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Interactive Wheel of Love.

"Love Types Puzzle" is a small knowledge level game to match the love with the correct property. Interactive desktop exercise to explore and study the Colour Wheel Theory of Love and 6 types of love. Psychology learning game, suitable for online lessons and interactive classes. Free online game.

This fun psychology game include the following types of love:
  • Eros - Catalyst - Body
  • Ludus - Catalyst - Emotion
  • Storge - Catalyst - Memories
  • Mania - Catalyst - Survival
  • Agape - Catalyst - Spirit
  • Pragma - Catalyst - Mind
Love Types Puzzle

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How to play Love Types Puzzle.

There are 6 love types in different colors left of the game screen. Drag and drop them in the appropriate position on the Colour Wheel of Love, according to their catalyst. Make it for less than 7 tries for good mark.

Knowledge Achievements:
Know 6 love types and get +1 Knowledge Level.
Difficulty: Very Easy.

Love Types Puzzle Screenshot

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Class subject: Colour wheel theory of love.

The colour wheel theory of love is an idea created by the Canadian psychologist John Alan Lee that describes six love:

Eros - Eros is the Greek term for romantic, passionate, or sexual love, from which the term erotic is derived. Describes as a passionate physical and emotional love feeling of wanting to satisfy, create sexual contentment, security, and aesthetic enjoyment for each other. Catalyst - Body

Ludus - Ludus means "game" or "school" in Latin. The term is used to describe those who see love as a desire to want to have fun with each other, to do activities indoor and outdoor, tease, indulge, and play harmless pranks on each other. Catalyst - Emotion

Storge - Storge is the Greek term for familial love. Storge is defined as growing slowly out of friendship and based more on similar interests and a commitment to one another rather than on passion. Catalyst - Memories

Mania - Mania is derived from the Ancient Greek term, meaning "mental disorder", from which the term "manic" is derived. Defined as flowing out of a desire to hold one's partner in high esteem and wanting to love and be loved in this way, seeing specialness in the interaction. This type of love tends to lead a partner into a type of madness and obsessiveness. Catalyst - Survival

Agape - Agape is derived from Ancient Greek term for altruistic love. Described as an altruistic love, given by the lover who sees it as his obligation without expecting reciprocity. Agapic lovers are usually older and more emotionally mature, thus a love guided by will and reason than emotion or attraction. Catalyst - Spirit

Pragma - Pragma comes from the Ancient Greek term, meaning 'businesslike', from which terms like pragmatic are derived. Defined as the most practical type of love, not necessarily derived out of true romantic love. Rather, pragma is a convenient type of love. Catalyst - Mind

Eros Love Card Ludus Love Card Storge Love Card Mania Love Card Agape Love Card Pragma Love Card

This fun psychology game may answer the following questions:
  • Which are the 6 love types?
  • What are the 6 loves in Colours?
  • What are the properties of the 6 love types?
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