand-drawn art and animation, and expanded puzzles and locations. The musical score has been re-written by Journey composer Austin Wintory. Lowe plays the sax. For real.

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