Let’s Play Prison Architect 2.0 – EPISODE 21. In this episode, we’re starting off with a really bad sign for the future of our prisoners’ safety, as the blue gang appears to be far more organized, and far more quickly, than I though they’d be. – And I start to experience the downsides of being short on solitary cells.
Prison Architect is a game where you plan and design a prison from scratch, and then manage it and all the potential problems that go with it. From proper segregation to maintaining happiness within the population to prevent riots and improve rehabilitation, players in Prison Architect are tested on their abilities to solve problems before they get out of hand, while also managing a budget and growing their business.
The concept of building and managing a prison is a dark one, but Introversion Software, the creators of Prison Architect, have done an awesome job at bringing this conceptually difficult game into a lighthearted and fun environment, with fun graphics to go with it.
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I hope you enjoy this series. I intend to play it for as long as there is interest in it. I know this isn’t a new game, but I hope to present a style that is enjoyable, despite perhaps seeing the game before.
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