[REVIEW] Leisure Suit Larry: Wet Dreams Dry Twice – Cum again?

Hey kids, are you ready for another lewd review on Instakilled? And by that, I mean a real NSFW one. You know, the kind that you wouldn’t feel comfortable reading in public. Well, have I got something for you, and so do CrazyBunch and Assemble Entertainment. The Leisure Suit Larry series is back for a second cumming after a huge dry spell. In Wet Dreams Dry Twice, Larry Laffer – the sleaziest midlifer Sierra has ever given us – picks up his shenanigans where he left off in Wet Dreams Don’t Dry. But is there still a little spunk leftover in this story? I’ll try to explain in the most smutty way because I know you like it. Yeah, you do…

For starters, let me check a few things first. *Ahum*… Which one of The Bangles would you rather tap? What does the M in MTV actually stand for? How many gigabytes of data can a floppy disk store? Well?… Alright, that last one was a stinker, but if you’re able to answer all of these questions, you know damn well who Larry Laffer is. I mean, Larry was Sierra’s attempt to give a little edge to the point-and-click genre. That little bit of smegma to the otherwise immaculate dingdong. Everything had to look like a dick or a pair of honkers. And the dialogue… let’s just say that Larry was quite the ambiguous fella.

So how does this pan out in the year 2021, the year of extreme political correctness? That’s to be seen. The German developers at CrazyBunch sure seem to be well aware of Larry’s improper heritage. Removing all of his tongue-in-cheek oneliners would ruin the entire series, so CrazyBunch just didn’t. Big relief. Instead, Wet Dreams Dry Twice pokes a little fun at it, pointing out its indecency. Does that cum as a big surprise? Of course, it doesn’t! If you’ve played the previous game – Wet Dreams Don’t Dry – you know that it doesn’t shy away from controversy. After devoting an entire sequence to Donald Trump and his “grab ’em by the pussy” rhetoric, Wet Dreams Dry Twice actually dials the lewdness down a notch.

But I digress. As I said, Wet Dreams Dry Twice picks up where Wet Dreams Don’t Dry left off. Larry is about to get married to some gal he never met after proclaiming a heroic status in Cancum. Because that’s what happens when you blow a villa to smithereens, apparently. Larry’s fine with it though, as long as he gets laid. Only after figuring out that his blonde crush Faith has survived the aforementioned explosion and is now adrift in the ocean, Larry ditches his bride-to-be. After setting sail and ending up in the same thunderstorm that Faith encountered, Larry is stranded on a tropical island with many double entendres and weird collectible items. Oh boy, here we go again…

The gist of the game is basically like any other Larry game. You walk around, have sexually loaded conversations, and pick up everything that isn’t nailed down. And by that, I mean everything, even if it doesn’t make any sense. Why? Because the game is all about puzzling and most of the items form a piece in the puzzle somehow. To make things complicated, items sometimes need to be combined to make them work. The thing is that the developers have quite a bit of imagination. Figuring out what exactly needs to go where can be a real stretch. Wet Dreams Don’t Dry had me frantically trying to piece things together to the point that I just gave up sometimes. This sequel is more forgiving. The addition of a blueprint app for your PiPhone makes certain things a lot easier. At least you know what to look for.

The other convenient addition is a task list. I know this sounds lame, but the previous game didn’t have any, and coming back to it after a few weeks had me figuring out what I was supposed to do. In fact, that PiPhone really is your best buddy in the game. Even though it has lost a couple of apps in the update, this thingamajig helps you fast travel, manage your inventory, and review your Instacrap status. Unfortunately, CrazyBunch kinda goes haywire near the end by chucking you into a stupid maze, making you whip out your Pi every damn second. Come to think of it, Wet Dream Dry Twice really loses its stiffness before the climax. In comparison to Wet Dreams Don’t Dry, this sequel feels like a fluffed-up boner. It’s still a boner, just not as impressive as the first one.

I think it’s got a lot to do with the general setting and the characters. Admittedly, the reoccurring cameos are delightful and quite a few newcummers are cleverly thought out. But that antagonist – this Korean, PSY-lookin’ media mogul – just doesn’t excite me. It felt a little forced, non-consensual if I may say so. I don’t really get why the story had to include this Korean dude. Maybe because of diversity, I don’t know. All I know is that it really took the pace out of the game for me. But it might work for you. I’ll just stick to the grown-up version of Dora the Explorer, who’s remarkably flexible in this game if you know what I mean…

If I had to draw a cumclusion, Leisure Suit Larry: Wet Dreams Dry Twice is an okay sequel to Larry’s cumback in 2018. It isn’t really doing anything new when it cums to storytelling and some jokes might even become a little spermicidal, but that’s pretty much what we could’ve expected. The addition of a few new elements make the game less tedious, apart from some horribly constructed puzzles. If you’re a life-long fan of Larry Laffer and you’re in for a bunch of tits and dick jokes, you’ll have plenty of material to stick around for. Like jizz on a hairy upper leg.

You know what, I’ll give it a 69 just for the fun of it. And a +1 because I can. Shaking off that last drop, baby…

Sloppy seconds, but still recummended
The Turn-ons
Lewd and cheesy jokes will still make a grown-ass man chuckle
Puzzles are still tough to figure out, but new apps help out a lot
Visually appealing (and not just because of the sexual content, you sleazeball!)
The Boner Killers
Some puzzles are total cock-blockers
The game loses its rigidity before the climax
The story (and a few new characters) feel flaccid in comparison to the previous game
7