Prison Architect

Prison Architect

The game is a top-down 2D construction and management simulation where the player takes control of building and running a prison. The player is responsible for managing various aspects of their prison

Prison Architect's Free Psych Ward Update Is Out Now

Prison Architect's Free Psych Ward Update Is Out Now

Prison Architect's latest update, Psych Ward, has arrived. You will now be tasked with looking after the criminally insane, adding a new twist to your builds.

Prison Architect's refurbished Psych Ward opens today

Prison Architect's refurbished Psych Ward opens today

Prison Architect is playing with particularly heavy themes in Psych Ward, the mental-health themed DLC pack for the carceral management sim.

Prison Architect's Console-Exclusive DLC Psych Ward Coming to PC

Prison Architect's Console-Exclusive DLC Psych Ward Coming to PC

Paradox Interactive announced that Prison Architect is getting the formerly console-exclusive Psych Ward DLC on PC on November 21st.

Prison Architect's console-exclusive DLC is coming to PC

Prison Architect's console-exclusive DLC is coming to PC

Prison Architect's Psych Ward DLC is leaving the confines of consoles and finally coming to PC, letting wardens run their own highly questionable prison for the "criminally insane" in November. Psych Ward introduces a new type of prisoner, along with new facilities and ways to deal with misbehaving inmates. These criminally insane inmates all have the potential to become dangerous and violent if not treated, because apparently mental illness means you're only a couple of bad days away from going on a rampage. Other inmates can also loose their cool and join the ranks of the criminally insane if you treat them poorly. The DLC does introduce some potentially interesting management wrinkles, especially if you have a mixed prison with different kinds of inmates, as you'll need to create new schedules for them so prisoners who don't get along, or those with behavioural problems, don't end up hanging out in the same place. Its representation of mental illness, however, leaves a great deal to be desired.The PC version comes with some exclusive additions, like padded solitary cells, a new warden, psychiatrist office upgrades, orderlies and more. Psych Ward: Warden's Edition is due out on November 21. Developer Double Eleven also teased another expansion that's expected out next year, a teaser for which you can watch below. 

Prison Architect will bring an embiggened Psych Ward to PC in November

Prison Architect will bring an embiggened Psych Ward to PC in November

Prison Architect will bring an expanded version of its Psych Ward update to PC on November 21st as DLC, following its release on consoles back in distant 2017.

Get Prison Architect, Shantae, Nex Machine, and more in the latest Humble Bundle

Get Prison Architect, Shantae, Nex Machine, and more in the latest Humble Bundle

The Humble Very Positive Bundle 3 is available until July 30.

Prison Architect Surpasses 4 Million Downloads, Gets New Update

Prison Architect Surpasses 4 Million Downloads, Gets New Update

Paradox Interactive has announced that Prison Architect has now surpassed 4 million downloads across PC, consoles, and mobile. Paradox Interactive has also reaffirmed their commitment to continue developing new content for the game alongside developer Double Eleven, who is responsible for many of the game’s ports. This announcement coincides with the release of a new […]The post Prison Architect Surpasses 4 Million Downloads, Gets New Update appeared first on Niche Gamer.

Prison Architect gets its first update from the new devs

Prison Architect gets its first update from the new devs

When Paradox Interactive acquired sandbox jail sim Prison Architect from Introversion, the publisher said it was "eager to explore the development of potential new games", but Prison Architect is still getting attention, too. New developer Double Eleven released its first update, The Clink, today. The Clink chucks a bunch of new floors and walls into your list, makes it easier to search for hidden tunnels, in turn stopping escapes. You'll also find more quick rooms in the quick build menu, when you can't be bothered to build another identical room by hand.  body .hawk-widget{--trd-blue:#2f6e91;width:100%;letter-spacing:normal;}._hawk.subtitle~.hawk-widget[data-widget-type=price]{margin:16px 0;}@media (min-width:600px){._hawk.subtitle~.hawk-widget[data-widget-type=price]{margin:0;min-height:128px;float:right;clear:none;width:50%;}.fancy_box_body ._hawk.subtitle~.hawk-widget[data-widget-type=price]{float:none;width:100%;}}.icon~.hawk-widget{clear:both;}@media (min-width:400px){body .buyingguide .product .hawk-widget.bg-price{float:right;width:40%;}}Check out the patch notes below:

Prison Architect Celebrates 4 Million Sales by Letting Guards Search Toilets

Prison Architect Celebrates 4 Million Sales by Letting Guards Search Toilets

Some like managing hospitals, others like managing game development studios. It turns out that I like managing supermax prisons, with an over-reliance on riot police to keep my inmates in check. Who knew? It seems that

Paradox Interactive Acquires Introversion Software’s ‘Prison Architect’

Paradox Interactive Acquires Introversion Software’s ‘Prison Architect’

Publisher and developer Paradox Interactive has acquired the rights to popular management sim title "Prison Architect."