Todd Rowe
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Help! I can't sleep until I remember the name of this game. :soblue:

There were little cubes of various colors (about 1cm cubes). I remember green and white mostly. I can't remember if there were other colors.

Cubes may have been part of some larger game, but I recall stacking them or building structures with them.

Not many cubes per player (maybe 20 or so). I also remember little black velvet bags to store them in.

I had them back in 1992 - 1995.
 
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You are probably going to need to give more details, Euro games use cubes like I use toilet paper. Sorry.

What were the other mechanics of the game, what was the goal?
 
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Perhaps it was:



Or -- sorry, I'm a new user here -- is it only Geeklists where this is required to appear?
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My memory is really fuzzy on this for some reason. I can't remember if there was a board at all. It might have been a card game. All I can see are little bright green plastic cubes and little swirly white (like soap) cubes.

for some reason, I think it involved placing the cubes in rows/columns on the table, maybe stacking them too. there may have been an element of destruction too, trying to knock some over.

Sorry, I know it's really vague.
 
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Oh, and it was most likely an American game company, not Euro.
 
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If its vague, what's the intrest in tracking it down?
 
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I understand the way these things can bug you, but I think you will have to give more details I'm afraid. The cubes could have been green and white simply because those were the colours you were playing and many people seem to find it irresistible to stack cubes. The guys here are really good at working these things out (often takes seconds), but I think even they may need more than what could amount to "you can be green or white cubes..."

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I know, and I really appreciate people trying to help. but I'm sorry, that's all I've got to go on right now.

And the reason I want to ID this game is because I remember having fun with it and want to find a copy somewhere, but I don't have a clue what the name is. I think my kids would get a kick out of it too.

Are there any other sites out there that might be useful (like a card game site) similar to BGG? I'm new to this as you can tell.
 
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Stack Market / Gra-Gra Company?
 
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This is a stretch, but how about Dragon Dice?



 
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It would be awesome if it was Dragon Dice. Todd, I would totally take those off your hands.
 
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