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    L o o k i n g  f o r  L o v e  ( I n  S e v e r a l  W r o n g  P l a c e s)
       This document is in no way endorsed or sponsored by Sierra. This
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                          Organizational Information
    Game Title        :   Leisure Suit Larry II: Looking for Love
                           (In Several Wrong Places)
    Platform          :   IBM Computer
    Author            :   Sabin Rene Figaro (Jonathan McCoppin)
    E-Mail            :   syrain@hotmail.com
    Last Modified     :   Monday, March 11, 2002 at 12:51:17 PM
    Created           :   Friday, Feburary 18, 1994 at 3:34:12 PM
    Type              :   Full Points FAQ/Walkthrough
    Version           :   2.5
    Document Type     :   Text (.txt)
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    Number of Pages   :   29 pages
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                              Table of Contents
      1. Introduction
      2. My Review
      3. The Official Biography of Leisure Suit Larry
      4. Software Protection
      5. My Preferences
      6. The Cast
      7. The Women of Leisure Suit Larry 2
      8. Dying
      9. Rankings
    10. Item List
    11. Frequently Asked Questions
    12. Hints
    13. Walkthrough
         * Hollywood
         * Ship
         * Nontoonyt Island
         * Airport
         * Village/Volcano
    14. Try These
    15. Point List
    16. Maps
    17. Debugging
    18. Submission Guidelines
    19. Credits
    20. Legal Information
    1. Introduction
    Welcome swingers and swingettes (is that a word?) to the second installment
    of the Leisure Suit Larry Series! Stuck home on a Saturday night and want to
    have a little fun? Load up this game and live your sexual fantasies through
    Larry Laffer, well...not all of them, because some of you are freaks...
    2. My Review
    Let me describe this game in a phrase: Better, Longer and Funnier than the
    first. The first laugh I got in the game was in the introduction. Larry's
    mowing Eve's (his lover from the first game) lawn, she comes home and asks
    him who he is, then tells him to leave. Larry's heart-broken, not. He
    relives his old days and turns back into the swinger that we all love. This
    game introduces the running jokes about Larry's receding hairline, or as Al
    Lowe describes it, "De-Evolving."
    The major thing I didn't like about this game was the pirating protection
    software. It uses pictures of women, and you have to enter their phone
    numbers from your instruction manual. The bad thing is, is that they use the
    same three women over and over, but they make subtile changes. Like adding
    earrings, a necklace, different dress color, a bracelet, etc.. If you get it
    wrong the game shuts itself down. It took me a few tries to get in the first
    time I played.
    Graphics: 5/10
    The graphics were a big improvement over the first Leisure Suit Larry. Larry
    now consists of at least eight pixels. The environments have more detail and
    are more lush.
    Sound: 6/10
    This was also a big improvment over the first. This game actually uses a
    sound card! Still no voice but at least you can turn the volume up or down.
    Once again all the music was written and performed by Al Lowe.
    Difficulty: 4/10
    There are a few difficult areas, like trying to navigate on the ship and the
    whole quicksand screen. But other than that this game is pretty easy. It
    still uses the text parser, and it still might be hard to get into.
    Control: 10/10
    This is the easiest part! You can control Larry with the arrow keys. New to
    the Leisure Suit Larry series is the added mouse support. You can now move
    Larry around the screen with the mouse, you still can't pick things up, but
    it's a start.
    Fun Factor: 10/10
    Both you and me thought Larry was finally going to settle down with a pretty
    woman. But we were both wrong, watch the intro and you'll know what I mean.
    Once again you wander around different areas looking for love (in several
    wrong places, bad pun). You don't actually make love until the very end of
    the game, where once again you get married. Will it last this time? We'll
    find out in Leisure Suit Larry 3: Passionate Patti in Pursuit of Pulsating
    Pectorals. But not before you have to save a whole island from certain doom.
    Humor: 6/10
    This game has the same kind of slapstick that the first one had. That's what
    made this game popular. From the many barbers who each do something funny to
    Larry's hair to the subtile hints. This game has it all.
    Overall: 7/10
    I like this game. It has six distinct areas taht need to be explored. It
    went beyond the first one, where you just needed to get laid. In this one
    you have to save a tribe, thwart an evil scientist and rescue the bountiful
    beach babes from the tribe of Nontoonyt. This game is a must play if you
    like dirty humor and fun gameplay.
    3. The Official Biography of Leisure Suit Larry
    by Ralph Roberts and Al Lowe
    ©1997 Ralph Roberts and Al Lowe, all rights reserved
    We decided (well, actually Al and Larry decided) that I should write the
    introductory chapter in this edition, just like I did in all the previous
    editions. This way, wonderfully glowing things can be said about both guys
    without them being embarrassed (not that they would be). What they don’t
    realize is that this also gives me the wonderful freedom to embarrass them
    in no small measure. You would think they’d catch on by now.
    Oh well--life is good.
    Besides, every man has his price and since Larry has promised me a few
    choice pages from his little black book, why not? This time he has assured
    me better pages then last time, pages where the ladies have not moved and
    left no forwarding addresses.
    So, while we’re waiting for Al’s bribe... ah... anyway, please let me
    introduce Leisure Suit Larry--lover, adventurer, and all them other good
    This book is Larry’s first complete biography. Yes, that’s right, we beat
    Kitty Kelly to this one! Still, it’s a little funny, you know--it’s like she
    didn’t even try. Anyway, never mind her, she can have the lesser lights like
    Sinatra and Nancy Reagan; we’ll take our ole buddy, Larry, any day.
    Larry, Larry Laffer--this is your life!
    .aw... Larry... Larry? Don’t cry, Larry.
    In the next chapter, we’ll have Al Lowe’s insights into the creation of
    Larry and, later on, some words from Larry himself. However, for now, let’s
    look at Larry’s "official" biography, as put out by the studio publicity
    people at Sierra On-Line in the now historical relic manuals that came with
    the first two Leisure Suit Larry adventures. We’ve dug up some more dirt...
    Er, we mean a few more facts to go with their offerings as well.
    The following will bring you up to date on Larry’s life from his birth to
    the start of his first documented adventure. Here is the
    never-before-published scoop on Larry Laffer’s early life. Eat yer heart
    out, National Enquirer!
    Larry Laffer at the time of his first adventure, Leisure Suit Larry in the
    Land of the Lounge Lizards, is 38 years old. He has been living with his
    mother for some years and, to all appearances, has been nothing more than a
    mild-mannered nerd. His reading material (other than the magazines he kept
    hidden under the mattress) are books like Probing Your Parallel Port,
    Compute!’s Using Turbo Basic, and The Unix Desktop Guide to Emacs. The one
    on Turbo Basic was his favorite.
    He is a confirmed bachelor and, basically, terrified of women. Asking a
    good-looking lady for a date is as far beyond his courage as walking to the
    moon in nothing but a pair of Reboks. So he holes up in his room on Friday
    and Saturday nights, plays with his personal computer, and listens to his
    extensive collection of Barry Manilow, Air Supply, and Boxcar Willie
    records. He is torn between declaring Manilow or Slim Whitman as the
    greatest singer of all time, though there is also a soft spot in his heart
    for Elvis. Something about those white suits the King wore really appeals to
    ol’ Lar.
    Don’t be fooled by how small he looks on your screen. In personal
    appearance, Larry is five feet, ten inches (average height). His hairline is
    beginning to recede and, worse, his head is poking up through his hair. His
    stomach is starting to win the race by pulling ahead of his chest. He
    typically wore cardigan sweaters to work, and has a different pocket
    protector for each day of the week.
    Every morning, he carefully puts three felt tip pens (red, green, and black)
    in his pocket protector, along with a ball point pen (blue), a mechanical
    pencil (messy black lead), and one of those little metal rulers with inches
    on one side and centimeters on the other. He never uses any of these items,
    but feels naked without them.
    Larry followed much the same sort of schedule during his school years. He
    attended a local college, majoring in computer science (natch), and lived at
    home, commuting to and from class. It was cheap, but he did miss out on all
    the swinging dorm life. "Coed" wasn’t a word Larry understood well. He was
    not even sure how many syllables it had.
    His mother always fixed him the same type of lunch. Two sandwiches, an apple
    or banana (but never both), and a small cup of pudding (alternating between
    chocolate and vanilla). Thursdays were Larry’s favorite because she fixed
    him deviled ham on that day and, perhaps, this was a minor indication of
    Larry’s later blossoming.
    He would pick up the brown paper bag with his lunch, walk out to his little
    rusty-red 1970 Volkswagen "Beetle," and putt-putt his way to work. Every
    morning was exactly the same series of actions. He never varied his route to
    work, and he always stopped at the "Stop" sign where Elm Street intersected
    Oak, even though you could see for six miles in either direction and there
    was never any traffic.
    Before setting out on his now legendary adventuring, Larry worked for a
    small high-tech start-up company that was developing a line of artificially
    intelligent machine controls. Larry’s supervisors, when recently
    interviewed, all stated that they wished they could have given Larry some
    artificial intelligence.
    However, everyone we talked to agreed that Larry was conscientious (a
    "plodder" was how it was most often put), and would keep plugging away until
    he succeeded with an assigned task. Whether devising database structures or
    making points in adventure games, this seems to be an admirable trait.
    Larry would arrive at work every morning at exactly the same time, never
    early and never late. He’d walk through the door to the programmers’ office
    at precisely 8 a.m., and stroll back to his very own cubicle. You’ve seen
    how funny Larry walks in the games? Well, the people he worked with noticed
    the same thing. Every morning, as he walked cattywompus into his cubicle
    (for a definition of cattywompus, a good old Missouri word, use the PgUp,
    PgDn, Home, or End keys on your keyboard as Larry walks across the screen,
    then just think how that looked at his place of work).
    He would put his brown paper lunch bag into his bottom right drawer, turn on
    his computer, and go right to work. He’d punch away at the keys until 10
    a.m., at which time he’d take the apple (or the banana) from his lunch bag
    and go on coffee break for exactly fifteen minutes, eat the apple or banana,
    and drink the one free cup of coffee the company allowed employees.
    Lunch was always 30 minutes long in the same employee lounge. During lunch
    he would carefully munch both sandwiches and eat his cup of vanilla or
    chocolate pudding. Just before starting, he would always buy the same brand
    of soft drink (TAB) from the same machine against the wall of the lounge. On
    Thursdays, as he ate deviled ham, a slight smile would occasionally cross
    his face.
    Anyway, Larry was pretty much tolerated by his fellow workers, and could
    have stayed with the company for as long as he wished. Nobody minded him all
    that much because no one ever noticed he was there.
    Larry’s boss liked Larry a lot because he could brag to him for hours. His
    brother, as he told Larry time after time, was in the computer game biz and
    was pulling down big bucks.
    Larry would just nod, do his job, and eat his lunch on time. He never
    changed and he never varied.
    Essentially, Larry Laffer was boring as six-day-old lettuce.
    Even Larry recognized that! He realized his life was going nowhere. Just
    meandering along. No fun at all. Besides, he wasn’t getting any.
    Other than hints in the sleazy magazines he hid in his room and read late at
    night, Larry wasn’t even sure of what he was missing. All he knew was that
    the sexual revolution must have happened without him—-he hadn’t even noticed
    the recruiting offices. Larry was no draft dodger--he’d have been glad to
    have signed up for the duration.
    Sex? Love? Were they the same? Were they different? Could you have one
    without the other? These were all questions Larry was desperately asking
    Watching his fellow workers only made him feel worse. Those who were married
    went home to their wives and returned the next morning with tales of married
    bliss. The ones who were divorced or otherwise unattached bragged about
    their conquests in singles’ bars. Larry would listen to them, as he sat
    alone during coffee and lunch breaks, and feel absolutely like a miserable
    and lonely loser. Which is exactly what he was, so at least his feelings
    were accurate.
    It never occurred to Larry that these guys just might be exaggerating a tad
    (like out and out lying). He thought every time out on a singles foray
    resulted in (pant, pant) action. His erotic daydreams, for a change, started
    including him. And in a starring role, too--no more character gigs or even
    just being a walk-on or no-lines extra. The ratings on his dreams dropped
    from PG to PG-13, and plummeted through NC-17. Soon they begin hovering
    around the X mark!
    His performance at work dropped off. Bugs began to creep into his programs
    as he lost concentration while daydreaming. They got into his desk drawer,
    too, the next day after the day he forgot to eat lunch and left his chicken
    salad and mayonnaise in there all night.
    He ran the stop sign at Elm and Oak, and for once there was traffic there! A
    traffic cop who, after barely missing Larry’s red Volkswagen, happily
    proceeded to write him a ticket for unsafe movement (which brings us back to
    the way Larry walks in the Leisure Suit Larry games).
    Larry found himself watching the girls at work and going down to the mall on
    Saturday afternoons. All of womankind goes to the mall Saturdays, and he
    could watch them bounce, trounce, and jiggle by, and dream his dreams. In
    there, all these gorgeous chicks couldn’t keep their hands off him. It was
    But, in the real world--the mall--he never tried to talk to any of them.
    And his life just kept on getting more miserable.
    Larry would sob into his pillow at night and pound it with his fist in quiet
    desperation. "I’m hornier than hell," he would whisper.
    It sure wasn’t much fun. That was for sure. He was so dispirited that he
    didn’t even order the six-record set of Wayne Newton’s greatest hits offered
    on cable TV. He no longer stopped by the record store to see if there was a
    new Barry Manilow album or 8-track tape out. Larry’s Volkswagen still had an
    8-track player and he was waiting to see if cassettes were going to make it
    before switching over. CD-ROMS? Those he had not even heard of yet. Besides,
    most of the Manilow stuff he really liked was still just on 8-track,
    although some of them were quadraphonic!
    Larry’s mom was the first and, alas, the only one, to notice the change in
    him. She just did not know what to do about it, though. Larry had never been
    an easy child anyway. She had given birth to him, nurtured him through his
    childhood, into adulthood, and now into what was evidently his second
    childhood. Or maybe "second puberty" would be more accurate.
    All she knew for sure was that Larry was moping around like a moonstruck
    calf--lying in his room with the door closed and the stereo blaring that
    God-awful seventies music. Why couldn’t he be into heavy metal like any
    other decent kid? That and the fact she kept finding magazines such as the
    National Geographic under his bed (the ones with the topless native girls at
    least) was all very perplexing.
    It was frustrating as hell to Larry’s mom. She’d had just about enough of
    him anyway. After all these sacrifices, what with his dad leaving all those
    years ago, the time had come for her to live a little. She could still
    swing, by golly.
    His performance had dropped off so dramatically of late that the company
    could no longer justify his employment. So, by tragic coincidence, Larry had
    been fired from his job the very same day he moped his way home to find the
    house had been sold and a note from his mom. The note brusquely wished him
    luck and explained that she had bought herself a singles condo down in South
    "Gonna shake my booties while they can still shake," she concluded. There
    was no forwarding address given.
    "You wanna get this junk outa here, like now," the real estate agent said,
    jerking Larry back to reality.
    He looked at her blankly for a moment as she stood leaning against her
    snazzy red sports car.
    "You don’t live here any more, dork," she explained gently. "So get the hell
    It was, indeed, a dark and tragic moment in Larry’s life.
    There comes a time in the affairs of men when they decide it’s time to have
    some affairs. This was that time for Larry Laffer. His mother had not only
    run away from home, she had sold that home right out from under him! He had
    no job and no prospects for one. The heck with it, he decided. He would
    start afresh and go for the babes. Do all the things he hadn’t done yet in
    life. No problem. He’d go to, YEAH, out to Lost Wages, the sin capital of
    the West. Darn right!
    Larry, under the watchful eye of the real estate lady, gathered his few
    meager possessions and packed them in the Volkswagen. There wasn’t that much
    left really. His mother had already hocked the valuable stuff like the
    stereo and his computer. He had a few computer books and some sleazy
    magazines left and, of course, his Barry Manilow collection.
    With a sad but determined sigh, he drove away from the now-empty house and
    down Elm toward the center of the city. It was time for that new beginning
    and he was just the swinging dude who could pull it off. Too cool for school
    and the man the chicks dug.
    He nodded. Yeah, that sounded hip. After all, how much could slang and stuff
    have changed since he was in college 20 years ago? Much? Nah. Why, he bet
    the Beatles were still together. All he needed was some boss threads to show
    how cool he was, and the girls would throw themselves at him. He smiled
    confidently as he parked in front of the Uptown-Downtown Pawn Shop,
    Delicatessen, and Night Fever Polyester Plaza. The joint was seedy in
    appearance and looked like a wasted investment, even to him.
    Larry entered the shop and put all his worldly possessions on the counter.
    "You got to be kiddin’ me, bub," the clerk said, rolling his stub of an
    unlit cigar to one side of his mouth, and distastefully thumbing through the
    stack of records.
    "Good stuff there," Larry said confidently. "We’re talking the latest rage
    in music. It’s Manilow fer gawd’s sake. Hot, man, hot."
    Know what kind of clothes you can get for an extensive Barry Manilow
    collection? Well, the shop owner was only all too glad to make an even trade
    for a white polyester leisure suit he’d had hanging there since 1973.
    Feeling just the least bit guilty, he tossed in a pile of genuine cheap
    imitation gold lacquered chains and a gift certificate for the Disco On Fire
    Health Club and Dance Spa (which he’d gotten free anyway), and a ratty,
    much--worn pair of "steppin’ out" elevator shoes.
    Larry changed in the restroom and walked out of that shop a new man! No
    longer was he Larry Laffer, pathetic loser. Now he was that swinging single
    kind of guy, the great, the one, the only, Leisure Suit Larry! Another 15
    minutes at the health club just down the street, a quick visit to the barber
    shop for a "Saturday Night Fever" bouffant haircut ("guaranteed to get the
    chicks--by the truckloads"), and he was ready!
    "Look out, you foxy chicks," Larry said, as he walked down the sidewalk to
    his car.
    There were no chicks around, foxy or otherwise, but that didn’t keep Larry
    from trying out some cool moves, just like John Travolta in Larry’s favorite
    disco movie. After all Travolta wore a white suit, didn’t he? And how about
    ol’ Elvis, the King! Yeah, he’d be like a combination of those two hep
    cats--a dancer who could sing.
    "Stayin’ alive, stayin’ alive," Larry sang as he did a 360-degree twirl
    right next to his Volkswagen. The fact that young people today might not
    know who Travolta or even Elvis was did not occur to Larry. After all, these
    two are near-legends. Almost up there in the annals of all time greats like
    Barry Manilow and Slim Whitman already are. Not to mention Perry Como!
    A young lady jogged by then, studiously ignoring Larry after one startled
    and incredulous glance at his leisure suit.
    "Thank you," Larry said in his best Elvis imitation (which was none too
    good). "Thank you very much." He wished he had a sweat-soaked handkerchief
    or something to throw at her. That had worked wonders for Elvis. He’d have
    to learn how to sweat like Elvis. Yeah. No shortcuts!
    He got in the Volkswagen Beetle and drove away. Next stop Lost Wages! Look
    out beautiful babes of the world, Leisure Suit Larry was on the prowl!
    Please take a number and wait. Thank you. Thank you very much.
    "Stayin’ alive, stayin’ alive," Larry sang as he gripped the car’s steering
    wheel and aimed in the direction of Lost Wages.
    Lost Wages, Nevada at night looks like a huge neon dinosaur making it with
    6,000 acres of electrified sequins. That’s what struck Larry Laffer’s eyes
    as his wheezing Volkswagen topped a rise and the desert city was laid out
    before him.
    This city, unlike its nearby neighbor, Las Vegas, did not even bother with
    such niceties as a Chamber of Commerce. The place existed for one reason, to
    afford a convenient grouping for businesses out to fleece suckers.
    "There’s a sucker born every minute," P.T. Barnum said in the last century.
    "Larry took three times longer than any normal kid to be born, the dirty
    little sucker!" his mother had often said to her sympathetic friends in this
    "Welcome to Lost Wages!" the city limits sign read, as Larry’s Beetle buzzed
    Larry knew a lot of people had come into Lost Wages in $10,000 cars and had
    left in $100,000 buses or on $2,000,000 trains. However, or so he thought,
    they were fools! They had come here to gamble and lost it all. He was a lot
    smarter; he’d just come for the chicks. Yeah. No wasting time on slot
    machines or at the blackjack tables for him. No sir.
    Well... Maybe just a little. He was kind of short on cash. In fact, he’d
    spent his last ten bucks on gas and a can of breath spray a hundred miles
    back. He was broke and his credit card had just expired. Some flash money to
    impress the ladies was needed.
    The first order of business then, Larry concluded as he entered the
    outskirts of the city, was to generate a more positive cash flow. Just a few
    thouand. That’s all. No sense being greedy.
    He passed another sign. This one touted the great taxi service in downtown
    Lost Wages. "No need to walk, use our cheap, clean, luxurious cabs!"
    There was a picture of a friendly, smiling cabbie, waving from the window of
    his late-model, shiny cab. P.T. Barnum would have loved that ad. "This way
    to the Egress, indeed," he would have chuckled.
    Subtleties, however, were lost on Larry. He thought "nuance" was either some
    kind of perfume or a word applied to drunks (as in, "she made a public
    nuance of herself"). So he just accepted the sign at face value and figured
    that was the solution to his transportation problems.
    A used car lot caught Larry’s eye. It was a seedy, unprosperous-looking
    place, but at least the "Open" sign was still propped in the window of the
    rusty little house trailer that served as an office. "A-1 Honest Used Cars."
    That sounded just like what he needed--an honest used-car lot. Larry still
    tended to believe everything he read.
    Well, appearance didn’t matter, he decided, since the place would give him a
    good deal just like the sign said. Because Lost Wages had this fantastic cab
    service, he had no more need for the car. He’d sell it and use the money as
    table stakes to build up a real bank roll. No problem!
    He turned in at the lot’s entrance, and parked next to the office. He pushed
    the creaking door open and entered to find a man, feet propped on a dusty
    desk, staring back at him with no great indication of interest.
    "Business kind of slow, huh?" Larry said.
    "Not anymore, mac," the man said. He reluctantly got to his feet and came
    around the desk to offer a hand to Larry. "Name’s Honest Tricky Dick; this
    here’s my lot. What can I do for you?"
    Larry scratched his head. He wondered a moment about Honest Tricky Dick’s
    name, then shook it off and got down to business.
    "I’ve got this great automobile, a real collector’s item..." Larry began.
    Honest Tricky Dick pushed past him and looked out the window.
    "Where? All I see is that ratty-looking Volkswagen. Nice, though, how the
    rust blends in with that red paint job. Har, har."
    "It’s a classic," Larry said, desperately trying to remember all the used
    car jargon he could. "A real creampuff. Hardly used. Pristine condition.
    Why, just look at--"
    "Yeah, yeah," Honest Tricky Dick said, unimpressed. "Looks like she’s a ’70
    or ’71, eh? Okay, the money ain’t mine anyway so I’ll buy it." He shook his
    head in disgust. "We must be on the wrong side of Lost Wages here. Har. Har.
    Everybody wants to sell, nobody ever buys."
    "So," Larry said, already visualizing the several hundred big ones he’d soon
    have in his pocket, "how do you stay in business?"
    "I gotta deal with a Sierra On-Line--you know, them computer game people.
    They buy my trade-ins wholesale," Honest Tricky Dick said. "Use them junkers
    in games like Police Quest. With those new VGA graphics, you can make even a
    real heap appear good. Saves a lot of production money. Har. Har."
    Larry sighed. That stupid laugh was beginning to get to him. Why did he have
    the feeling he’d be hearing it a lot while here in Lost Wages?
    "Yeah, well how much for my fine, vintage Volkswagen Beetle?" he asked.
    "Ninety-four dollars," Honest Tricky Dick said. "Take it or leave it, and
    I’ll throw in a free ride downtown."
    Well, Larry haggled like hell but Honest Tricky Dick was not budging. So he
    finally accepted it, and Honest Tricky Dick drove him downtown.
    It was a seedy looking part of town they were in. Trash littered the
    streets, and dogs seemed to run wild, marking their territories with merry
    "What’re ya looking for?" Honest Tricky Dick asked.
    "Women, babes, chicks--"
    "Right, got ya." He pulled into the curb. "Well, here’s the right place for
    that, har, har. I come here pretty often myself. You might want to stay out
    of that dark alley over there."
    "Thanks," Larry said, and got out of the car. He looked at the dive in front
    of him. It was a bar. "Lefty’s," the sign above the door read.
    As Honest Tricky Dick drove away, Larry took inventory of what he had on
    him. A worn wallet with $94 in it, an as-yet unused can of breath spray,
    some pocket lint, and a wrist watch. That was it. Except for his fantastic
    leisure suit--a major chick-getting necessity!
    "Stayin’ alive, stayin’ alive," he sang. Then, seeing that little dog
    approaching with firm resolve in its eyes, he decided to enter the bar and
    begin his adventure.
    "Hey, get away from me," he said, as the dog came even closer. He picked up
    speed and jerked open the door to the bar (how else would you expect a jerk
    to open a door?). The rest, as they say, is legend.
    That was the beginning of Leisure Suit Larry 1: In the Land of the Lounge
    Lizards. So if you haven't played that, do yourself a favor and play it.
    4. Software Protection
    In Leisure Suit Larry 2, the staff at Sierra added copy protection to the
    game. When you boot up the game it doesn't ask you questions like in the
    first, instead it shows you a picture of a woman. You're supposed to go into
    the manual and look for the girl. Once you find her you type in her phone
    number. Unfortunately, since this is such an old game, people tend to either
    download the game or lose their manuals. So there is a way to bypass this.
    Type in 0724. Which is Al Lowe's birthdate. This also unfortunately skips
    the introduction. Fortunately, you can go to Al Lowe's personal site,
    http://www.allowe.com/l-2women.htm which has scanned pictures. That's an L
    not a 1.
    5. My Preferences
    If you like the game dirty, and I mean dirty, then press (CTRL+F) to change
    the settings to the dirtiest. You can also press (CTRL+T) to change the
    Trite Phrase, which is what some of the inhabitants of Larry's world will
    say when Larry's done talking to them.
    6. The Cast
    Larry Laffer               : That's you, meathead.
    Airport Ticket Seller      : Ordinary Ticket Seller
    AL LOWE                    : Yes, he's one of the big rocks
    A.P. Wire                  : Contestant on the Dating Show
    Barbers LA/Boat/Jungle     : Ordinary Barbers
    Beach Goer                 : Kicks sand in y our face
    Biff Barf                  : Contestant on the Dating Show
    BIL SKIRVIN                : Yes, he's the other big rock
    Cameramen                  : Ordinary Cameramen
    Captain of the Love Tub    : Ordinary Captain
    Carlos, the maid's brother :   Hmm...You don't want to meet him
    Chief Keneewauwau          :   It's Ken Williams!
    Customs Agent              : Ordinary Agent
    Davie Blair                : Contestant on the Dating Show
    Dr. Nonookee               : The evil genius
    Fat Pool Guy               : Ordinary fat swimmer
    Kenny                      : Annoying!
    KGB Agents (Musicology/Drunk/Bartender/Bum/Jungle/Beach/Krishnas): Stay
    Lucky Life MC              : Ordinary Game Show Host
    Maitre d'                  : Snobby maitre d'
    Purser                     : I've always pictured him with a lisp...
    Onklunk Removal Specialist : Hm...He doesn't seem to like you...
    Scurvy Dog Drunks          : Drunks
    Show Manager               : Interesting...
    Swab's Cashier             : Punk!
    Witch Doctor               : Hey, at least you didn't get your head shrunk
    Wood Chopper               : Careful...
    X-Ray Guard                : Looks like he's sleeping...
    7. The Women of Leisure Suit Larry 2
    Airline Stewardess         : Ordinary Stewardess
    Airport Resturant Waitress : Ordinary greasy waitress
    Airport Barber             : She looks familiar...
    Barbara Bimbo              : Dating Show woman
    Clerks (KROD/Quiki-Mart/Molto Lira/Musicology) : Good to see more chicks in
    the workplace.
    Henchwomen                 : Workplace or killing, it's all good.
    Kalalau                    : Larry's soon to be wife...poor lass.
    Lanna Light                : Hmm...Vanna White?
    Lucky Life Show Manager    : Just a manager
    Maid                       : Hm....She seems to want you.
    Mama                       : Ewwwww
    Polyester Patty            : That'd also be you, meathead.
    8. Dying
    You should try all of these at least once, just to see them.
    1) Type in CHEAT, you don't die but it quits the game.
    2) Don't use sunscreen while sun bathing.
    3) Walk through the river instead of swinging on vines. My Favorite.
    4) Get caught by the KGB agents.
    5) While carrying the hair rejuvenator, LIGHT MATCH.
    6) Follow sexy lady on the boat.
    7) SCREW MAID when she comes into the jungle hotel room
    8) Shoplift, I like this one too, especially in the store.
    9) Exit out the top door on the boat bridge.
    10) Don't pull string while free-falling.
    11) Fall off any cliff.
    12) Don't crawl under the bee bush.
    13) Walking up to the man in Nontoonyt who is chopping wood.
    14) Walk over to the bed with Mama.
    15) Order a drink in the boat bar.
    16) Do nothing on life boat.
    9. Rankings
    The ranking is the word in the upper right corner of the screen. Your rank
    will change randomly during the game. When you beat the game you will get to
    be the BIG HERO. I got these from the Official Book of Leisure Suit Larry.
    Boor    Creep    Cretin   Dim Bulb   Dork      Dullard  Dweeb
    Hoser   Jerk     Kumquat  Lame-o     Low-life  Minion   Nerd   BIG HERO
    Nimrod  Pinhead  Putz     Schlemiel  Schmuck   Sleeze   Slug
    10. Item List
    In alphabetical order.
    (Debug Name) Item Name
      Where Found
    (?) Airplane Ticket
      It's obvious
    (bag) Airsick Bag
      Use to blow up volcano
      From seat on airplane
    (ashes) Ashes
      Use on ice
      Fire pit in village
    (bottom) Bikini Bottom
      You cross-dresser you
      Nude beach
    (top) Bikini Top
      You cross-dresser you
      Bottom of ship pool
    (pin) Bobby Pin
      Pick airplane door
      From cafe in airport
    (cruise ticket) Cruise Ticket
      It's obvious
      From winning the Dating Game
    (dollar) Dollar Bill
      Use to buy a lottery ticket
      Eve's garage (in pants)
    (flower) Flower
      To give to Buddist Kids
      Pick from jungle
    (fruit) Fruit
      Ship Room
    (soda) Grotesque Gulp
      Drink on life boat
      Buy Quiki Mart
    (rejuvenator) Hair Rejuvenator
      Use to blow up volcano
      Barber shop in airport
    (knife) Knife
      Cut parachute rope
      From the jungle restaurant
    (ticket) Lottery Ticket
      Your "winning" ticket
      Buy from Quiki Mart
    (matches) Matches
      Use to blow up volcano
      Drawer in jungle hoten room
    (?) Million Dollar Bill
      Buy various things (turns into Wad o' Dough)
      Win the lottery show
    (onklunk) Onklunk
      None. Just causes the KGB to hunt you down like a dog
      Music Store
    (pamphlet) Grin & Sin Pamphlet
      To get Ken to shut up
      Counter in airport
    (parachute) Parachute
      It's obvious
      Insurance Vending Machine in airport
    (passport) Passport
      It's obvious
      Eve's Trashcan
    (sand) Sand
      Same as ashes
      Nontoonyt Beach
    (kit) Sewing Kit
      To catch fish to eat
      Mama's room on ship
    (soap) Soap
      You cross-dresser you
      From jungle hotel bathroom
    (dip) Spinach Dip
      None. You just throw it
      Revolving Ship Bar
    (stick) Stout Stick
      Save's you from snake
      Jungle after you fall from plane
    (sunscreen) Sunscreen
      It's obvious
      Swab's Drugstore
    (swimsuit) Swimsuit
      It's obvious
      Buy for a lot of money from the Molto Lira
    (vine) Vine
      Get's you across rock
    (dough) Wad O' Dough
      It's obvious
      Million Dollar Bill turns into this after you buy swimsuit
    (wig) Wig
      So you won't get a sunburn
      Barber on ship
    11. F.A.Q
    This section is dedicated to all the questions people have asked me over the
       1) Where can I find this game?
       A: The only legal way to attain this game would be to go out and get the
    "Leisure Suit Larry Ultimate Pleasure Pack." You get Larry 1, the Larry 1
    Remake, Larry 2, Larry 3, Larry 5, Larry 6, Larry 7, the Laffer Utilities,
    Larry's Casino and the all text SoftPorn adventure.
       2) Is there a way you can bypass the copywrite protection?
       A: Yes, type in 0724 (Al Lowe's birthday) or you can go here for the
    codes: http://www.allowe.com/l-2women.htm
       3) What are all the games in the Leisure Suit Larry Series?
       A: 1st) Leisure Suit Larry: In the Land of the Lounge Lizards
          2nd) Leisure Suit Larry 2: Larry Goes Looking for Love (In serveral
    Wrong Places)
          3rd) Leisure Suit Larry 3: Passionate Patti in Pursuit of the
    Pulsating Pectorals
          4th) There isn't a Leisure Suit Larry 4. Nobody knows the true story
    but Al Lowe gives it as this, "I jealously guard [it] here at my home and
    play only on fifth Thursdays." Most believe that since at that time a game
    series had never gone four games that it might be bad luck, so Al and his
    crew just skipped four and went straight to five.
          5th) Leisure Suit Larry 5: Passionate Patti Does a Little Undercover
          6th) Leisure Suit Larry 6: Shape Up or Slip Out!
          7th) Leisure Suit Larry 7: Love for Sail
          Other) Leisure Suit Larry's Casino and The Laffer Utilities, which is
    not really a game.
    12. Hints
    Want to figure out the game by yourself, but you're stuck? Just search this
    section. The answers are written backwards.
    The Love Tub
      1) Mama attacks me! I can't even leave the room!
      Hint: You've spent too much time on the ship.
      Answer: If this continues you may have to restart
      2) I jump in the pool and drown!
      Hint: I believe Larry does now how to swim.
      Answer: .MIWS epyT
      3) Am I supposed to do something in the pool?
      Hint: Maybe if you check underwater.
      Answer: .retawrednu kcehc ot EVID epyT
    Nude Island
      1) Someone told me I have to dress up as a girl! Is this true?
      Hint: Yes, it actually is.
      2) What do I need to cross-dress?
      Hint: You need a two items.
      Answer: .smottob inikib dna pot inikib het deen uoY
      3) I am dressed as a girl but the KGB still recognize me. What now?
      Hint: Even though you have a bikini on you still look like Larry!
      Answer: .xaw ydob lluf a dna deyd riah s'yrraL deen uoY
      4) Ok I got everything and still get recognized. What's wrong?
      Hint: What do some high school girls do to get 'stares?'
      Answer: .paos ro yenom rehtie htiW . pot ruoy ffutS
      5) After passing the cliffs I still get caught!
      Hint: Are you still dressed as a woman? Would a woman in a bikini walk
    into an airport?
      Answer: .TIUS RAEW epyt ,kniht ot sesuap yrraL nehW
      1) I keep getting caught by those damn Krishna's.
      Hint: Maybe you should give them something. What do you think they'd like?
      Answer: .srewolf eht meht eviG
      2) The Customs Agent won't let me by!
      Hint: You've changed since you got your passport picture taken.
      Answer: .tuc riah ruoy teG
      3) How do I open the plane door?
      Hint: It's locked. Do you have anything that can be used as a lockpick?
      Answer: .hcnul ruoy htiw tog uoy nip eht esU
      4) I keep falling to my death!
      Hint: You did put on the parachute, didn't you?
      Answer: .DROCPIR LLUP gnillaf htiw dna pmuj uoy erofeb ETUHCARAP RAEW
    Nontoonyt Island
      1) I can't get by the bees without dying!
      Hint: Have you tried to walk around them?
      Hint: How can you go around them?
      Answer: .hsub eht rednu LWARC
      Hint: You have to follow the little monkey.
      Hint: Move a little and save constantly. Eventually you'll get by.
      Hint: Or if you want to cheat, just debug it!
      3) I'm having trouble swinging across the vines.
      Hint: You have to be very close to them.
      Hint: And you'll have to swing very quickly.
    13. Walkthrough
    Words in CAPS means type it. I don't mention it but talk to everybody.
    You start in front of Eve's house. Walk into the garage and move right until
    you can't see Larry.
    Leave the garage and go northeast to the park. Wait until you see a
    Go east and through the alley beside the bar. Continue north through another
    OPEN BIN (clue to search Eve's trash for passport)
    Walk to the hole in the wall
    Go east and enter the Quiki Mart, walk up to woman.
    Pick any six numbers. Leave the Mart and go west until you come to the TV
    Studio building. Enter it. Walk up to woman.
    Write down the six numbers she gives you. Type in the numbers she gave you
    and you win. When you get into the other room, walk over to the bench.
    Wait until a cross-dresser walks through the left door and asks you to come
    with him.
    Go through the left door. You are now participating in The Dating Connection
    Show. Answer the questions anyway you want because no matter what you win.
    When you exit the Show and find yourself back in the waiting room walk over
    to the bench.
    Wait for a woman to walk through the other door.
    ***You have to do this next part as fast as possible or your cruise boat
    will leave without you.***
    Follow her through the right door and win the Lucky Life show. The prize is
    1 Million Dollars. Now exit the TV Studio and go south and east to the Molto
    Lira store, enter and walk up to the woman.
    Walk back to the swimsuits.
    Walk to front of the counter.
    Leave the store and go west and south back to Eve's house.
    SEARCH TRASH 2 times
    Go east, east again and into the barber shop. Walk up to the chair.
    Leave the shop and go north, north and east and enter the Swab's Drugs. Walk
    over to the leftmost shelves.
    Walk to the clerk
    Leave and go north. Enter the Quiki Mart.
    Walk up to the soda machine.
    Walk over to the counter.
    Leave the Mart and walk south and west, enter the Ye Olde Musicology Shoppe.
    Walk up to the counter.
    Watch the following sceen where you learn of the story. Outside the Scurvy
    Dog you will encounter a drunk, which is actually a KGB agent in disguise.
    Don't take a drink. Continue south and east to the dock. Walk up to the man.
    Finally you can board the ship.
    The Ship
      This is the part of the game I hate. I don't like the way your supposed to
    get around the ship. Anyways, those little pixels are you. So get right and
    enter the room. Walk up to the bed-side stand.
    Go over to the door on the right.
    ***Save your game. You have to do this part real fast, if you come back into
    Larry's room and he goes to sleep, game over. If not continue on.***
    There you find, ewwwww, the game show winner's mother. Don't walk over to
    her. Go back into your room and save. Then go back into mama's room. Walk to
    the right, if a message comes up that say's "Not this time." walk over to
    the nightstand.
    Go back into your room. Walk behind the dresser so you can't see Larry.
    Leave your room and walk up the stairway. Go left and walk up that stairway.
    Go right until you enter the pool area. Walk over to the empty sun chair.
    A blonde woman will walk up and ask you to come back to your room with her.
    Don't go or you will die. After she leaves:
    Walk into the pool.
    Swim to the bottom, Very Quickly swim to the bottom where the bikini bottoms
    are lying.
    Swim back to the top and to the edge of the pool.
    Go back to your cabin and get behind the dresser again.
    Say goodbye to your cabin forever. Walk left, go up the stairs, go left
    again, walk up the next flight of stair and go up the very long stairway.
    Welcome to the Revolving Bar. Walk over to the left side of the counter.
    Leave the restaurant and walk to the bottom of the stairs, continue left.
    When you reach the barbershop walk up to the chair.
    Go right up the first set of stairs. When you reach the top go left. Welcome
    to the bridge. Go over to the panel behind the captain.
    Leave the bridge through the bottom door. Go down the stairs and right to
    the next flight of stairs. Go up halfway and then left. Walk up to the
    Make sure you do the next commands before the boat drifts off or you'll die.
    Nontoonyt Island
    Watch the following mini-movie. When you reach the island go south. This is
    the secondmost annoying part of the game. The game takes over and Larry
    wanders around for a while. When you are close to the bush in the middle of
    the screen
    You find and exit and enter a restuarant. Walk up to the man.
    Move over to the purple chair.
    Wait until you sit down at your table.
    Walk over to the buffet
    Leave the restaurant. When you enter the hotel room walk over to the
    Walk into the bathroom.
    Exit the hotel room and you wind up at the barber shop. Walk up to the
    Leave the barber shop and you enter the beach again. Go west.
    Walk over to the bikini bottoms.
    Go east and south. Leave the restaurant. When you get to the hotel room go
    up and right until you can't see Larry.
    Leave and enter the barber shop. Walk up to the chair.
    You now welcome your very first full body wax job. Does anyone think Larry
    looks better as a woman? Nah, me neither. Leave and when you get to the
    beach go east. Go east again. You now have to walk along the cliffs. It's
    kinda hard but even if you fall you won't die. When you get to end and a
    message comes up, quickly type:
    Slowly walk up to the two dancing guys.
    Go west and enter the barber shop.
    Walk up to the chair.
    Leave the barber shop and go east. Go east again. Walk up to the man.
    Go east through the gate. Stand in front of the conveyor and watch the
    little screen until you see a bomb. It's the camoflagued one.
    GET SUITCASE (wait until it's in front of you)
    Watch the mini-movie.
    Walk up to her.
    Go back east and up to the man.
    Go east through the gate and east again. Walk up to the red vending machine.
    Move to the counter.
    Go over and step on the escalator. Wait until you stop daydreaming. Go to
    the counter.
    Walk up to the man behind the counter.
    You go through the upper door. Walk down until you encounter a stewardess.
    You go east and sit down.
    Go east. Walk to the very back of the plane.
    You are sucked out of the plane.
    Walk over to the bush slowly.
    Go south. Walk under the tree until you are attacked by a large snake.
    USE STICK (when he gets close to you)
    Go east. This is a frustrating part. See the monkey? Follow the trail he
    goes. If you lose him. Save. Move a little bit, if you don't get in
    quicksand. Save again. Continue like this until you get to the end. You end
    up by a river. Walk over the the rock and save again. Slow down the speed a
    smidge and it's easier to type grab vine once and keep hitting F3 and
    *FAST* GRAB VINE 3 or 4 times.
    Walk up to the hanging vine.
    Go east and watch the mini-movie. Go south and east to the firepit.
    Go south to the beach.
    Get back to the chasm and stand at the edge.
    Follow the path until you reach the glacier.
    Continue up the path until you come along a crevice.
    When the elevator door opens, go over and enter it. Congradulations you just
    beat Leisure Suit Larry 2.
    14. Try These
    In Los Angeles
    a) LOOK AT THE SIDEWALK outside of the Molto Lira
    b) Watch for the eyeball in the knothole by the Quiki-Mart
    c) RELIEVE YOURSELF in the alley (Walk as close as possible to the far side
    of the dumpster, then go east and touch the Quiki-Mart)
    d) Watch the clerk in Swab's pick his nose
    e) LOOK AT CLERK in every store
    f) RELIEVE YOURSELF on the glacier (Walk in the opening at the lower left
    corner until you are hidden. Walk north until you stop, and then east again)
    On Boat
    a) *SAVE GAME BEFORE* Eat Spinch Dip
    b) LOOK AT MOTHER when you meat her
    c) RELIEVE YOURSELF in the pool
    b) Watch the waitress at the Snack Bar fix her underwear
    c) GET SUITCASE after they have already passes and it reads 'Message'
    Island of Nontoonyt
    a) Look at the rock formations while at the bee screen
    b) LOOK AT HUTS in the village
    15. Point List
    GET DOLLAR            3
    LOOK JOGGER           1
    LOOK HOLE             1
    WIN LOTTERY          10
    SIT                   1
    WIN DATE             20
    GET MONEY             7
    BUY SWIMSUIT          5
    PAY SWIMSUIT          3
    GET PASSPORT          5
    GET HAIRCUT           3
    GET SUNCREEN          9
    GET SODA              5
    PAY SODA              3
    GET ONKLUNK           7
    GET ON SHIP           9
    GET FRUIT             3
    GET SEWING KIT        6
    WEAR SUNSCREEN        3
    LIE DOWN              3
    GET BIKINI TOP        7
    WEAR SUNSCREEN        3
    GET WIG               3
    GET DIP               2
    PULL LEVER            8
    GET IN LIFEBOAT       7
    WEAR WIG              5
    THROW DIP             2
    WEAR SUNSCREEN        5
    SURVIVING            20
    GET FLOWER            3
    SIT RESTAURANT        1
    GET TABLE             1
    GET KNIFE             3
    GET MATCHES           2
    GET SOAP              2
    GET HAIR DONE         3
    WEAR BIKINI           5
    STUFFING TOP         12
    GET BODY WAX          3
    PASSING KGB          12
    WEAR SUIT             6
    GIVE FLOWERS          7
    LOOK AT BARBER        3
    GET HAIRCUT           3
    SHOW PASSPORT         5
    GET BOMB             20
    BUY TICKET            5
    BUY FOOD AND PIN      7
    BUY PARACHUTE         3
    GET PAMPHLET         11
    SHOW TICKET           3
    GET AIRSICK BAG       5
    GIVE PAMPHLET         8
    WEAR PARACHUTE        4
    PICK LOCK             5
    OPEN PLANE DOOR       6
    CUT PARACHUTE         8
    GET STICK             4
    MEET FATHER          25
    GET ASHES             6
    GET SAND              3
    THROW VINE           11
    MAKE BOMB            20
    ENTER ELEVATOR       30
                 TOTAL  500
    16. Maps
    Maps in order of what is visited first.
    ----   -----   -------
    ----   -----   -------
           ----                     ------
          |DESK|                   |INSIDE|
           ----                     ------
            |                         |
    --    ----   ------   -----    -----   ------
    --    ----   ------   -----    -----   ------
      |     |      |  --     |         |       |
      |     |      | |IN|    |         |       |
       \    |      |  --     |         |      /
        \   |      |  |      |         |     /
         -----   ------   -------     ----- /
         -----   ------   -------     -----
           |       |         |         |
         ----    ------   ------    ----         ----
        |PARK|--|JOGGER|-|D.TOWN|--|BARS|       |SHIP|
         ----    ------   ------    ----         ----
           |         ------  |     /            /
           |        |INSIDE| |    /     --------
           |         ------  |   /     |BOARDING|
           |            |    |  /       --------
           |             \   | /       /
         -----   ------   ------   ----
         -----   ------   ------   ----
    Ship, Not doing this one. It's pretty easy to navigate.
                                                     |      -------
                  ------                         -------
                 |BARBER|                       |WALKWAY|
                  ------                         -------
                     |                               |
                    ----   ----   ----   -------   ----
                    ----   ----   ----   -------   ----
                           | OUTSIDE |
    -----    -------   ---   -----
    |BEACH|   -------   ---   -----
    -----          |
    ----------   ------   -----
    ----------   ------   -----
    Airplane, This one is simple to navigate too.
    ----        -----
    |TREE|      |CLIFF|
    ----        -----
       |           |
    ----          |
    |BEES|       -----   ----   -------------
    ----       |TRIBE|-|FIRE|-|CHOPPING WOOD|
       |         -----   ----   -------------
    -----   ------       |
    |SNAKE|-|QUICK-|      |
    -----  |SAND  |      |
             ------       |  -----
                   |       -|BEACH|
                 -----      /-----
    Debug Numbers:
    (9) Boss Key
    (10) Phone Numbers
    (11) KROD Building
    (12) HollyWood
    (13) Alley
    (14) Quiki Mart Building
    (15) Music Building
    (16) Molto Lira Building
    (17) Brown Derby Building
    (18) Swabs Building
    (19) Park
    (20) Jogger Screen
    (21) Down Town Area
    (22) Bars Screen
    (23) Eve's House
    (24) U. Studios
    (25) Barber Building
    (26) Dock
    (27) Boarding Ramp
    (28) Dream Woman
    (31) Ship Map
    (32) Larry's Ship Room
    (33) Mamma's Room
    (34) Ship Pool
    (35) Revolving Bar
    (36) Ship Bridge
    (37) Ship Barber
    (38) Life Boats
    (40) Jungle
    (41) Nude Beach
    (42) Survive Beach
    (43) Restaurant
    (44) Hotel
    (45) Jungle Barber
    (47) KGB Beach
    (48) Cliff
    (50) Outside Airport
    (51) Airport Hall
    (52) Airport Desk
    (53) Airport Gate
    (54) Luggage Conveyer
    (55) Airport Cafe
    (56) Airport Walkway
    (57) Ticket Counter
    (58) Airlock
    (61) Airplane 1
    (62) Airplane 2
    (63) Airplane 3
    (64) Falling 1
    (86) Falling 2
    (70) Trees
    (71) Bee Bush
    (72) Snake
    (73) Quicksand
    (74) Vines
    (75) Beach
    (76) Tribe Village
    (77) Firepit
    (78) Chopping Wood
    (79) Cliff
    (80) Plant
    (81) Glacier
    (82) Elevator
    (83) Fall Elevator
    (84) Confrontation
    (85) Rolling Stairs
    (86) Running Naked
    (90) Title Screen
    (91) Mowing Lawn/Opening Screen
    (91) Introduction 1
    (92) Introduction 2
    (95) Blond Woman
    (96) KGB Death
    (99) Blank/Start
    (101) Inside KROD
    (102) Green Room
    (103) Dating Room
    (104) Lottery Room
    (114) Inside Quiki Mart
    (115) Inside Music
    (116) Inside Molto Lira
    (118) Inside Swabs
    (125) Inside Barbers
    (131) Descending
    (138) Boat
    (151) Airport Barber
    (181) Rock
    17. Debugging
    Teleport: <TP>, <(ROOM #)>
    Get object: <GET ???>
    Lose object: <PITCH ???>
    Writes note.log (writes everything you type): <MAKE NOTE>
    Show Time: <SHOW TIMER>
    Show Grid: <SHOW GRID>
    Coordinates of ego: <SHOW EGO>
    List Options: <HELP ME>
    Show control: (ALT+C)
    Show Fragmenting: (ALT+F)
    Show Memory: (ALT+M)
    Show Priority: (ALT+P)
    Show Room Number: (ALT+R)
    Regains typing during movies: (ALT+I)
    Exit: (ALT+Z)
    Move instandly: (Ctrl+Click)
    Show mouse coordinates: (Shift+Click)
    18. Submission Guidelines
    If you'd like to submit something send it to <syrain@hotmail.com> with the
    subject heading "LARRY 2" or you can email me if you just want to comment,
    gripe, or send spelling errors. I WILL NOT answer an email if the answer is
    in this guide or the email is a marriage proposal, I'm just not ready for
    that step.
    19. Credits
    Thanks go out to the following:
    Al Lowe <www.allowe.com> first and foremost for creating a great series.
    Half Thanks:
    The Sierra Crew for letting Al Lowe create a great series, but for not
    letting him continue the series with Leisure Suit Larry 8.
    20. Legal Information
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    will most likely give you permission.
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    or used for profit, as a whole or as a part.
    All is copyrighted by it's respective owners.
    Walkthrough COPYRIGHTED 1994 by Sabin Rene Figaro (Jonathan McCoppin)

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