Fog of Love is the new date board game you NEED to try.
This "romantic comedy as a board game" (as the website describes it) is a two-player game that mixes role-playing with the randomness of card draws and blind mutual decision-making. Each player assume the role of a character they create and role-play in the context of a relationship driven by shifting desires and secret goals, defined in the game as "Destiny."
It's a neat idea on the surface: Most adults can relate on some level to the experience of leaping into and nurturing a love relationship. Fog of Love turns that into an actual story-driven game, with each scenario broken into chapters made up of multiple, randomly selected scenes.
A typical scene presents one or both players with a choice to make. When both choose, they do so blindly. Each scene is resolved using a multiple-choice format, and the relationship typically benefits when both players land on the same choice — though that doesn't also mean that at-odds choices are a dealbreaker.
A full scenario plays out across the arc of a love relationship. Winning is a matter of fulfilling one's Destiny, a goal that can change over the course of a game (though your choices narrow as you reach later chapters). One or both players can win, or lose, just like real life.