In the 60s or 70s my parents played a game that looked like a layered circular wooden tower. Each layer could be turned independently, and had holes around its perimeter. The game was played by loading red or black coloured wooden balls onto the top wooden layer. The balls would fall into the holes. You turned one or more of the lower layers to get the holes to line up, thereby getting one or more of the wooden balls to fall out of the lowest wooden layer, which you could count towards points. The game consisted of loading balls into the top layer, turning lower layers so many times, and then the next person would have a go. I don't know what the victory conditions were---maybe first person to accrue so many points. Could have been a Euro game.
There is a similar question here but none of the answers provided match with I remember: What is this game involving moving circular levels and small balls that get moved up and down them?