Prison Ar­chi­tect

Be it hol­i­day camp or work camp, build your own epic jail

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A/ s the name sug­gests, this is a con­struc­tion and man­age­ment sim in the mould of clas­sics such as Sim City and Theme Park, but with a fas­ci­nat­ing twist; in­stead of try­ing to at­tract lit­tle peo­ple into your com­plex, you’re try­ing to stop them from es­cap­ing. Your only re­mit is to main­tain or­der within the prison, and since there’s no obli­ga­tion to keep your cap­tives happy, you can choose to do that by be­ing as big a bas­tard as the (ever bendable) rules al­low. Bluffer’s Guide Build and main­tain a nice, cosy so­cial home for so­ci­ety’s var­i­ous mis­fits and ne’er-dow­ells. meets


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I mean, sure, you could wa­ter down your drinks to raise profit mar­gins in Theme Park, but in Prison Ar­chi­tect you can be cor­rupt to the point where you won­der if you’re even on the right side of the bars any­more. We’re talk­ing rul­ing with a cul­ture of fear; armed guards on ev­ery cor­ner and ran­dom cell shake­downs. We’re talk­ing a cul­ture of greed: one war­den you can ap­point skims a cut from pris­oner con­tra­band trans­ac­tions, so it’s ac­tu­ally in your in­ter­est to de­sign your prison in

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