Story: It's a game show. No story. Object of the game is to choose between love and money; which is in your heart?
Writing: Since there's no story, there's no focus on plot or development, so this section will be relatively short. Very good grammar. You have ten girls to choose from in three rounds. The commentator asks questions, and the girls or guys or both depending on your pre-stated preference give quirky, humorous, often off-the-wall answers. After playing through twice, I suspect these answers are randomly generated.
Gameplay: A nicely designed gameshow, and it's actually a realistic premise. I could see this produced in shallow, materialistic America. Basically, the game is a cross between Love Connection and Deal or No Deal. Each girl has a secret amount of money in a basket. For each girl you reject, she takes the money and leaves. You must reject five in the first round, two in the second round, must select your preferred date in the third round, and then there's a final choice in which you choose the girl or the money.
Conclusion: This game is very engaging and fun. It's a good, pointless, enjoyable diversion that exercises excellent judgement in music and design. Short and sweet, entertainment value is high, and it keeps the player's interest throughout. Well done to all of the designers.