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    Below you can find "helpful" reviews from verified owners of Prison Architect - provided by Steam. You can provide a review for this game on Steam, and it may be added here automatically after a short time.

    December 28, 2016, 8:16 pm
    I started playing the game at about 12:00 PM planning to play it for an hour, I stopped playing it at about 2:00 AM.
    I had things to do today, I didn't even know that much time passed.
    This is a problem.


    Do I recommend because of good game or do I not recommend because it will waste away your days?
    This is a difficult decision.
    Insayno review of
    61.7 Hours Played ‐ 174 products in account
    December 20, 2016, 8:16 pm
    You can't go wrong with this game. Definitely make sure that this game is in your library, if it isn't already. One of the best games I've ever played. Great job, guys. Keep up the good work!
    kristinstewart review of
    kristinstewart (View Profile)
    138.1 Hours Played ‐ 76 products in account
    December 18, 2016, 8:16 pm
    I ran a pretty good prison.

    One day a guy comes in. Apparently, he's a legendary.

    Why are there no pokeballs?

    Afterwards he kills 21 people so i lock him in a cell and brick him inside. Two days later he's still alive. I put armed guards in position and remove the wall.

    "FIRE AT Will!

    Guy takes two shotgun blasts to the face after starving for 2 days.

    Then prison burns down.

    1 /1
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    scientificskeleton (View Profile)
    28.7 Hours Played ‐ 7 products in account
    December 9, 2016, 8:16 pm
    I've played this game since before it was on Steam, and let me tell you, it was 100% worth the price back in 2013, and even more worth it now. This game gives you lots of freedom; you can follow the campaign, go sandbox and do your thing, or even be one of the prisoners trying to escape. Plus, Prison Architect is just layer on layer of depth, with systems overlapping and mechanics interwining so well that it almost feels real.

    In short, there's no way I can't recommend this game... it's just too good.
    Zapness review of
    63.8 Hours Played ‐ 211 products in account
    November 23, 2016, 8:16 pm
    Simply loving this game so much. Every day I come out of work I get a chance to be the warden in my own prison. I love it how the developers of this game added so much content over the time it was in Early Access. I didn't only buy it on Steam, but also on my Xbox One - on which it is great too! If you are a fan of managing games, building games and generally good games, Prison Architect should be in your games collection!
    bulldogtriangle review of
    bulldogtriangle (View Profile)
    30.7 Hours Played ‐ 50 products in account
    November 23, 2016, 8:16 pm
    134 hours of play. 134 hours I will never get back and I regret NOTHING! Prison Architect is one of those games you can't stop playing. I always think, maybe I can do it this way or, what about this. Everytime, and it's just as fun every time. Give it a shot you won't regret it either.
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    zealphanerd (View Profile)
    135.1 Hours Played ‐ 107 products in account
    November 11, 2016, 8:16 pm
    It's one of those games where you binge play for a few days (or weeks!) quit, remember it and repeat. I really enjoy this game and it has a lot of replayability.
    Flonk28 review of
    15.1 Hours Played ‐ 59 products in account
    October 30, 2016, 8:16 pm
    A prisoner walk through the metal detecter and a knife was found. The guards brought him to his cell but didnt take his knife so later on, there is was a riot, he stabs anyone he sees and I get sent to jail because of the guards.



    11/10
    Sgt. Something review of
    Sgt. Something (View Profile)
    47.4 Hours Played ‐ 15 products in account
    August 23, 2016, 8:16 pm
    I have a fairly large sandbox prison, plenty of guards, and extremely harsh punishments of solitary for up to 40+ hours just for having a spoon in your pocket. I had 50+ prisoners in solitary at any given time, but that wasn't enough for me. I pulled all of my guards out of the cell blocks, and locked the doors. Days later, what I was hoping for had happened.

    'RIOT UNDERWAY, 418 PRISONERS ARE RIOTING'
    >Hire 50 armed guards
    >Split them up and station them near the cellblock doors which the prisoners would break through at any moment
    >Free-fire enabled

    Long story short, DEATHS(today): 210, all of these were prisoners.
    Just buy the game already, come on!
    DejaMoo review of
    55.8 Hours Played ‐ 69 products in account
    August 7, 2016, 8:16 pm
    >I decided to start a new prison.
    >I managed to progress farther then any of my other prisons.
    >A legendary prisoner named Leonidas I arrived at my prison.
    >I built a cell surrounded with 3 layer thick concrete walls, solitary doors, and armed guards.
    >Leonidas managed to break the doors down and kill an armed guard while the rest were resting.
    >He took down 2 armed guards and 5 guards in half a minute.
    >Since he was an instigator, he managed to upset the prisoners in the canteen.
    >My 300 prisoners in the canteen started a massive riot.
    >The 300 prisoners followed Leonidas, as they mowed down all of my guards and busted down all the doors.
    >The ceo called and told me to stop the riot.
    >I ordered a whole squad of riot guards into the prison.
    >Leonidas and his 300 prisoners easily mowed down the riot guards.
    >The ceo finally called and ordered the army to move in.
    >Leonidas and his 300 prisoners were shot down in cold blood by the army.
    >Leonidas and his 300 prisoners may be dead, but they shall remain in history.

    11/10 Would Sparta again.
    9238746510 review of
    9238746510 (View Profile)
    193.2 Hours Played ‐ 37 products in account
    June 5, 2016, 8:16 pm
    All these reviews talk about how much fun it can be to create a draconian panopticon of hell, but I find it much more profitable to push on rehabilitation. You get money every time you take in prisoners, so it pays to be constantly taking them in, and you get a nice bonus whenever you release someone on parole and they don't reoffend. And while housing them in constant terror can reduce their will to re-offend, it's rather difficult to get that bonus check from a dead man.
    And the great thing about this game? Both philosophies are perfectly valid. They each have benefits and flaws, and it's your job to strike the balance between the two to get your desired result. Go on, experiment; it's just the lives of criminals you're tinkering with, after all.
    meddlingmiddleman review of
    meddlingmiddleman (View Profile)
    160.9 Hours Played ‐ 163 products in account
    June 5, 2016, 8:16 pm
    It's like Zoo Tycoon but with people instead

    10/10 would stab secretary again
    Luna review of
    94.7 Hours Played ‐ 114 products in account
    June 4, 2016, 8:16 pm
    Prison Architect is one of those games, kind of like the sims, with which you occasionally have the brief moments of clarity where you realise that you're wasting your time scheduling and organising the lives of simulated people and you get the sudden urge to do something productive in real life like build some furniture or take a cooking class or raise a family.

    Thankfully these moments pass and you can go back to playing the game.
    darraghhickey review of
    darraghhickey (View Profile)
    14.7 Hours Played ‐ 264 products in account
    June 3, 2016, 8:16 pm
    32 prisoners have serious complaints

    *distant shotgun blast*

    31 prisoners have serious complaints

    10/10
    woofel review of
    163.8 Hours Played ‐ 152 products in account
    May 27, 2016, 8:16 pm
    It's the Rollercoaster Tycoon of the modern age.

    It's a completely bizzare idea but somehow building and maintaining a prison is damn good fun.
    Pharap review of
    58.6 Hours Played ‐ 187 products in account
    May 8, 2016, 8:16 pm
    Long-time player here, I've been supporting the game and the team for a few years now.

    For starters, this game has a huge mod database, and mod community continuing to produce for it. Developers see this and notice that some mods need to become supported by an official patch, and they are implemented. These guys have worked their asses off to prove the Early Access system wrong, and they did. This game is a sucess and proves what backers can do for developers who put their heart into their game.

    Game has minimal, if any bugs with vanilla base game. When you put in mods in any game you run the risk for bugs, thankfully the base game experience provides a simply incredible game, one that doesn't actually NEED modifications, but if you want them, plenty exist.

    Must buy for those who enjoy city builders, or simulation games.
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    723.0 Hours Played ‐ 1,352 products in account

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    Developer: Introversion Software
    Publisher: Introversion Software
    Released: October 6, 2015


    About Prison Architect


    Prison Architect - Steam WorkshopAbout the GameBuild and Manage A Maximum Security Prison. Prison Architect is the world's latest Prison Management Sim. Starting with an empty plot of land you must construct a holding cell with basic water and electricity to house your first batch of prisoners, to buy you enough time to create a proper cell block. You'll need to hire some guards, get some showers built and unless the kitchen is up and running with chefs working away you're going to end up with a riot on your hands. From there you take your prison in which-ever direction you like.

    A monsterous super-max or comfortable center for rehabilitation, the choice is up to you. Prison Architect is currently in Alpha which means that the game is playable, but still in development. Not all features are implemented yet and there are many bugs that may affect gameplay. We are currently releasing monthly updated builds which include new features and bug fixes. By buying the alpha you will automatically be gifted a free copy of the full game when it's finished.

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    Prison Architect System Specifications

    Minimum:

  • OS:XP
  • Processor:Intel Core2 Duo 2.4Ghz or Higher / AMD 3Ghz or Higher
  • Memory:4 GB RAM
  • Graphics:Nvidia 8600 / Radeon equivalent (2009 era)
  • Hard Drive:300 MB HD space
  • Minimum:

  • Processor:2009 era Macbook Pro, Core2 Duo processor
  • Memory:4 GB RAM
  • Hard Drive:300 MB HD space
  • OS: Ubuntu 12.04 or later
  • Processor: Intel Core2 Duo 2.4Ghz or Higher / AMD 3Ghz or Higher
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Nvidia 8600 / Radeon equivalent (2009 era)
  • Hard Drive: 300 MB HD space
  • Prison Architect is subject to certain terms and conditions which are available here: http://www.introversion.co.uk/legal/

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