Leisure Luit Larry - Reloaded (WinXP)
Although there is a native Linux port, it is still not available here on GoG for some reason, just like many other existing Linux ports of games sold here.
It's a good remake and very faithful to the original. I'd have changed the control system but they kept the old one. The graphics are good, for some reason they changed some of the girls significantly though. Eve isn't a black beauty anymore but rather a mix. The diseased hooker isn't black anymore either and instead of the unattractive old one, she is now Russian and really horribly disgusting. They added a swimmer, took away the christian cross around Faith's neck, added some small bits of content and made some minor changes in the puzzles.
The major improvement is that you don't have to replay from your last save (which was sometimes already doomed) but get set back in time to the last moment before the point of no return.
Technically, it's flawed, because like many others, the native mode doesn't have any FPS limiter and lets your GPU run on max, creating as many frames as possible and heating it up extremely. I had to fix the shortcut to force openGL so that this doesn't happen, it still needed too way much performance for such a simple game though. It obviously wasn't optimized very well, at least the Windows port.
Another bad thing about it is the repeated mentioning of the Kickstarter. It would have sufficed to mention this in the credits, but they go on and on about it. Kickstarter backers are written on a wall, some monologues of the narrator are about it suddenly in game and Al Lowe himself mentions it again right after beating the game and before showing the backers in the credits. This game isn't about immersion at all anyway, but they have taken this too far.
I'd recommend it to fans of the old adventures of the 80s that are happy to get rid of some of the major flaws of this time. Wait until GoG has all ports though or buy it somewhere where you get the Linux port with it. List