Loveretto Adult Game

Loveretto is an online adult board game for adventurous couples, groups, and swingers. Guaranteed to steam up your love life!

Game for Swingers

Loveretto is restricted to a maximum of six players. So, unless you're playing multiple versions of the game, it's not going to work for large parties. However, if you have a small group of two or three couples, it's perfect. Also, don't be afraid to include additional singles. The game will work just as well with, say, two couples and a single. You can also set sexual orientation per player, so it's easy to set up which interactions can occur. The only caveat here is that, if a woman says she's bi-sexual, the game will automatically set it up that the player can interact with all men and all other bi-sexual women - no picking and choosing, other than through accepting or declining activities during the game.

If you're planning a game of Loveretto for a group, do plan in advance. Here are some suggestions:

  • Computer - Setup the computer that you'll be playing on. Make sure it has a good internet connection. Ideally, hook it up to a large screen, TV, or even a projector, so that all players can see the screen easily.

  • Clothing - You may not have much choice in clothing for all players, but it makes the game much more fun if you've gone to the trouble of dressing appropriately before starting... even if the clothes will be coming off pretty quickly during the game!

  • Drinks - A number of Loveretto activities assume that drinks are available... which we're sure they are. Don't worry, if you're tea-total, they don't have to be alcoholic.

  • Toys - Under this section, you'll find a variety of items, not just sex toys. Make sure you have food (finger foods are best), drink, toys, and other household objects available. You don't want everybody sitting around waiting while you search for that exercise ball that's required for the next activity.

Online Game for Swingers

So, you're ready to get started. There are still some things to consider...

Most activities are quite short - typically 20 to 60 seconds. This might not seem like long but with game play, activity preparation, etc. a game will normally last two or three hours. If you're in a group of, say, six people, do remember that while an activity is taking place, normally four people will just be sitting watching, rather than being involved. Therefore, it's not a good idea to increase the Activity Length setting (General Game Settings). You might even want to consider setting it to 'Halved', though this makes the activities very short.

Depending on the nature of the group, you should pay careful attention to the Maximum Level (General Game Settings) and the individual player preferences (Player Settings - Clothing & Activities). Using a combination of these settings, you should be able to set up a perfect game where everybody will have fun, possibly stretch their boundaries just a little, but never be made to feel uncomfortable.

If you do end up reducing the Maximum Level, it will also reduce the length of the game. You can compensate for this by modifying the Minimum Actions Between Levels (General Game Settings). For example, if you decide to only play Game Levels 0 to 2 (instead of the normal 0 to 4, then total activities will reduce from 60 (to game end) to 36. However, if you increase the Minimum Actions Between Levels from 'Normal' (12 activities per level) to 'Very Long' (20 activities per level) it will push the total activities back to 60.

The other option is that, the game doesn't have to end just because a winner is declared. The game will allow you to simply continue playing for as long as you like.

With six players the board can become quite crowded. The game will automatically limit the maximum number of properties a player can purchase, and the speed with which they can purchase them, in an effort to ensure that nobody gets left out. However, it's still possible for one player to be unlucky. Do be aware of your guests and do everything you can to keep everybody involved.

Swingers Game Rules

Everybody has different preferences - full/soft swap, same/separate room, etc. Within the game, each player can set their individual preferences for the types of activities in which they're willing to participate. However, certainly at this time, the program does not break this down on a per person basis. That's to say, if a player says that full intercourse if okay, then it's okay with all other eligible players, not just certain other players. If this is a problem, the original player should either set their preference to not include full intercourse, or hope that they have sufficient funds to decline any activities in which they don't want to participate... or they could just 'Go For It' and push their boundaries!

Virtually everything in the game is designed for same room activities. There are a few exceptions to this, but they're all quite tame, such as taking somebody out of the room for a sexy photo (what that includes is undefined), or to swap clothes, etc. There are also some fun activities that potentially set players up for future out-of-game encounters. Again, these are relatively tame, and it's always the player's choice (assuming they have funds) to decline an action.