I think INTJs play games just like every one else, they just have different goals and rules.Since INTJs don't get along with many people, I think we play a sort of "let's see how well we get along" game with our dates.The technical definition of a dating simulation game, known as a romantic simulation game in Japan, can involve several technical elements such as a time limit, several statistics such as looks and charm which can be boosted through exercise, or an "attraction meter" which can increase or decrease depending on one's decisions.Some original-English dating sims include Sim Girls, In a typical dating sim, the player controls a male avatar surrounded by female characters.The most common objective of dating sims is to date, usually choosing from among several characters, and to achieve a romantic relationship.
Sarah Hyndman is conducting the Human Experiment type tasting surveys, that will see you discover which types you'd date, what they'd taste like and what they'd sound like."I'm researching how we respond to typefaces – from associating them with personalities to what they would sound or taste like.
Most other types will try to double-down on the resulting tension of "does he like me" "does he know I like him" "does she want me to kiss her" "why can't he tell I want him to kiss me" etc. "INTJs generally don't want any of that tension nonsense. So, where most types will test the other person to see if they're a good tension partner, INTJs will test the other person to see if they're fun WITHOUT that tension game.