The New Yorker is revered for its agenda-setting journalism. But there's a huge contingent that live for its cartoons. Based on the magazine's popular weekly contest, this game invites players to create the most witty, uproarious captions for iconic—and often sardonic—cartoons. One player judges the best caption but also has to guess who wrote it—a new twist on card games like Apples to Apples. You may find that your friends are even funnier than you realized—but don’t worry about being a world-class humorist; in a game like this, the bad captions are part of the fun. For 3 - 6 players, ages teen to adult.