07:15 am - Something of an odd reason to post, I'm sure...
This is a request for help locating an older and rather unique game published in book form. It's a stand-alone game, which I believe originally had the title of "Maze Cubes", possibly by Larry Evans. That's as much as my memory and digging through Google
for an hour could dig up.
Now, more specifics on the book itself: It was originally nothing but page after page of paper fold-up cubes, meant to be cut out, and glued together. The paper was normal thickness, so the cubes ended up being remarkably light and 'airy' when completed.
Printed over the surfaces were white paths on all the cubes, and on some of the cubes that were considered 'advanced' cubes, yellow paths were added as well. All six sides of any given cube would have these paths on it.
The game was simple, arrange the cubes into any arbitrary pattern, and try to get from one point on them to another point on the pile of cubes you just made. It was quite fun, but unfortunately I lost the set I had years ago during one of my many moves.
I'd like to locate another copy of the book, if I can. But I can't seem to find any conclusive information on the book itself, or if any 'uncut' used copies even exist, let alone how to find one on EBay or Amazon since I can't conclusively verify the name of the book still. =-.-=
So... anyone out there have any help? =^.^=0 comments