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The Game of Love will be like Milton Bradley's Game of Life, only instead of being most prosperous, the winner has the nicest partner.
SPaces will be marked "Blind Date" "Feeling the Spark -- move one space" "Engagement -- move two spaces." "Nightmare Date -- move back two spaces" . "Break Up -- Lose
a turn." and so on
Much more intriguing than the stocks and bank accounts that are the backbone of the MB Co.'s Game of Life, don'tcha think?
Assert with love
Similar game, baked. [pottedstu, Nov 09 2001, last modified Oct 05 2004]
Dates & Mates
What Sparki says, near enough. [pottedstu, Nov 09 2001, last modified Oct 05 2004]
More limited, I've played this and it's like Cluedo with a pink telephone. [pottedstu, Nov 09 2001, last modified Oct 05 2004]
Body of Evidence game
Irrelevant, but I thought it might be a spin-off from the Madonna movie. It isn't. [pottedstu, Nov 09 2001, last modified Oct 05 2004]
"The ultimate intimate adult board game". Possibly more fun than strip Yahtzee, but no guarantees. [pottedstu, Nov 09 2001, last modified Oct 05 2004]
Blocked by my work's proxy server, but seem to be a few adult board game thingies. [pottedstu, Nov 09 2001, last modified Oct 05 2004]
Lots more games, and advice on inventing and marketing your own. [pottedstu, Nov 09 2001, last modified Oct 05 2004]
Make your own monopoly
Could you collect husbands, build good habits into them, and collect not money but lurrve? [pottedstu, Nov 09 2001, last modified Oct 05 2004]
Strip Twister on the lawn
Tooting my own horn [hello_c, Nov 09 2001, last modified Oct 05 2004]
||Lots of games themed around love, dating and sex already exist. Dates & Mates looks closest to what Sparki says, but you might prefer tdcgames' Bachelorette Party Game (if you don't have any censorware in place on your computer, see their web page). The only one I've played is Dream Phone, a dating game for 10 year old girls, which is limited to identifying boys from clues, but seems inexplicably popular with its target market.
||Welcome back, though, Sparki.
||where've you been sparki?
||Someone slapped her so far sideways she couldn't find the Halfbakery.
||Twister Bed Sheets maybe.
||Sounds like Milton Bradley's Mystery Date, a girls' board game from the 70's
||Yeah, Snarfy, but this would be for both girls AND guys
||'Quarters' and 'Strip Poker'.