An erotic game for lovers that lets you explore romantic and physical intimacy with your partner (as if you needed an excuse). Each game ends with a unique love-making experience from 30,000 possibilities!
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Lust Erotic Board Game 10 out of 10 (3 reviews) Write your own review
Reviewed: 24 September 2013 by LetsTryThis, a Straight Married Female
I really love this board game, and prefer it infinitely over Monogamy.
Lust is simple to play. You role the dice and pick up a card according to the colour you land on.
The cards are:
Body Language (yellow) - which is things like talking and reminiscing about what you find sexy about your partner's body and touching various parts of the body without talking, just using your partner's reactions to guide you.
Romance (orange) - which is things like telling each other why you only have eyes for each other and kissing.
And Sensuality (red) - which is things like talking about things your partner has done that has really turned you on and dimming the lights and putting on some music.
If you do the card successfully you are rewarded by picking up a 'Lovemaking' card (more on this in a mo).
As you can see, the 'activity' cards are heavily based on talking to/at each other. Sharing, reminiscing, telling, discussing. Personally I LOVED this. I loved being able to tell my husband everything I love and cherish about him, and I loved reminiscing about how we met etc. It was also amazing to hear his thoughts too and for him to put into words how he feels. (Something that, let's face it, in today's world we sometimes neglect to do).
So once you have succeeded in an activity you pick up a Lovemaking card - these come in 5 different colours starting from gentle positions through to more adventurous positions. The aim of the game is to build up your 'menu' consisting of one card from each colour. (If you get two of the same colour you get to choose which one to keep). Then when you and your partner's piece are both on the 'bed' square you get to act the Lovemaking cards out. (If you get there before you have a full menu you go back to the 'Smooch' square and yep smooch before resuming the game.
For me personally the 'sex menu' is just the icing on the cake. The game itself is so intimate because you really do end up sharing your inner thoughts with each other. This isn't about kink, or roleplay (which I felt Monogamy was more geared to). This is about being intimate and sharing an experience. The first time we played this it was about 90 mins at least from when we first rolled the dice to when we started acting it out. It was a memorable evening that we have tried to recreate.
Disappointingly there aren't enough activity cards. I mean, once you've told each other how you felt when you first laid your eyes on each other you can't really do it all again the next week. Maybe in a few months time when you want to hear it all again.
That being said you can always make a short version of the game just using the lovemaking cards and pulling one out at a time and acting it out. But as I said these are the icing on the cake for me. I preferred the foreplay of playing out all the activity cards.
The lovemaking cards as I've said have 5 different colours, red, orange, yellow, white and blue. The red cards are either warm up activities, like getting a hot steamy shower, or 'additions' you can use for the session, like sex toys and bondage. The orange cards are either oral positions or hand/finger related. The rest of the cards are all different positions leaving you with 26 positions to try out. They all have pencil drawings of the position and it is fairly easy to work out how to get into each one.
The only thing I would say is the cards are all depicting a heterosexual couple. There is nothing stopping a gay couple from enjoying this game (with a little bit of imagination or a strap on) but I'm not sure if the pictures would be a turn off.
- The intimacy of sharing your inner most thoughts about each other.
- Not enough 'activity' cards meaning it can't be played repeatedly in quick concession.
- Bottom line
- Swoon!! I loved playing this!
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