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The New Yorker Cartoon Caption Game

board game

All Things Equal publishers brought out The New Yorker Cartoon Caption Game in 2006. The firm specializes in humorous specialty games such as Loaded Questions and Awkward Family Photos. The Cartoon Caption game is likened to the popular game Balderdash, but characterized as "much funnier." Players advance by writing captions to already existing New Yorker cartoons, while an opponent judges which written caption is the best. The writer of the best caption advances along the board.

ManufacturerAll Things Equal, Inc.
Materialprinted paper | cardboard | plastic
Stylehumor | writing
Object ID113.1641

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