Secret Hitler is a great little hidden role game that I backed on Kickstarter because I love that kind of thing (even though Cards Against Humanity - a game co-created by Max Temkin, who also co-created SH - is a real pile of shit).
It's a game about the horrible rise of fascism in 1930s Germany, and despite the schlocky title, is a surprisingly astute take on the ways in which evil can creep into power, and good, if weak people, can underestimate it, or worse - try and use it for their own gains.
America is now run by an orange fascist, and the creators of SH have done a great bit of publicity / slamming by sending a copy of their game to all 100 US senators, saying:
"We thought you and your staff might found our game relevant as you negotiate the balance of power with the Trump White House."
It's almost enough to make me forgive the reprehensible Cards Against Humanity. Almost.