I like Third Reich, Cosmic Encounter, Hearts, Sports Illustrated Baseball, Mythology, Divine Right, D&D and Delta Green. I have every song Pink Floyd ever recorded--even their solo stuff. I'm also interested in astronomy, herbalism, New Testament Greek, the San Diego Padres, and philosophy. I like to watch Jeopardy!, Life on Mars, The Universe, True Blood, old westerns, and storms. I collect ferns, D&D Minis, and Baseball Digests. And games. I like talking to old people, plum wine, my church, paintings by Edvard Munch, and to be awakened gently.
Dislikes include people without tact, bullies, beaches, waterboarding, reality TV shows, rap music, the Electoral College, sand, too much light, The Patriot Act, and controversy..
Best cluster match quality: 0.324923547400612
100 Amerigamer (Type 2) (177 121 1563 1589)
63 Amerigamer (Type 1) (15 121 177 7929)
37 Eurogamer (Type 2) (15 177)
36 Eurogamer (Type 3) (15 121 177)
26 Eurogamer (Type 1) (177 15)
Interpreting the graph
The overall size of the gray blob is an indicator of how well the games selected fit in the clusters.
The right side is Eurogames and the left side is Amerigames. The specific varieties of Euros and Amerigames are labeled on the axes. A blob skewed to the right represents a more Eurogame game or gamer, to the left more of an Amerigame(r). Up and down seem to be correlated with game 'weight' or approachability. Up is 'lighter', down is 'heavier'.
Approximate meanings of the clusters
Euro-1: Core Eurogames, like Puerto Rico.
Euro-2:Family Eurogames, typically lighter, like Settlers of Catan, Carcassonne and Ticket to Ride.
Euro-3: Heavy Eurogames, such as El Grande or Tigris & Euphrates.
Ameri-1:New style American games, typically with lots of plastic miniatures.