The Message Game is about many things. It’s not just a dating guide for men to get dates quickly and efficiently through dating apps like Tinder, or social media. It’s about becoming a good communicator, knowing how to lead conversations and being able to set up genuinely fun activities that maximize your sexual results and relationships. With hundreds of analyzed screenshots collected from dedicated Message Game followers and Ice White himself, this is a visual guide with real stories of sex and adventures, and real conversations that have provided an understanding of successes and failures. All the learning has been done for you and compiled into a structured guide that can answer all your possible questions. From maximizing how many contacts and phone numbers you get to setting up dates quickly, from getting dates to getting laid, and from logistics to escalation. The book also features special sections that are especially useful, such as:
The Situation Index – A table of common situations with references to every single page that has explained or showed the given situation. She isn’t responding? She doesn’t want anything serious? She says she is busy? She is only visiting your town or city? She thinks you just want sex? Whatever it is, we have the pages.
Frequently Asked Questions – A summary of many common questions, such as how long you should wait to reply, how iften you should message someone, if you should use Tinder superlikes, if you should swipe a certain way on Tinder, and SO MUCH MORE.
Without hesitation, this book is your own personal guide to getting the dates you want as frequently as possible.
I was always struggling with a text game. Out of 50 Tinder matches only few I met in person.
Most of them flaked me after first message. Or when I asked for a number.
This book really helps if you are having same issues. It contains few “magic” lines, but also explains how you shout “think” when texting. And what’s the point of it.
The only downside is that pdf version has small text in examples, so you have to zoom in while reading. Apart of that, everything is fine and definitely worth the money.