human - Murder is more like a party game. I haven't played in a lot of years, but what I recall of the game is that there is a person who is the "murderer" and they kill individual each round. People need to figure out who the murderer is, by working together, but there is always the possibility that the person you are working with is the murderer and they are going to betray you. Interesting exercise in how much you trust others, but I don't recall all the mechanics.
Sardines is like reverse hide and seek - there is one person who hides, and everyone fans out to hunt them. If you find them, you have to hide with them (people end up packing in to the hiding place like sardines). The last person searching has to hide next round. This one is really kind of good for just practicing sneaking around places. Especially fun in either an abandoned building or a cemetery (at night, obvs).
I've never really played Go, but used to really like chess (not that I was good at it), and Catan is fun, even if the idea of settling land, domesticating animals, mining, farming, road and city building are generally not my preferred activities IRL.