Valentines day is a special time of the year for so many people, it’s that time when you make a little more effort to let the person you love know how much you love and care about them. One thing people often forget about Valentines day though is that it should also be fun! The day itself has become far too commercialised in so many ways and there is often no need to spend a lot of money, just do something small and fun, it’s usually the though that counts.

Something different you can do for Valentines this year is get yourself an adult game to have a little fun with. There are many of them on the market and you’d be surprised the amount of people who are now buying them to spice things up a little. Buying a board game for Valentines is something a lot of people might consider boring but if you buy the right one then there is no reason it should be boring at all. What’s more predictable, buying a board game or a girly film and what’s more likely to spice things up?

There are a few available at the moment for Valentines day, some of them are designed more for groups and some are designed for couples. In most cases you will want to opt for a game for couples rather than a group but some people do meet as groups and an adult board game, coupled with a glass of wine or two, may just make the evening a little more fun and memorable.

If you’re meeting just as a couple and not a group you might want to consider the following two games:

Strip Chocolate
Both of the above are really fun but they can get quite saucy which is why they are designed for couples rather than groups. The Monogomy board game is one of the top selling games for adults and with it’s 400 seductive cards and 50 different fantasies, you can be sure of a fun time.

If you are meeting as a group for Valentines for a double date then if you’re all comfortable do to so you should try one of the following two, these are the best adult games for groups:

Loaded Questions
Out of the two Sexopoly is probably the one you’ll have the most fun with, it’s a relatively new board game but the overall premise with it is that you do as much are you are comfortable with. So the game never really goes too f