I'm surprised because gaming seems like it almost requires a 'puzzlesolving' mind or personality*. Every game doesn't require an intellectual giant to be able to play, but as a general rule, gamers have to want to play games, and 'wanting to play games' tends to imply 'wants to sit and riddle through problems for fun.' (perhaps social games represent an exception to this observation).

So I'm curious if the original quote actually describes anybody. Has anybody really started the hobby of gaming not because he likes games, but because he likes the interaction with other people, which can't be gotten in birdwatching or photography or hiking clubs?

Please help.

I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.

https://boardgamegeek.com/thread/185920 … or-friends

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