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Introversion Software has announced that Paradox Interactive has picked up the rights for their prison building sim, Prison Architect. The news broke earlier this week...
Introversion Software have released another update for their prison management sim, Prison Architect, which introduces multiplayer. Have you ever wanted to build a prison with...
It's been a long and winding road for Introversion Software's Prison Architect. Following its release last year, the team have still been working hard to release periodic updates to the game, but now that update cycle has come to an end.
Prison Architect launched out of Early Access in October last year with its 1.0 PC release. Since then, the game has launched on consoles, and was a part of the latest Steam Summer Sale, and now Introversion Software has revealed that the game has sold over 2 million units on PC, Mac, and Linux.
Hey crooks, if you thought you were safe on your current-gen console or Xbox 360, then think again as Prison Architect is coming to lock you up this Spring.
Prison... A place where people go when they commit crimes against humanity. In Prison Architect, it's up to you whether you follow the course...
If you haven't noticed, Introversion Software have been busy beavering away on their next game for the better part of five years and come October 6, their next game, Prison Architect will officially launch, so we caught up with Chris Delay and Mark Morris to find out how that process has been and what's in store for existing and future players of Prison Architect when it launches next week.
Prison Architect launches on October 6 and for those unfamiliar with the game from Introversion Software, the name pretty much gives it away. You're tasked with building and managing your own prison. But in a new update from the developers, that's not all you're going to be doing.
After a pretty lengthy development, Introversion Software has today announced that their prison building and management sim, Prison Architect, will be launching on PC this October.
Introversion Software has today released the last ever alpha update video before the game launches fully in October. Because all good things have to come to an end.
Introversion Software, the developers behind one of my personal favourite hacker simulators, Uplink, and the upcoming prison building game, Prison Architect, have finally set a date on when the latter game will actually launch, and it's about damn time!
Welcome to a new n3rdabl3 Plays: Prison Architect. In this first episode, we are playing through the introduction/tutorial. The CEO of the prison helps us build a working execution room with an electric chair, this is being built for Edward for murdering his wife and her cheating lover. In the next episode we start our planning for the best working prison.
By today, you're probably all stuffed to the brim with Turkey, sick of the sight of family members and want to crawl off to your gaming cave to play some of the great games you've not had a chance to play due to the festivities. Before you go and murder some soldiers/aliens/zombies, have a glimpse at Steam for some post-Boxing Day treats.
Introversion Software's Prison Architect is still very much in Alpha, but that hasn't stopped people emptying the virtual shelves and throwing their cash at the company for what appears to be the best prison simulation game, ever.