Great tutorial in the start.
Still a huge amount of glitches.
Some GUI problems.
By TechZWN on November 09, 2013
A very good and promising prison management game ,i'm sure Introversion will iron out those bugs and turn it into a great and successful game and I am greatly looking forward to seeing the finished and polished product.70
By MidLifeGamer on October 23, 2013
Prison Architect is already shaping up to be a deep and complex title. You’ll be charged with building every detail of the Shawshank of your dreams, from the foundations to the light fittings, having to take into account such small details as the positioning of cell blocks in relation to the canteen and where your deliveries arrive.-
By Gamezebo on October 15, 2013
Prison Architect does not have a scheduled release date yet, and Delay admits in the video, “And since this is Introversion Software that we’re talking about, we’re likely to be in alpha for quite some time.” But all alpha users will also receive a copy of the finished game, as well as exclusive bonuses dependent on the tier you choose.-
By GameGrin on October 11, 2013
For those not tempted to pre-order, it’s still worth following their Twitter feed (@IVSoftware) just to see some of the bugs encountered during the development process; a particular favourite being prisoners deciding to take their meals to the showers and eat in the buff.-
By PCAdvisor on July 09, 2013
It's a real shame there's no demo as the $30 asking price from Introversion's website may seem a bit steep, but it's also available on Steam and does go on sale from time to time. The game is available for Windows, OSX, and Linux PCs, and while there's no word on when it'll be feature complete, updates have been coming along rather regularly--check it out.80
By PC Advisor on July 09, 2013
Prison Architect is a management game of sorts, akin to Dungeon Keeper or Dwarf Fortress. Your primary task is to design habitats for your "citizens"--living quarters, kitchens and cafeterias, showers, and so on. Of course, these are prisoners, in a...80
By PromiseLandGames on May 31, 2013
This game is a buy for me if you like the sim games where you like to micro manage things you will love this or you can just get some really bad guys in there and let them run around inside and see what happens, A LOT OF BLOOD SHED and some dead bodies will come of it.-
By Revued on May 12, 2013
It’s a great game already though and if you have £20 to spare you’ll definitely get your monies worth, plus these games have a tendency to have a significant price hike once they get to release, which is worth bearing in mind.-
By DigiBytes on May 10, 2013
Prison Architect is a unique game among the strategy genre, one that since Bullfrogs disappearance, has had little in the way of innovation. This game shows that innovation still exists and brings something fresh to the table. I look forward to the many updates that will likely arrive for Prison Architect in the future and I will enjoy reviewing the game closer to its official full release.-
By CalmDownTom on May 06, 2013
The $30 price tag is a bit steep when compared to other games that have taken the alpha release model. Perhaps a demo would be a great way of convincing more people to jump on board. Never the less people should keep an eye on this, especially those who are fans of tycoon games.-