The Voigtlander Vito I, II and IIa might do the trick. No meter, however.

In addition, nearly any German folding camera from the 1950s. Plus, the earliest Retinas are very compact, but of course lack meters.

In terms of modern day cameras (those from the 1960s to present day), the choices are limited. If you don't like the Rollei 35, you have almost no other alternatives -- if you want manual control over shutter speed or aperture.

Your best choice might be the Olympus 35 RC.

I agree with Steve that buying a used Minox 35 is a big risk. My experience has been that six of the seven cameras that I bought had faulty shutters.

As always, you will probably need to replace the light seals on any Japanese camera.