Limpeh Says
The game few asked for.


But we delivered anyway. Limpeh Says is meticulously designed and crafted with precision, care, and love. The brain-child of creator Tan Yong Heng, was initially developed as a school project for a 2-credit module, much to the dismay of three people. Tan, then 20, set out to do the unthinkable.
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Unapologetic in nature, the party game is beloved for its size and capability. And now there are even more reasons to love it. The A12 Bioni-


Red. White. Simple.

The National Flag consists of two equal horizontal sections, red above white. A white crescent moon occupies the upper left red section. Next to the moon are five white stars arranged in a circle.

Each feature of the Flag bears a unique symbolic meaning. Red stands for universal brotherhood and equality of man. White symbolises pervading and everlasting purity and virtue. The crescent moon represents a young nation on the ascendant, and the five stars depict Singapore's ideals of democracy, peace, progress, justice and equality.

Meanwhile, Limpeh Says is red and white because I copied the flag lmao. The top cover of the box doesn’t fully extend down because having it halfway like the flag would be a bitch to hold. Now, I leave you with a quote:

“Keep it simple, stupid.”

— Sang Nila Utama


It’s not about the size of the card. It’s how you use it.

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Limpeh Says plays similarly to Cards Against Humanity. Although meant for aged 18 and above, the gameplay mechanics are that of 12 and below. It has 550 unique cards, 90 Red, and 460 white. Red cards are questions to prompt other players, while white cards are answers.

Here are some tips and tricks to win:

  • Play the cards according to the Limpeh’s humour.

  • Get good.


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Here at Limpeh Says, we strive to bring the best personal party gaming experience to the world through our innovative hardware. We are committed to improve the well-being of Singaporeans. Limpeh Says’ emphasis on multi-racialism and equality brought peace, progress and prosperity to Singapore within a span of fifty years.