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Are you hurt? Because you apparently just fell from the sky. Um, my place or your's, angel?

Leisure Suit Larry's Greatest Hits and Misses!, a collection of six adventures that will have you looking for love (in all the wrong places), is available on GOG.com, for only $9.99.

Hey, who is a babe like you doing in a place like this? The correct answer is Larry, by the way. Larry Laffer. Aroused to meet you. I have to confess something: I lost my virginity. Can I have yours? You know, I'm a man, you're a woman--just do the math. By the way, those are very nice legs. What time do they open? Seriously, I'm not Fred Flintstone, but I can make your bed rock. Oh, come on! I'm doing you a favor. I know people who know people who could get you in touch with people who can get you into the movie industry. That's right babe, daddy can make you a star! So, where are we going, your place? What do you mean "stop following you"? This wouldn't be much of a date if I did. What are you talking about, what restraining order? Oh yeah, like that could ever get in the way of true love! You're breaking my heart. Seriously, I will never recover from such loss. Damn. Another one gone. And she was like a solid five. Maybe even a slightly outdated six. Oh, hi! Who is a babe like you doing in a place like this?

Leisure Suit Larry's Greatest Hits and Misses! is your first exclusive chance to play the long lost Leisure Suit Larry 4: The Lost Floppies! Not. Just kidding, the infamous floppies are still missing, and the fourth game of the series remains Al Lowe's sweet mystery. The package, however, includes the following classic adventure games from the chronicles of the wannabe notorious womanizer, Larry Laffer:
-Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards (both the original and the VGA version!)[i]
-Leisure Suit Larry Goes Looking For Love (In Several Wrong Places)
-Leisure Suit Larry III: Passionate Patti in Pursuit of the Pulsating Pectorals!
-Leisure Suit Larry 5: Passionate Patti Does a Little Undercover Work!
-Leisure Suit Larry 6: Shape Up Or Slip Out[/i]
But that's not all. From GOG.com, the company that likes it cheap and unprotected, you would expect something extra, now wouldn't you? Especially with our milestone 500th release. Something that would make you blush (with excitement). That's why, with the Larry games' collection we give you its spiritual (if that word is even remotely appropriate here) predecessor:
-Softporn Adventure

Are you ready for the ultimate conquest? Don't forget to use your breath spray to feel fresh, minty, and attractive as you take part in Leisure Suit Larry's Greatest Hits and Misses!, for only $9.99.
Congratulations on your 500th release, and a good one it is. Yet another great perver...I mean diversion to pass time. I already bought this on CD, but I decided to buy it again here. It's that good. We waited with bated breath to find out who would get the honor of being 500, and with everybody's favorite lovable pervert winning the title, I couldn't be happier. Now I'm off to play LSL and head to the Land Of The Lounge Lizards to find Passionate Patty and enjoy a little Softporn Adventure.
Post edited January 20, 2013 by ZapMcRaygunn
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DCT: Well I'm sure they would love to get Lucasarts on board but that is ultimately up to Lucasarts and to a extent Disney
Steam has the LucasArts games. So, I guess it depends more on GOG's willingness to pay whatever price is being asked, unless Steam got an exclusivity contract. But I hate Steam and would like to buy the games from GOG.
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DCT: Well I'm sure they would love to get Lucasarts on board but that is ultimately up to Lucasarts and to a extent Disney
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gsreis: Steam has the LucasArts games. So, I guess it depends more on GOG's willingness to pay whatever price is being asked, unless Steam got an exclusivity contract. But I hate Steam and would like to buy the games from GOG.
It's less about Steam exclusivity and more about LA's attempts to embrace their backlog being extremely short-lived. There's been a lot of turnover there, and nobody in charge of decision-making seems to care about the backlog as much as the guy running things back in 2009 (when Monkey Island SE and Tales were announced, and the adventure bundle appeared on Steam) did. Most of 'em have been pretty pro-DRM as well, IIRC.
Best release so far on 2013.
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Kabus: Best release so far on 2013.
For me it's Larry and the Avernum complete collection.
It really is only the LOW RES Version of Larry 6...what a shame...the SVGA is so so so much better...
Post edited January 22, 2013 by turrican17
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turrican17: the SVGA is so so so much better...
High-res cleavage! =P
I'm kinda ashamed of having never played the LSL series... Soon this will be corrected, as I'll buy this by the first 50% off promo. :)
Post edited January 22, 2013 by taczillabr
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taczillabr: I'm kinda ashamed of having never played the LSL series... Soon this will be corrected, as I'll buy this by the first 50% off promo. :)
I only played the first (EGA) and maybe part of one of the sequels. Don't remember it too well. I'm curious to see how the humor holds up today.
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kalirion: Hmm, wonder if it still works....

Edit: Nevermind, LSL 5 is the only supported game
Do other old GOGs still have the "manual search" copy protections? Lands of Lore for instance?
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keeveek: It really depends on a game. For example, for Incredible Machine, you can click on anything, and you will play the game. In some games it's not removed.

Sometimes it can't be removed, because manual copy protection is inside the game (like part of the story).

I would like to see GOG removing such things if possible, but I don't demand it - I understand this may be sometimes very hard or impossible (GOG doesn't have access to source codes)
Whether you have the source code doesn't really matter at all if you have the tools and hacking skills. I remember way back on the C64 figuring out how to redo all the password codes from the codewheel in Pool of Radiance... while the game was running, using the Super Snapshot machine language debugger. Granted some games will be much harder than that, but it's just a matter of altering a few bytes to make the logic of the copy protection reverse itself, source code doesn't enter into it at all because you're not compiling anything. And I don't know what tools there are nowadays for PC programs, but some way obviously exists, software is hacked all the time.