is a computer game set in a bar and takes its name from the term "Last Call", which is made at the end of the evening before closing time.
Last Call puts you in the role of a bartender
It was released in 2000, developed by CutlerCreative and published by Simon and Schuster.
The player takes on the role of a bartender and has to keep a varied range of customers happy by serving them drinks and cocktails, both accurately and swiftly. There is a large collection of drink bottles below the bar as well as accessories such as a blender and plenty of ice cubes, mixers such as soda and bitters, and other ingredients like sugar and lemon slices.
The game is light hearted in nature and the customers are rather comical, including a superhero, a talking rat and even a leather-clad dominatrix. The player has to check the ID of the customers before taking their order, with the game ending should they accidentally serve someone who is underage. A bouncer is on hand should an underage drinker prove reluctant to leave.
At the outset, the customer's requests are quite simple, but on later levels they grow progressively more complicated, such as for exotic cocktails, and they leave if they are kept waiting. The player does have a cocktail recipe book on hand should they get stuck.
The aim is to get as many tips as possible, which are obtained through serving the drinks quickly, getting the orders correct and occasionally flirting with customers of the opposite sex (the player being able to specify their gender at the outset.)