Foreplay Connect Game Review

July 19th, 10   •   Posted by Mistress Kay   •   1 Comment
Foreplay Connect

The packaging for the Foreplay Connect game

The Foreplay Connect Game, sold by this adult toy store, is basically the adult version of Connect Four. The game includes two plastic pieces – one is the base and one is the actual board as well as 42 different chips. (21 blue, 21 pink) The game board stands at 7 inches high and about 8 inches across. The instructions are printed on the outside of the box. The box is just a regular cardboard box that opens from the top for you to pull out the chips and the board. The front of it shows an illustrated woman’s body dropping in a chip in the board. The box calls it the “Foreplay In a Row”.

A Connect-Four game like this actally has some significance for Jor and I. When we went to our first prom together (I act like this was that many years ago. It was just two.), we spent the entire after-prom party playing Connect Four. Yes, five hours of this game. Until that after-prom party, I had never played Connect Four in my life. So when I started missing playing Connect Four, I thought I’d check out this new, fun adult version of the game.

The rules of the game are really simple and pretty much rival the regular Connect Four rules. Both players take turns placing their little pieces inside of the game board trying to get four in a row whether diagonally, across, or down. She is supposed to use the pink chips, and he is supposed to use the blue chips, although in homosexual relationships, I’m sure you can manage to choose a side. Jor and I picked our favorite colors. Once someone wins by getting four in a row, the person who won is supposed to “receive” whatever was written on her winning four tokens done by the person who lost. If it’s a draw, you play until someone wins. Jor and I decided to play two “fun” games first just for fun before actually using the game as it was meant since this game is just so much fun – even without the sex involved.

Foreplay Connect

The board with no pieces in it

The board itself is is pretty decent. It’s made from a purple/pink plastic, and it connects really easily into the holes in the bottom-plastic piece. The board has seven different columns across where the chips can be placed, and just like in the regular game, when you drop a chip, it actually does bounce back up in that nicely satisfying way. The only complaint that Jor had was that the board is lacking in that “dump all pieces” feature that the original Connect Four has. In order to get the pieces back out of the board, you have to actually tip the board upside down onto a surface. The bottom plastic piece does have little “indentations” that work as trays to hold your pieces as well.

Foreplay Connect

One of our finishes games. Jor won. :(

We ended up playing this board game quite a bit – even after the sex was done and not just for the sex part either. We played it just for the fun of the game (which is something very, very few sex games can boast). Because the pieces have obviously written sexual things on them, I wouldn’t let your children use it, but for a game between the two of you, it definitely works out to be a really great price on a really fun game. Jor usually ends up beating me though, but it’s ’cause I don’t think investing my mental energy into where to place a plastic piece is on the top of my priority list. He says it’s just ’cause I suck. I disagree.

I suppose I should let you know about the game pieces. Well, there’s 42 in all which will fill exactly all of the spaces on the board. There’s 21 blue and 21 pink. The blue pieces are all things that she would do to him while the pink is all things that he would do to her. Since the pieces are kinda small, the messages aren’t all that wordy, but they get the point across. Examples of what the blue pieces say include: “Talk Dirty”, “Massage Privates”, “Give Oral”, “Nibble Ear”, “Strip Tease”, “Model Lingerie”, “Lick ?”. Examples of what the pink pieces say: “Your Choice”, “Kiss Lips”, “Massage ?”, “Tie Up”, “Tickle Body”, “Spank Bottom”, “Lick Thighs”, “French Kiss”. Okay, so maybe the pieces aren’t all that imaginative, but they get the point across. The little plastic pieces seem decently high quality, and the message is printed on both sides of the token.

This is definitely going to be staying on the top of our “board game” pile. Not only is it fun for foreplay, but it’s also amusing as just a regular board game – that’s when you know your board game is a decent one. While it’s only intended for two players, you could use this as a game for a sexually-open group but disregard some of the more intimate actions and you could take turns using these in pairs. Your imagination is really the limit on this one, and I gotta say this is one of my favorite board games that we own. This sex toy store sells this adult board game, so check out Foreplay Connect Game today. While browsing their website, check out some of their sexy extras and adult games.

This product was provided in exchange for a review. No other monetary compensation was received.

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