- It is played with small cubes having a different marking on each side representing directions such as straight, turn, an X, diagonal, and two other symbols I don't recall.
- The board has numerous square notches in it for the cubes to fit in. The notches are aligned in columns/rows similar to a chess board with connecting lines.
- I do not know what the goal of the game is.
- I know that the cubes can only be moved in the direction of the marking on the current face of it.
- It's possible the game may even be ancient in origin.
I found the game in a book of games that no longer exist. There were diagrams of the game along with detailed playing instructions. I made a physical copy of the game about 20 years ago, but accidentally threw it out last year. The book I found it in was one of those history-of-board-games books, but I do not remember the title and I've not found the game in other books of those type.