They would answer questions which would try to give the opposite sex some indication about their personality.
Bonus marks are awarded for some slick, fun hosting by both Brookes and Brumby. It's rumoured that a young Victoria Beckham auditioned for the show but was rejected.
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Behind nine of them were normal prizes, but behind one was a special star prize holiday (which yes, they had to take together - Aaaah again).
However, behind one was the evil Broken Heart, which meant game over.
I watched my husband's show being filmed before my show was done and here we are 19 years later, 15 years married and two kids!!
They would be asked six questions about each other, three each, and for each one correct, they won a love heart. These had a reason because afterwards, each heart was worth a shot at the big prize board.
They had 4 seconds per heart won to shoot heart-shaped targets the using the joystick.
Update: One reader, Aelys Costello, writes: "The reason that I am reading this is because I was on Love At First Sight.
I met my husband whilst we were filming the shows, he was on a show before me. with two lovely kids." And Heather Bixley says, "Yes, I was on Love at First Sight too.
This was one of the most interesting parts of the show - the trails of who-fancies-who were often quite intricate.
Afterwards, winners from a previous show would play a game on a big board with 10 hearts on.