52 weeks of romance

Adult game by Lover's Choice Inc.

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I wish I would have read the reviews first.

If you lead a busy life, and can't act on things right away, this may not be the game for you. Also, don't count on being able to use each idea right away. You might have to pick a different one that works for you at that time, which kind of defeats the point of the game. For the price, not a bad romance starter, but I don't think we will even end up following through with all 52 weeks.
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Pros:
Could be good to spark a few ideas, the ideas remain a surprise until you scratch them off
Cons:
Don't count on 52 ideas that will work for you, you don't know what you are getting into right away.
Rating by reviewer:
2
useful review

Purpose / Audience

This game seems to be geared towards couples that have been together for a while and need something to spark the passion, or maybe newer couples that just aren't that great at being passionate towards each other. The point of the game is to give you weekly tasks to do that are related to sexual and passion inducing things.
    • Couples
    • Romantic

Rules / Content

Basically, you have 52 lotto type scratch-off tickets that are about the size of the palm of my hand. They are smaller than a business card, and half of it is in French, and the other half of it is in English. So there isn't room to be very descriptive on the card. Keep in mind that I did not rip open the box and scratch off every card for the purpose of this review. I am going to do a follow up when we've been doing it for a while, but this is what I can tell you now:

Some of the cards say 'For Her Eyes Only' and some say 'For His Eyes Only'. You pick a card and scratch it off, and it gives you a task. Some are for immediate use, and some take planning (and money). If it takes planning, you are supposed to keep it a secret. One of the cards I got said "5 Days Of Seduction: Seduce your loved one over the course of this week. Start things off by sending him a sexy love note. Each day, entice him with suggestive instructions, tantalizing visions and alluring possibilities. Let his mind run wild thinking of you."

It seems odd for this to be in there, because if you knew how to keep your partner lusting after you for a week, you wouldn't need this game. I won't say I'm totally unsatisfied with it just yet though, because there could be some pretty good cards mixed in the deck somewhere. And I didn't expect EVERY single one to be great, but if it gives us at least a few ideas that we haven't tried before, then I'd say it was worth the price.

It would be better designed if the cards had some sort of symbols on them, that led you to pick and choose if you wanted something that could be done right then, or something to play out through the week.
    • Can make your own rules
    • Takes a long time

Design

The outer package is a box that is about the size of a box of checks. when you open it, there is a black silky drawstring bag that has a large tag on it with the instructions. They say, basically, to pick a card each week, alternating the for him and for her cards. Inside the bag is a bunch of scratch tickets that you have to tear apart. As I mentioned above, they are smaller than a business card, and it has the instructions twice on each card. Once in French and once in English. So you can imagine the amount of wording that could be fit on each card (not very much). The bag is kind of cheap and the nubs on the edges of the preforated cards had already snagged mine a few times before I even opened the box. Nothing major though. If I would have given the game as a gift, I wouldn't have been embarrassed at the condition it was in. The scratch off cards seemed to be a little more messy than the lottery ones, but that could be due to the fact that you have to scratch off the whole card, and not just sections.
    • Travel friendly

Personal comments

It just goes to show that the product descriptions can sometimes be a little misleading. When I saw this, I was under the impression that it would be more like a game. But it's really more like a weekly to-do list, and you don't know what you are getting into until you start.
Follow-up commentary
Well, I got it and reviewed it, my hubby and I looked at it once and decided we were going to draw a card every week, and then..... nothing. It's still sitting in the box on the nightstand.
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  • LilyLust
    LilyLust  
    looking forward to your follow up!
  • Ansley
    Ansley  
    I think having that card you mentioned about seducing the other for the week is ever helpful for someone who would never think to do such a thing in the first place.

    Thanks for the review!
  • sktb0007
    sktb0007  
    I like the idea of the symbols meaning "immediate" or other... Thanks for the review!
  • sweet seduction
    sweet seduction  
    Thanks for the review
  • AndromedaJane
    AndromedaJane  
    I found this helpful. Thanks.
  • Mihoshi4301
    Mihoshi4301  
    Thanks for the review
  • geliebt
    geliebt  
    Sorry this didn't do it for you. Thanks for the review!
  • Chris15461
    Chris15461  
    Thanks for the review
  • ViVix
    ViVix  
    If the tasks are expensive, it becomes a chore...Great review!
  • Blooddragon
    Blooddragon  
    Thank you!
  • JadeKitten
    JadeKitten  
    thanks.
  • Beautybyme
    Beautybyme  
    ty
  • ryse
    ryse  
    thanks for this review
  • ryse
    ryse  
    thanks for this review
  • LenaLovesFun
    LenaLovesFun  
    Thanks for the review!
  • Faust
    Faust  
    nice review
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