Unless you’re an outdoor athlete, winter lends itself to inside activities. This is why we have sorted 27 of the best board and party games by Enneagram type. Spending time with friends or family playing board games is also a fun way to speak someone’s Quality Time Love Language. Speaking of Love Languages, if you’ve not checked out our Love Language Gifts you should check that out next.
When it comes to choosing a board or party game, Matthew Bolton’s Review of the 16 Best Board Games reminds readers that board games are a great opportunity to spend time with people in an age where plenty of our encounters are digital. Also, when choosing a board game, it’s important to think about not only who you’re playing with, but also a game you’ll personally enjoy. That’s why we’ve sorted the 27 of the best board and party games by Enneagram type to help you find a game or activity that might just fit your personality.
Are you more competitive or cooperative?
Do you prefer complex strategy or simple scoring?
Do you want to play solo or with a group of people?
All of these questions play into your personality type, and might reveal why you prefer certain games or activities over others. Let’s get started exploring these 27 of the best board and party games by Enneagram type. If you’re ready to jump straight to your number, click on the link below, but make sure to double back and check out the rest of the numbers–they might just make a fun or clever gift idea you can pin now, for later.
The Lie Detector Game
This game includes a working lie-detector with voice analysis. Players in the hot seat are asked questions with the goal to catch them in a lie. Being honest, or outsmarting the detector, wins the game. Lights and sound reveal the truth.
Oh, and just in case this game makes anyone nervous, it comes with 126 questions if the blank questions are too risky.
The Awkward Storyteller
Creative thinking is how you’ll win this game. With a brief story plot, players ask the Storyteller questions that begin to build the story. But it’s not all completely random–the Storyteller must create a story using unique prompts. It’s group and shy-folk friendly game where originality and plot twists are exactly what is needed to win.
I Should Have Known That!
Unlike ridiculously hard trivia games that intimidate most of us, this trivia game is filled with everyday questions like: What is the character limit for Tweets on Twitter? How long did Sleeping Beauty actually sleep? But you’re not rewarded in this game for answering questions correctly–instead you lose points for incorrect answers that you probably should have known. If we can have teams, put an Enneagram 5 on ours.
Creativity, imagination, and problem solving–no we’re not explaining a typical Enneagram 7, but the game Concept. Play cooperatively or semi-cooperatively to share clues similar to Charades, but with images on the game board. Don’t worry, the points are far less important than having a great time, which is a Enneagram 7’s motto.
Control a group of inhabitants on the island of Atlantis, which is in the process of sinking in the water. You need to get your people from the central island, made up of hexagonal tiles, over to the safe islands in the corners of the board. You must protect and defend–the very best parts of an Enneagram 8.
Do you have a favorite board game? What is a must-have for any collection? Leave us a comment with your Enneagram type and your favorite game in the comments below.