Social deduction game

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A social deduction game is a type of video game where a few selected players are chosen to trick the other players into thinking they are regular players like them. The few selected players, or imposters, will sabotage the other players efforts. The game ends when the imposters have stopped the regular players efforts or if the regular players have completed their objectives/found and eliminated the imposters.[1]

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  1. John Mudd (October 28, 2021). "What First Class Trouble Needs to Stand Apart From Social Deduction Games Like Among Us". GameRant. Retrieved October 30, 2021.