Diamond Trust of London is an NDS game dealing in unequal distribution of information. Not quite hybrid (social and computer) but it is definitely leveraging the power of independent computers.
"Diamond Trust is a two-player, turn-based, simultaneous-decision strategy game about diamond traders operating in Angola in the year 2000. Over the course of eight in-game months, diamonds accumulate in various regions to be taken by the highest bidder, and whoever brings the most diamonds back from Angola wins. Outfoxing your opponent is your main tactic, but bribing and spying mechanics complicate things. When agent loyalty waivers, your hidden information can be revealed to your opponent without you knowing that it has been revealed. On the other hand, you might know that one of your agents has been bribed by your opponent, but does your opponent know that you know?"
The nice thing about Diamond Trust, is that it is essentially a board game that takes away the logistics of turn management. It lets the computer handle turn order and information distribution, freeing up the players to simply play.
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