Create a three-dimensional sculpture from cubes whilst blocking off rival colours in Ctrl. Beginning with just a plain black cube, Ctrl sees players taking it in turns to place their individually-coloured pieces with the aim of dominating any visible space. The game for two to four players has a scoring system that forces its players to think carefully about where to attach their cubes.
Each round sees players’ cubes scored based on how many angles – besides the bottom – that they can be successfully viewed from. For example, if one player’s blocks can be seen from the left and right, but not the back or front, then they score points for just those two angles. Flags can be placed on matching coloured blocks to prevent other players from building on top of those pieces, thereby securing the corresponding player points for that set of cubes. The winner of Ctrl is whoever has successfully scored the most points with their coloured cubes.