Our goal is to make their intimate encounters playful and exciting again, and role plays are a good way to achieve that.
(PRWEB) September 16, 2013
Couples who are looking for a way to revitalize their love life, now have a new resource at their disposal—the Mile High Club game. The provocative game, released by Yeif.com, is designed to improve marital relations by allowing participants to use an iPad, iPhone or Android device to act out racy encounters with their partner.
“Long-term couples are often stuck in a rut, which Yeif attempts to break,” says Yeif Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Michael Stager. “Our goal is to make their intimate encounters playful and exciting again, and role plays are a good way to achieve that.”
Mile High Club is the first in a series of games on the drawing board for Yeif.com. The web-based game is unique because it allows mobile devices users to enjoy access to the site without paying any fees. Stager explains: “Similar board games have been around for a long time and are sold by mainstream sites such as Amazon and eBay. What's different with our game is that people can play for free online in bed using a smartphone, tablet or notebook computer.”
Playing Mile High Club is easy, simple and thrilling. Here’s how it works: Players start at the boarding gate, where they risk pat-downs from their partner and other scenarios. They take turns moving through the travel classes seat by seat, encountering a myriad of situations designed to give them the in-flight experience of a lifetime.
Each player has to roll dice and carefully follow instructions, which are sometimes nice and sometimes naughty. For example, his instructions might say: “The plane is too cold. Get your partner to give you a rub to warm you up.” Her orders could be: “The crew is handing out custom forms, but you didn't bring a pen. Give your partner a 30-second kiss on his lips, so that he lets you borrow his.” Sometimes players don’t have to do anything when it’s their turn. For instance, the game gave these instructions on one player’s turn: “A bunch of rowdy passengers have placed their excess baggage on your seat. Stay where you came from.”
The object of the game, of course, is to reach the exclusive Mile High Club of people who have engaged in sensual activities aboard an airplane. Carmen Electra did it. British billionaire Richard Branson also claims to have done it. And Qantas flight attendant Lisa Robertson reportedly did it with actor Ralph Fiennes. However, with Yeif.com’s new game, players can join what is informally known as the Mile High Club—without the risk of attracting public ridicule, getting arrested, or being hit with a life-long no-fly ban. Mile High Club enables couples to indulge in a full-blown, in-flight fantasy in the privacy of their home, a hotel room or another location.
To play Mile High Club, visit http://yeif.com.