(Whisper to the Priest)
10 to 20 or more players
Outdoors or indoors
The players are divided into two teams with an equal number of players. One player is chosen to be the priest and two others to be the leaders of teams A and B. The two teams stand in parallel lines facing each other. The priest stands or sits in front of the teams at about five meters from the two teams. The leaders of the teams stand at the head of the line.
The leader of team A goes to the priest and whispers one of the names of the players of the team B. Then he returns to his place and the priest calls out, "Lapit!" ("Approach!") One of the players of team B approaches him. If it happens to be the very one whom the leader of team A mentioned, the priest says, "Bung!" He then falls out of line and stays somewhere near the priest as a prisoner.
If he is not the one who was mentioned, he is allowed to approach. He whispers to the Priest the name of one of the players of team A.
The game thus continues, and the team which has no player left is the loser.
PENALTY: Each of the players of the losing team carries one player of the winning team on his back to and fro as many times as agreed.
This game is also known in the Visayan region of the Philippines as "Honghonganay."