Gemblo is the family name of abstract strategy games created by Justin Oh. The majority of the games consist of translucent, colored pieces, each of which is made up of one to five geometric spaces. Each player has an identical set of pieces in a unique color. The goal is to get rid of all of your pieces by placing them on the game board. Once all players have placed as many pieces as they can, they count the number of units in the pieces they couldn't place, and the player with the lowest score wins.
Pyramid deviates from this as it uses cubes and there is a 3D element, but it still uses the familiar translucent player colors and gold game board found in other Gemblo games.