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first_img One of the most pressing questions in the geek universe is this: when aliens come to Earth, are they going to want to make out? We’ve seen predatory extraterrestrial lovers in movies like Species and romantic ones in Earth Girls Are Easy, not to mention the many types who just want to lay eggs in us and never answer our texts the next morning.But what if the language of love in outer space is different from ours? How would you have satisfying sexy time with an alien lover if you couldn’t communicate directly?Consentacle is a new card game currently on Kickstarter that aims to answer that question.The game casts one player as a human and the other as an alien. You both play cards to build trust with each other, and then can cash in that trust for sexual satisfaction. But it’s not just the cards that you play that matter – each action has repercussions and combinations with your partner, meaning that cooperation is key.And that’s where the language barrier comes in. Consentacle‘s different levels of difficulty are entirely predicated on how much you can share with your other-species lover. At the easiest setting, you can talk freely about what cards you’re going to play and why. But if you really want to challenge yourself, try playing with only non-verbal communication – or even just eye contact!Here’s a video to explain things a little more.The Consentacle campaign is already fully funded and past its first stretch goal after less than a week, so it’s safe to say the project is striking a chord with game fans. It’s a remarkably funny and mature take on a silly concept that could spark productive discussions about your own sex life.Pledge to Consentacle here.Disclaimer: I’ve known Consentacle designer Naomi Clark for some time and contributed to artist James Harvey’s Bartkira project. That said, I’d be telling you about this game no matter what.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. Covert Dock for Nintendo Switch Fits in Your PocketRugged BlackBerry Clone With QWERTY Keyboard Hits Kickstarter Stay on targetlast_img read more