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    The High Priestess Amargith's Avatar
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    Would Civ also be Te?
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    Examples of games, or mindset of activity, that rely most heavily on a function:

    Ni - Risk/Clue/Canasta/Yahtzee/Mama Mia/Jambo
    Ne - Taboo/Balderdash/Scattergories/Myst/Sim City
    Si - Warcraft/Diablo/Halo/Capture the Flag/Red Rover
    Se - Tetris/Pong/Pacman/Wii-mote action games/Hide-n-seek
    Fi - Silent Hill/Final Fantasy/Metal Gear Solid/Charades/Pictionary
    Fe - The Sims/Life/Mother May I/RL social games like...Password/Cranium/Apples to Apples
    Ti - Scrabble/Poker/Trivial Pursuit/Boggle/Balderdash(for a different reason if you catch my drift )
    Te - Chess/Checkers/Qwirkle/Carcassonne/Dvonn/Football/Simon Says

    If you induce these games to kids while they're extremely young, they will likely develop these function tendencies to a certain extent lol. Depends, though. Kids like games not all games.

    If you become engulfed, the game will definitely help you with developing that function.

    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    Would Civ also be Te?
    Civ is Ne/Te.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    Would Civ also be Te?
    Definitely.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lemons View Post
    Examples of games, or mindset of activity, that rely most heavily on a function:

    Ni - Risk/Clue/Canasta/Yahtzee/Mama Mia/Jambo
    Ne - Taboo/Balderdash/Scattergories/Myst/Sim City
    Si - Warcraft/Diablo/Halo/Capture the Flag/Red Rover
    Se - Tetris/Pong/Pacman/Wii-mote action games/Hide-n-seek
    Fi - Silent Hill/Final Fantasy/Metal Gear Solid/Charades/Pictionary
    Fe - The Sims/Life/Mother May I/RL social games like...Password/Cranium/Apples to Apples
    Ti - Scrabble/Poker/Trivial Pursuit/Boggle/Balderdash(for a different reason if you catch my drift )
    Te - Chess/Checkers/Qwirkle/Carcassonne/Dvonn/Football/Simon Says
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    Interesting list! (although I don't know what most of the games under Ni even are. Never heard of Mama Mia, Jambo, or Canasta. I really liked Settlers of Catan when I played it months ago...would that fall under Ni or somewhere else?)

    I'm mostly into the Ti and Ne games from this list. I'm very much into Scrabble and Boggle, like Balderdash a lot but never have enough people to play it with, and growing up I loved Taboo and Scattergories. Oh, Ping-pong too. But I suck at ping-pong now.

    I also like card games in general - hearts, Euker, stuff like that. Oh, cribbage!! Love cribbage. And Backgammon's all right too.

    Apples to Apples is amusing light-hearted fun, and cranium was pretty fun the one time I played it, although I have to add that I shy away, and hate, any games that involve charade-like motifs. I hate getting up in front of people and acting things out. *shudder* Charades would be way too embarassing for me, and I would pretty much refuse to play. I can deal with Pictionary, but it's not my favorite because it means I have to get up in front of people.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cascademn View Post
    I really liked Settlers of Catan when I played it months ago...would that fall under Ni or somewhere else?
    Settlers of Catan is definitely an Ni game with some Fe.

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    For all these games, it depends quite a bit on your playstyle, but anyway.... list (functions in no particular order):

    Diplomacy - Ni, Fe, Te, Ti
    StarCraft - Ne, Ti, Te
    Quake - Se, Si, Ti, Ne
    Pokemon - Ti, Ne, Ni
    Chess - Te, Ni, Si

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    Quote Originally Posted by Costrin View Post
    StarCraft - Ne, Ti, Te
    Oh when I said Warcraft being a heavy Si game, I meant World of Warcraft.

    Warcraft/Starcraft is mainly Ne/Te.

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    What would you guys say Go would be?
    I'm thinking Te - Ti - Fi and possibly Ni.
    Open for interpretation.
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    Multiboxing in WoW is Ne+Ti. :P

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    Graphic adventures are usually Ne playground.
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