Video Games to Play Based on Your Myers-Briggs: Introduction

A while ago, I wrote a post with video game recommendations based on your zodiac sign. That post was so popular that I figured it would be fun to do something similar with another popular personality identifier: Myers-Briggs.

For those that do not know, the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is an introspective self-report questionnaire that uses your answers to determine the type of person you are. The questions cover your thought processes and reactions and actions to various scenarios. And at the end of the questionnaire, you are given your type.

There are 16 different types for the MBTI, and they are pieced together with the following parts.

  • Introvert or Extrovert – whether you are inwardly or outwardly focused
  • Intuitive or Sensing  – How you prefer to take in information
  • Thinking or Feeling – How you prefer to make decisions
  • Judging or Perceiving – How you prefer to live your “outer” life

So an example type from these factors is INTJ or Introvert iNtuitive Thinking Judging. All 16 are shown below.





For this miniseries, I am going to divide the 16 personalities into 4 separate posts. All of my research is coming from 16 Personalities so I shall divide it like they do. So before you go on to read about your type, head to 16 Personalities and take their test to learn which one you are!

What is your MBTI type? Share it with a comment below!

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7 thoughts on “Video Games to Play Based on Your Myers-Briggs: Introduction

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  2. This is so cool! I feel like I get a different result on the Myers-Brigg every time I take it. This time I got INFP-T, and I must admit, it’s pretty spot on.

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