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Fog of Love

Commit yourself to one of the most unique gaming experiences in years

Designer: Jacob Jaskov | Artist: Mike Højgaard, Lotte M. Klixbüll Jaskov

Part board game, part RPG and part compatibility test, Fog of Love is unlike anything else on the tabletop. Described as “Romantic comedy as a board game”, it’s a hilarious and often touching experience that simulates the relationship between two made-up partners as they navigate the rocky waters of romance. Your alter-ego (no need to panic, couples – you don’t play yourself here) is created using a smooth process that quickly generates their occupation and personality from a pool of cards (you can freely select their gender, race and other aspects). Traits help to influence your decisions throughout the rest of the game, but also serve as a form of hidden personal goal – so a disorganised character might be trying to attain a certain lack of discipline in their life by the end of the game, for instance.

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