• Marion Choufa

Review: Leisure Suite Larry: Wet Dreams Dry Twice

Reviewed on: PS4

Publisher: Assemble Entertainment

Developer: CrazyBunch

Available on: PC/Mac/XB/PS/NS

As the direct sequel of Leisure Suit Larry Wet Dreams Don’t Dry , Wet Dreams Dry Twice a will put you again in the shoes of our favourite Casanova. Initially released in 2020 on PC and MacOS, the game was released on consoles in May 2021. For the occasion, I had the chance to play the game on PS4. Is the game as good as its predecessor? Let’s find out!

The point ’n click is the 9th opus of the saga. In this episode, Larry has to find his loved one, Faith, while resisting the many temptations that’ll cross his path. You start the adventure where you left it in the last episode, on Cancùm island. Even though the events of the previous game are explained to you by El famoso El Rey, it is better to have played the previous game.


Like many 90’s games, Wet Dreams Dry Twice is a point ’n click where you’ll have to interact with your environment and solve puzzles in order to progress. Even though the gameplay is not revolutionary, some puzzles are still quite tricky and enjoyable. Thus, you’ll have to move from scene to scene and sometimes try to interact with any objects in your inventory hoping that something happens.

Apart from its good visual identity, what defines Wet Dreams Dry Twice (and the identity of Leisure Suit Larry in general) is definitely its salacious humour. I don’t think there is one scene that doesn’t have a representation of genitalia. But this is what makes the game's charm and I think it’s pretty obvious from the start that you’ll find a lot of sexual jokes. You’ve been warned!



When it comes to the controls, I didn’t really have any difficulty moving around or interacting with objects/people. Of course the gameplay is surely way more pleasant when played with a mouse. Apart from that, the dubbing is well made and is available in English and German. However, I encountered some bugs at the beginning of the game while playing in French (is it linked to the settings? I don’t know).

Finally, Leisure Suite Larry - Wet Dreams Dry Twice is an entertaining and fun point ’n click. The game is a decent romp (expect 7-8 hours to complete the game) but doesn’t really innovate. If you like point ’n click games, salacious humour and tricky puzzles, then this game is for you!

7/10