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Leisure Suit Larry: Reloaded Android version pulled to fix error

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The Android version of Leisure Suit Larry: Reloaded has been pulled from Google Play after the team discovered an error, publisher Replay Games announced this morning.

A representative for Replay said the version of Reloaded that went live yesterday contained an unspecified error, and had to be taken down to fix.

"Replay is hard at work to correct the issue and at this time there is no confirmed day for when the Android version will now release," the representative said in a statement.

When contacted for additional comment, the representative told Polygon that he could not provide any more details on the error.

"Unfortunately, I don't have any additional information," the representative said. "Replay said the Android version will go live when it's ready, but there isn't a timetable for that."

Leisure Suit Larry: Reloaded, a remake of 1987 game Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards, was funded through Kickstarter in May 2012 and originally slated to launch on May 31, 2013. The game, scored by Journey composer Austin Wintory, was delayed and launched at midnight on June 27 for Windows PC and Mac. The Android and iOS versions launched on July 17, and a physical retail version is slated to be released sometime this month.