If you want to inject a bit of romance and intimacy into your relationship, kissing games are a fun way to do it. Even if you do not experience any lack of intimacy, kissing games can be a fun way for you and your significant other to show love for each other. Once you have played a few games and understand how they work, you can create your own kissing adventures.
There is something enticing and incredibly sexy about using ice when you are kissing your partner. You can let your imagination run wild and change the rules as you proceed with the game. Try holding an ice cube in your mouth and running it around your partners body until it melts away completely. Who can make the ice cube last the longest wins and gets to choose who goes next. Or, start with an ice cube in your mouth and run it down your partner's chest until you reach their waist. Run it back up their chest and neck and place it in their mouth, then they do the same to you. This is so much fun a "winner" really isn't' necessary. When the ice melts, start again.
You will need two dice to play this game. On a piece of paper, create a list that matches each number combination with a part of your body. For example, if you roll a two, you will kiss your partner's forehead, if you roll a five, then you will give her a kiss in the lips. Take turns at rolling the dice and then kissing the body part that you have rolled. Once you have grown accustomed to that, you can create another list, with each number corresponding to the way you want to be kissed. For instance, seductively, passionately, or slowly. Roll the dice twice, the first time getting the body part where to kiss, the second roll indicating the way to kiss.
Out of view of your partner draw little hearts all over your body in places you'd like to be kissed. Dim the lights and take turns at exploring each other's bodies for the little hearts. When you find one kiss it. Remember how many hearts you've drawn on yourself to make sure they find them all. Alternatively draw a line starting at your foot and winding up and around your body until it reaches your lips. They have to follow the "map" you've drawn to get a kiss on the lips. If you don't fancy drawing on yourself with a pen or felt-tip, use chocolate body paint instead -- it's a lot more fun even if a lot messier!
At the beginning of each day, decide on a specific word, but do not tell it to your partner. When your partner says this word during the day, and two of you are together, it will be a signal for you to kiss your darling. In selecting the magic word, avoid "and," "it," and "the," for example, as they are used too frequently. When your partner can deduce what the magic word is, choose a new one.