College Love Story Game Online - Play Free Fun Valentine's Day Games
Ethan has love fever and this is the day Ethan is planning a big change in his life. Embark on this chat story as you uncover what happens next in Ethan's college. This free online game features innovative messenger based chat game optimized for smart-phones with a simple one-touch game-play. This free online game is especially designed for the Valentine's Day holiday. Have fun!
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How to Play College Love Story Game
Use your mouse or tap the screen. The game is optimized for smart-phones with a simple one-touch game-play.
What is Love Fever
This is nothing new, the fever of love has been around for several hundred, maybe thousands of years. Shakespeare Wrote about his Fever of Love back in the 16th Century, "My love is as a fever, longing still", he wrote in one of his sonnets. Love is a master key that opens the gates of happiness, it stretches your heart and makes you big inside. Just like when you are sick with a fever, love makes you warm, and messes with your mind. When you are sick the thought that most frequently hits your mind is the thought of feeling better, when you have the fever of love, then the your loved one is what crosses your mind the most. The best healing for love fever is to spend quality time together with your loved one. For many people this happens in the spring. The birds are chirping, bees are buzzing, and spring flowers and spring romance are about to be in full bloom. Love is in the air and everyone is catching love fever, so they say. So, why is this happening? Simplified, the change in season brings more sunlight, better moods, and a better climate for romance in mammals, including humans. The change in season means plants and insects will begin to flourish again, which has a positive effect up the food chain and creates a healthy environment suitable for procreation.
Gayle Adams song about Love Fever in the early 80s
Love Fever is the name of a post disco song by female American urban singer Gayle Adams. It was released in 1981 by Prelude Records. It was remixed by Francois Kevorkian. peaked at #24 on the Billboard Black Singles and #7 on the Dance chart.