Syncrohearts Love Game is an iPhone and iPad app that costs only a dollar. I have a love hate relationship with one dollar apps since the price tag is so low it almost never stops me from making the purchase, even on apps that I’m not sure I need. I decided to start reviewing this often disposable one dollar apps so that I could help other people who realize at the end of the month that they’ve wasted a lot more than just one dollar on these deceptive apps. Back to the questions at hand: is Syncrohearts Love Game worth the one dollar? Will you be using it after a month? How about two? Will the time you spent be worth it? Well, let’s look at what the app does.
Syncrohearts Love Game App Review
Syncrohearts Love Game is extremely simple. Its function is actually so one-sided that when I first got it I was extremely worried about how little it did. It’s a love game though, which means that to really judge I had to play it with someone I was in a relationship with.
My girlfriend was surprised, to say the least, when I told her I wanted to play. Thankfully it was a pleasant surprise, since she always wants to spend a little more quality time together. The game was actually really fun, and the sort of cheek blushing awkward that it cultivated between the two of us was actually extremely sexy.
It felt like flashbacks to sharing sodas with the girl you liked in junior high, but way more erotic. All it did was hit us with questions like: “What are two things that you appreciate now about your partner that you did not notice since you met?” It’s pretty easy to choose what kind of questions you want to be answering, but of course my girlfriend had to ask me to stop choosing the ‘Hot Stuff’ category, which quickly became my favorite.
The game is ostensibly a friendly competition, but the ‘competition’ is really just the game randomly assigning points for the cards picked. Also, having played this game several times with my girlfriend, I am convinced that the programmers of this app have made sure that the game always gives more points to the girl. Since the prize you win is agreed upon ahead of time, I didn’t really mind since it was always a favorable arrangement for both parties.
The price of simplicity and ease of function is almost always depth. Syncrohearts Love Game is no different. I would be surprised if a couple told me they were still using it after one month, dumbfounded if they were still using it after two. The cards start getting into repetitive territory after five or so plays and after ten the game isn’t really giving you anything new to work with.
It was hard for me to judge the verdict on Syncrohearts Love Game. Actually, it wasn’t hard it was just really hard for me to explain why I chose what I did when part of my argument is based on its low cost, something I am trying to avoid in this review. Even though the game does not have a whole lot of longevity, when I considered that it was basically the price of a chocolate bar, the choice was easy. The fact is short-term excellence can have a palpable effect in your love life, so I would definitely say that Syncrohearts Love Game was worth the money.