Leisure Suit Larry 6: Shape Up or Slip Out!
DOS - 1993
Also available on: Mac
Description of Leisure Suit Larry 6: Shape Up or Slip Out!
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Graf von was-geht-sie-das-an 2018-08-10 0 point DOS version
Whats the thelephone nummer from the girl ?
Dain XVI 2017-09-04 0 point DOS version
I have a win XP and DOSbox. "version 0.74" LSL6 is a GOOD!!!. Yap, yap, yap and yap.
Jesse 2017-05-21 -1 point DOS version
Which file within the folder would I choose in order to run the game?
Beholdereye 2014-12-21 1 point DOS version
To install on Windows 7, I was able to go into Disk 1 folder, and launch setup.exe. Then when prompted to insert disk 2, an address bar pops up, enter the file location of disk 2 (careful, there is a character limit - I ended up copying disk2-6 to my desktop to shorten the location). Then, just change the foldername each time you're prompted.
computer challanged 2014-08-18 0 point DOS version
To install this is what I did and got lucky.
I burned the unzipped files onto a cd.
When I insert a CD it is on my "E" drive
In Disk 1 I clicked set up and it pulled up the a:/ whatever it said here/ disk 1. I changed the a: to e: and pressed enter.
Each time the next prompt popped up I had to change the disk # to the next disk and press enter. Did it for all and it worked.
Aiijuin 2014-08-04 0 point DOS version
Been working to get this installed on my Win7, 32-bit system ALL DAY! Followed several different sets of directions from this site, Vogons forums recommendations, and even the Sierrahelp webpage - helped the original disk 1 files to mount properly. However, there is NOTHING - no code in DOSBox that makes this game install the other five disks as Possum had said. I even tried the DOC file recommendation inside the zip, but they don't work either. I'm not a newbie to DOS, been on computers since the before the Commodore 64 was released and programming in those batch file command prompts until Windows XP was invented, but nothing makes this game install beyond mounting the first disk and running it. The setup for LSL6 NEVER asks for the second disk, nor any of the others, and the other disk files #2-6 do not contain anything executable - no .bat files, no config files, nothing. All of my other abandonware files work fine with D-Fend. D-Fend doesn't work here, only DOSBox.
moppet 2013-12-20 0 point DOS version
i have gotten every single DOS game i have found running on scummvm... except this one... how?!? can any one help me please?
Joe D. 2013-09-14 0 point DOS version
not bad though it's an early version without spoken texts and low res. There used to be a version with spoken texts and a somewhat higher resolution which came on CD.
WeeWee 2013-04-05 0 point DOS version
i need help in installing this game... i tried everything in Possum's comment but got nothing
Steerpike 2013-01-19 0 point DOS version
Thanks for the help Possum it did the trick for me.
If anyone else is still having problems let me know and I will give you a step by step guide.
Phil - You need to install dropbox
Possum 2012-09-21 0 point DOS version
I noticed some of you have no idea how to install this on Dosbox so I will explain how I did it.
First I make a directory I can mount as my A drive, for me this is D:\DOS\ADRIVE.
Then I copied the files for disk1 into this directory, and mounted it using mount A D:\DOS\ADRIVE -t floppy in dosbox.
Then you just go to A: and type install, when it asks for disk 2, etc you delete the files in ADRIVE and replace with the next disk's files. Rinse and repeat. Hope this helps.
experienced gamer 2012-07-27 0 point DOS version
The creator of this file tried to emulate the original game, which required 6 manually changeable disks. The problem is that there are no clear instructions on how this is done using this unzipped file, only some incoherent gibberish about substituting A: a B: drives, which might actually do something useful if it was comprehensible.
jerkstore 2012-07-26 0 point DOS version
how the hell do you set this game up? everything's divided into six friggin' folders
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