Updated: Dec 29, 2022
Legs 11, A Pepys Fun With Figures Game
First Published: 1974, Pepys Game, Castell Larby Ltd., Cross Street, London
Illustrator or Designer: Not Credited
Contents: 36 Cards
4 each of 9 nine cards.
The game owes its name to the traditional Bingo call of "Legs Eleven", made when the 11 ball is drawn, to which the audience reply is, or was, a wolf whistle.
Everything has been cut except the corners. There's no title card, no rules leaflet, the size of the cards is small and the pack itself only has 36 of them.
Rex Pitts on World of Playing Cards said Legs 11 was the "only game produced in Hong Kong and it even had square corners. This could well have been by way of an experiment, which seems not to have been a success.".
Game & Version Details
Legs 11 - Card Back
Legs 11 - Rules Printed on the Box Back
Legs 11 - Box Top
Legs 11 - Box Side Left
Legs 11 - Box Base
Legs 11 - Box Side Right
Legs 11 - Box Front With Flap