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I played a game about 5 years ago; pretty sure it would be classified as a Euro game. You have a player mat made by putting a few tiles together, I think a 2x2 square of square tiles. Each tile has a grid on it, I think it's a 6x6 grid or so.

On your turn, you take small cubes and place them on your board; 1 cube per grid space. You can place up to 2 cubes on a turn as long as the 2 cubes are adjacent to each other. There might be 2 or 3 different color cubes you can choose to place, I can't remember for sure. The object is to end up with the most coverage or to cover specific areas, something like that.

Ring any bells?

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It sounds similar to Blockus (i.e. square grid that players take turns placing pieces on), but the blockus pieces are tetris-esque, not single squares – EvilAmarant7x Mar 9 '13 at 20:30
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Tracked it down... Mykerinos.

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Feel free to accept this answer if you're not hoping for some sort of better answer. – Gregor Mar 11 '13 at 0:56

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