Fog of Love is a game for two players. You will create and play two vivid characters who meet, fall in love and face the challenge of making an unusual relationship work.
Playing Fog of Love is like starring in a romantic comedy, it’s a rollercoaster ride of awkward situations, laugh out loud moments and difficult compromises you have to make.
Just like in a real relationship, you each might want different things. Do you stay true to yourself, or do what your partner wants for the good of the relationship? You can even decide to break their heart.
There’s no guarantee it will end happily ever after, but you will always get a story full of surprises that will make you smile.
Available now in USA exclusively from Walmart.com.
Available now in Europe, Canada and Australia through board game stores and some bookstores.
Recommended by Shut Up & Sit Down
"The best game we have played in a long, long time"
"It’s a tour de force...The most unique board game we’ve ever reviewed"
"It pulled us out of a funk - we were asking “is board gaming that good”. And Fog of Love said - Yes. Board gaming is incredible."
"It’s impossible to talk about how it plays and what’s it like without sounding like you’re actually talking about real relationships."
"We cannot overstate how important it is to have this space between co-operation and conflict that makes Fog of Love, not just more romantic but truly more exciting than any co-op game we’ve ever played."
"The components and the art are absolutely gorgeous."
"The best tutorial in any game we’ve ever seen"
Watch it being played by Polygon
The gang at Polygon play Fog of Love and tell the hilarious romance of Blake and Gabby.
Learn how to play with Watch It Played
Fog of Love contains an in-game tutorial to learn as you play, but if you prefer to be taught the rules - Rodney Smith will help you:
The guardian (It’s original, imaginative and superbly executed. I think I might be in love with it)
MARRIED with Board Games (We are in love with Fog of Love)
TANTRUM HOUSE (It’s probably one of the most elegant experiences you’ll have in a board game)
What's Eric Playing (Fog of Love isn’t quite like any game I’ve ever played)
iSlaytheDragon (a very unique experience)
KWARANTEEN (Highly recommended!)
EDO'S GAME REVIEWS (MASTERFUL!)
NSFWP Podcast (It's a fantastic game!)