Unknown Teams / Goals / Ownership
These games include information which some or all opponents do not know, but which is static throughout the game, such as player colors, team membership, or individual player goals. This inherently leads to a bluffing element. In Bluffing games, the unknown information changes throughout the game or is based on other factors, such as which of your opponent's pawns are dangerous. In Unknown Teams games, the unknown information is fixed throughout the game.
You may also be interested in games in the Bluffing / Outguessing genre.
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