The eType Personality Test isn’t really a game per se. It’s more of an introduction to personality testing using Enneagram Studies.
Essentially the player is presented with a set of eighteen cards scattered across the screen. By looking at the pictures on the card and responding emotionally to the images, the player selects four cards.
The cards are then analyzed and the player is presented with a journal divided into four categories: summary, relationships, career and growth.
Unfortunately, only the summary really has any information in the free version of the game, and it doesn’t have much.
To get a full Enneagram reading the player has to pay $1.99 or $15.99 to see the readings for all personality types.
Due to corporate programs over the years, I’ve had personality testing done using various methodologies. I didn’t find eType to be particularly useful, because I already knew the information, but if you haven’t ever had a personality test this is an amusing introduction to the concepts.
If you want to pay the money to get the full analysis then it might be of some benefit to you. However, if you’re looking for a fun game using Enneagrams, this isn’t it.