Leisure Suit Larry's Casino is a casino simulation game for the PC developed and released by Sierra On-Line in 1998. It was the last released Larry title which Al Lowe was directly involved in until he was hired to work on Leisure Suit Larry: Reloaded.
Leisure Suit Larry's Casino offers 5 casino games, 3 party games, a full gift shop, 3 restaurants, 3 bars, and a few surprises. It also featured an online component which allowed for players to upgrade their hotel room, and participate in other online-only activities.
The player can choose to play the game online or offline. Offline play is considered “practice mode” and is limited to only the five casino games, while online mode connected to the now-defunct World Opponent Network service, which included the slot machines, four extra party games, and a virtual store.
Larrybucks are the currency used at the casino. They are used to play the casino games and purchase items at the gift shops and restaurants. If the player loses all of their Larrybucks when the game is offline, the game will restore them, but if the player is online, they will have to earn more by playing one of four party games.
References in future Leisure Suit Larry gamesEdit
One of the slot machines references this cancelled game.
It is mentioned that Larry Laffer had a casino, but it shut down.