How about a play-doh wargame? Buy or make a whole bunch of play-doh in the same color, then make armies of little units. When one unit defeats another, it incorporates the doh from the defeated unit and grows larger. Eventually you have giant doh beings duking it out.
You could incorporate random plastic bits, marbles, whatever, to make the doh warriors more interesting and perhaps to give them unique abilities.
I had an idea similar to this a while ago. The whole thing was I would have a gray (used to be glow in the dark, but got mixed with other colors) chunk of Silly Putty, and it would be a monster (possibly a Secret Faction) In a battle. It's whole attack base would be whatever weapons it could make, and I would stat them on the spot. Also, it would absorb minifigs and hold them captive, or absorb bricks and/or weapons and use them to fight.
If we were to make a rulebook, we need stats for different sizes. People start off with one clump of play-doh. That overrules CP, since you actually make the things with physical cost. You can blow it all on some sort of Cheese Moon, a couple of were-rabbits or a load of penguins.
dilanski wrote:Have your imaginary balls exploded all over the keypad or something?