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    i like audiosurf. it requires Si, so you remember to play it more than once a year and Se to listen to the music, and Ni, so you don't get bored, when there are no bricks on the road, because you have chosen a hemi sync soundtrack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raz View Post
    I'd venture to guess tetris requires some sort of intuition. You have to be able to plan ahead.
    Planning ahead would be more Te as well. It's a judgment or decision making process, not perception. I also meany to mention that it is also probably easier with good Se. (living and being able to respond in the here and how). When I use Ne, I end up not getting the pieces I need to fill in a particular section (that I had trusted in the possibility of), and eventually find myself swamped.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric B View Post
    Planning ahead would be more Te as well. It's a judgment or decision making process, not perception. I also meany to mention that it is also probably easier with good Se. (living and being able to respond in the here and how). When I use Ne, I end up not getting the pieces I need to fill in a particular section (that I had trusted in the possibility of), and eventually find myself swamped.
    Inferring possibilities and making plans are two different things.


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    Quote Originally Posted by lemons View Post
    Settlers of Catan is definitely an Ni game with some Fe.
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    Civ is Ne/Te.

    Odd. I rule at Catan, but seriously get stressed when playing Civ. Constantly feel like I'm forgetting something, whereas during Catan I don't pay attention to my opposition, I just play the underdog and enjoy the actual game. They tend to forget about me and not realize I'm about to win that way. Civ constantly gives me the feeling like I don't have a clear oversight of what's going on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    Odd. I rule at Catan, but seriously get stressed when playing Civ. Constantly feel like I'm forgetting something, whereas during Catan I don't pay attention to my opposition, I just play the underdog and enjoy the actual game. They tend to forget about me and not realize I'm about to win that way. Civ constantly gives me the feeling like I don't have a clear oversight of what's going on.
    If it makes you feel any better, I prefer to play Fi games. Rather I like the Fi aspects in games, like characters and complicated stories. I also got to love rich settings and landscapes, so what is that Se?

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