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  • Summary: No obstacle will keep me away from my beloved, my Faith, not even the wild and untamed islands of Kalau’a. Those lovely island ladies can only distract me for so long as my heart’s compass only points in one direction - Faith!
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 7 out of 12
  2. Negative: 0 out of 12
  1. Oct 28, 2020
    91
    One of the best point 'n' click adventures of recent years, a worthy continuation of Sierra's classic Leisure Suit Larry games.
  2. Dec 7, 2020
    90
    If you like Leisure Suit Larry games, you’ll love Wet Dreams Dry Twice for hitting every mark you expect from the series, accompanied by a strong story and modern-day identity all its own.
  3. Nov 9, 2020
    88
    Certainly not one of the general gaming public… but if you like your smutty games less explicit and more tongue in cheek(s)… then this might just tickle your fancy. For those who are old enough to remember the originals, there are a few small moments of nostalgia but then much like Larry (and Austin Powers) you have to remind yourself that this is a more modern and considerate world we live in and you can still have your smutty jokes… you just might have to work a bit harder to get them. Perhaps wait till it’s on special though unless you are a die hard fan.
  4. Jan 15, 2021
    75
    Wet Dreams Dry Twice is a solid sequel to 2018’s entry. Some unfortunate polish issues and inconsistent puzzle difficulty stop it being great. Larry is the same oblivious, sexist, backwards thinking womaniser he’s always been but this adventure might help him grow… might!
  5. Mar 1, 2021
    65
    If you ignore a few heavy-handed plotlines, half the jokes and an absurd ending sequence, Wet Dreams Dry Twice is a fun adventure, and a big improvement over the previous game, Wet Dreams Don’t Dry.
  6. Jan 5, 2021
    65
    Wet Dreams Dry Twice is an okay sequel to the reboot of a genre-classic series and its faithfulness to old-school sensibilities is both a strength and a weakness. While the humor is a bit too juvenile for my taste, it does manage to elicit some laughs every now and then. On the other hand, players wanting a fresher take on design and writing might want to look elsewhere.
  7. Nov 2, 2020
    50
    By no means the worst in this unfortunate line of adventure games, Leisure Suit Larry: Wet Dreams Dry Twice has forgotten what makes a Leisure Suit Larry game fun. What's that? Well, apart from puzzles that don't drag out so freaking long, a Larry game mostly needs that kind of naughty humour that's less about penis-shaped props, and way-too-obvious dirty jokes, and more about the loser protagonist's lust getting him into all sorts of crazy situations.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 5 out of 6
  2. Negative: 0 out of 6
  1. Jan 1, 2021
    10
    Great game, great puzzles. Point’n’Click adventures with intelligent puzzles and such a high production value are a rarity these days. OfGreat game, great puzzles. Point’n’Click adventures with intelligent puzzles and such a high production value are a rarity these days. Of course, some people probably won’t like the crude humor but all in all Wet Dreams Dry Twice is even better than the first part.

    I’m giving it a full 10 score instead of a deserved 9 to even things out at least a little: Because same as with the first part, some people just seem to dislike the game because the creator of the originals involved (Al Lowe) wasn‘t involved in its development.
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  2. Nov 2, 2020
    10
    I think this game is awesome. Even better than the last one Wet Dreams Don´t Dry.
    I have the feeling, that people who write all the negative
    I think this game is awesome. Even better than the last one Wet Dreams Don´t Dry.
    I have the feeling, that people who write all the negative reviews don´t like adventure games in general. If you don´t, just download a shooter or whatever, but don´t flame a Larry Adventure for what it is: A Larry adventure.
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  3. Nov 1, 2020
    9
    Even though the game has a few small bugs that still need to be refined (nothing gamebreaking) the overall experience and humor is great! TheEven though the game has a few small bugs that still need to be refined (nothing gamebreaking) the overall experience and humor is great! The game is well done and designed but doesn't take itself too seriously at times.

    The plot thickens towards the end and especially some of the last sequences were nothing short of a masterpiece. Even better than the first game overall in my opinion.

    Only bad things that make it fall short of a 10 for me is the few minor bugs that could be polished and there were a few puzzles which were a bit unfair towards the player but brilliant none the less :)
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  4. Oct 26, 2020
    8
    Very good game, must-have for every fan of classic Sierra point & click adventure games.
  5. Oct 26, 2020
    8
    Loved it. Really don't know where the low scores come from, since this is equally as good as the previous game. I even prefer thisLoved it. Really don't know where the low scores come from, since this is equally as good as the previous game. I even prefer this installment, since it's a tad longer and I'm a sucker for caribbean-style island settings in adventures. Is it as good as Larry 7? Nope. Nothing is. But this ain't far behind. I think there's a demo. Try it yourself! Expand
  6. Nov 10, 2020
    5
    Used to love all the old lsl games, along with SQ, PQ, Monkey Island...basically anything SCUMM. The nostalgia of those games kept meUsed to love all the old lsl games, along with SQ, PQ, Monkey Island...basically anything SCUMM. The nostalgia of those games kept me interested and invested in playing this game for about 30 mins.

    As much as I'd liked to have enjoyed this game it just didn't have the spark, the character or humor that made these original titles so much fun. Half way through some new character's drawn out introductory monologue I realized I was not only bored but I just didn't care about larry anymore.... :(

    This isn't a bad point and click adventure by any means, it just feels a little hand-holdy, slow and devoid of whatever that special spark is.
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