Pete’s Box is a construction by Peter Blose from his oddly named company Prevideo Productions.
Peter paints different games onto six wooden boards with raised ridges on each end that can assemble into a game cube. Games include various classic games, as well as differently-named versions of games currently trademarked by Hasbro and Mattel (e.g. “World Domination”, “Property Trading Game”). Pieces come with the boards.
It’s all very pretty, but pricey, as each side ranges from $30 to $80.
Still, it’s a bit cheaper than the Geoffrey Parker game cubes, which cost around $20,000.