OUTSET Lost in Translation 10330

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Lost in Translation

Invent crazy and convincing translations for international idioms. Vote on which translation you think is correct. Earn points for guessing the correct translation and when other players vote for your made-up translation. The player with the most points after 10 rounds wins the game!

There are 3 cards types in this game and thus 3 different kinds of made-up answers:
Picture Cards - Pictures of actual signs, packages, menus, and the like. One or more of the words in these pictures have been covered by question marks. Players look at the picture and come up with what they think is the best or funniest suggestion for what is covered.
Movie Titles - Players are given the original English name of a movie, and a country that did not use a direct translation. Players create their funniest version of what that country used as the title (when translated back into English).
Idioms - Players are shown an idiom in another language and the literal (word-for-word) English translation. Players must guess what the idiom actually means.

This game box contains
396 cards
Answer pad
6 pencils
Score pad

Suitable for Ages 12+       No of players 4-44
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Lost in Translation     

Invent crazy and convincing translations for international idioms. Vote on which translation you think is correct. Earn points for guessing the correct translation and when other players vote for your made-up translation. The player with the most points after 10 rounds wins the game.

There are 3 cards types in this game and thus 3 different kinds of made-up answers:
Picture Cards - Pictures of actual signs, packages, menus, and the like. One or more of the words in these pictures have been covered by question marks. Players look at the picture and come up with what they think is the best or funniest suggestion for what is covered.
Movie Titles - Players are given the original English name of a movie, and a country that did not use a direct translation. Players create their funniest version of what that country used as the title (when translated back into English).
Idioms - Players are shown an idiom in another language and the literal (word-for-word) English translation. Players must guess what the idiom actually means.

This game box contains:
396 cards
Answer pad
6 pencils
Score pad

Suitable for Ages 12+      No of players: 4-44

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