Leisure Suit Larry Goes Looking for Love (In Several Wrong Places!) Help

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    Leisure Suit Larry 2 Updates/Patches (none)

Leisure Suit Larry 2's original requirements:

MS-DOS 2.11 or greater
8088 / 8086 minimum
512 KB RAM
1.75 MB Hard drive space
AdLib, Game Blaster, IBM Music Feature Card, Roland MT-32/LAPC-1


Audio Problems

Problem - Poor Quality / No Sound (Win9x and XP):
The game has no sound or the music is of poor quality.

Solution 1 (preferred):
Play the game in DOSBox. It also will work with the MT-32 sound module, if you are fortunate to have one.

Solution 2:
Use VDMSound. The game work well with VDMSound. The sound will be as good as your audio hardware, and as with DOSBox, it works with the MT-32 sound module.

Solution 3:
Play the game with FreeSCI, a third party Interpreter for Sierra's early SCI games.

Solution 4 (DOS/Win9x):
Install DOS drivers for your soundcard. Without DOS drivers installed you won't have sound in a DOS window in Windows 9x. If you can't find DOS drivers for your soundcard, there is an alpha (developmental) version of VDMS that you can try.

Game Specific Bugs

There are a couple of bugs the game has that are not speed dependent.

Problem - B&W Copy Protection Problems:
The manual with the copyright potection images for collection versions of the game is in black and white. Many have trouble comparing these B&W images with the color images on the screen.

Click here for a color version of the women. Download it here.

Problem - Can't Get Inside Volcano:
There's a bug that occurs when you are just about finished and attempt to blow up the volcano. You have to type full sentences, including the word "the".

Solution #1:
Walk straight to back of the scene, until you are near the crack, without falling in and type:

  1. "Put the bag in the bottle"
  2. "Light the bag with the match"


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