Mar 15, 2022
There’s deception in Among Us and bluffing in Poker. But then there are multiplayer games where players you trusted will scam, betray, and backstab you to get ahead. Few things can be as upsetting in a game as being the victim of such treacherous play. But what, if anything, is wrong with playing this way?
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