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Zak Stratton
United States
Michigan
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Hi all,

I have searched for this game for years now but do not remember what it is called. I don't have contact with the person that owned it and I don't remember hardly anythinga about it except that it was really fun! Here are the things I definitely remember:

* There were different kinds of resources that were all small cubes. (The same size as in Lords of Waterdeep)
* One of the resources was a pink cube

Here are the things I am *pretty sure* on
* One of the resources was grey
* The game was set in a Medieval type era
* There was a scoring track that went around the board

Other possibilities:

* All players sold goods at the same time
* White and black cubes.

I know this is almost nothing to go on but I don't have enough information to google and have spent several hours looking through this website and others with no luck.

 
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Marina SC
Canada
Vaughan
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As a shot in the dark, Caylus?
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Pete Goch
United States
San Francisco
California
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It could be any number of games but Caylus comes to mind.
 
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J
United States
California
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Going pretty much only off "pink cubes": (sorry, my browser is wonky and i can't link right now)

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Serenissima
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David H
United Kingdom
West London
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As above that sounds just like the Village
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Zak Stratton
United States
Michigan
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Serenissima is the closest hit so far. Unfortunately none of these are correct. I feel like at this point perhaps the image I have in my mind isn't even close enough to recognize the game if I saw it.

Thanks everybody for your help.
 
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Quantum Jack
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Kentucky
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Pillars of the earth?

Do you know the time period when you played it?
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