Fore - playing cards by Pipedream - review by Dame Demi

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Fore - playing cards review

Fore-Playing cards would spice up a regular card game a bit, but they are really not terribly interesting as a sexual game. The suggested activities are repetitive and often just quite uninspired.
Can be used for numerous regular card games, cards give you a choice of two activities
No artwork to speak of, some less-than-inspired suggestions, and two unattractive candles included
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review
Fore-Playing Cards|Fore - playing cards come attractively packaged in a rather large box. This is probably due to the inclusion of two totally plain and rather lame white candles that really have nothing whatsoever to do with the game—there is no wax play involved on any of the cards. I guess they are supposed to provide ambiance, but in my opinion they are way too plain to do this effectively.

Fore - Playing Cards are really just a standard deck of cards with two sexual activities printed on each card—a “Phase 1” and a “Phase 2” activity. The suggested games for the deck are poker and Blackjack, though they can be used for any single deck card game of your choice. All players start with an equal amount of clothing, and the last clothed player is the winner and gets to choose the sexual activity from an eligible card in the winning hand. Why some cards are “eligible” and some are not is, quite frankly, beyond me. In Blackjack, for example, only the highest and lowest cards are eligible for selection.

The packaging is nice, but the cards are rather plain, with no artwork to speak of. They feel as sturdy as a normal pack of playing cards, and some of the suggestions are repeated numerous times. The activities range from the mild in Phase 1, which is more often than not a game of strip poker, with the loser required to remove an article of clothing. Some of the Phase 1 activities are really not sexual at all in nature, such as having your partner drink an alcoholic beverage or tell you how he/she would spend $1,000. The Phase 2 cards choices are a bit more interesting, including such activities as licking, sucking, and touching, and (my favorite) having your partner straddle you while masturbating. The instructions direct you not to perform any of these activities to orgasm, but to play until you cannot hold back any longer.

Overall, Fore-Playing Cards would liven up a regular card game, but I do not think this is a particularly exciting deck, and would not be terribly appropriate for a simple game of “draw a card and do what it says.” And I really, really do not get the candles.
Follow-up commentary
My original assessment of this game has not changed. It is really rather lame as far as sex games|Adult Board Games go. I guess it would be a decent choice for those who want to add an erotic element to traditional card games|Consenting adults - Love Games for Couples rather than play an erotic "game" that isn't really a game. And I still think the candles are horrible.
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