Or maybe it’s NOT supposed to be about identifying particular single plays, and is just showing “ingredients” that come into play. That would ease the apparent problems of non-uniqueness. But mayhap we can make some mappings anyway.
This was printed (in their newsletter and on GoComics) with the answer key attached and inverted. Here we’ve snipped it off and held it back, to be posted as a comment after people have had a day to provide guesses or reasonings.
Remind me, which is the podcast or Brit-tv panel show where they sometimes have a quiz like this?
Another quiz-cartoon from the same feature.
Post answers however you please.
From the New Yorker end-of-year Cartoons Issue. A two-page spread of five cartoons by Liana Finck titled “Stay-at-home Fun”, embodying puzzles or quizzes — credited, as this scan has captured, as “Puzzles by Liz Maynes-Aminzade and Andy Kravis”.