Tips: A/B and C/D must make sure to take responsibility to move the scene forward. A/B should provide appropriate actions, and C/D must understand that it's their translated dialogue that progresses the scene.
Gimmicks: Player A says only a few words, and Player C offers an extensive translation. Or, Player A says a long line of Gibberish words, and Player C translates it into only one or two words.
Variants: Get the suggestion of a specific foreign language (real or fictional) to speak in.
- The scene can be an open improv scene, or a specific type of scene (such as a foreign movie).
This game is called Gibberish Translator. A and B will be performing a scene, but can only speak in Gibberish. C and D will each be translating for them, so that you can understand what's happening in the scene.
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