Slammer dunk: 30,000 sign up for Prison Architect alpha, new video released

21 Feb 2013  by   Peter Parrish
Slammer dunk: 30,000 sign up for Prison Architect alpha, new video released
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Progress is being made on Introversion’s Prison Architect title, with today’s announcement marking the seventh update to the game’s alpha. If you happen to be one of the people who paid to get in early on the game, the update should be available for you to download. By Introversion’s count, that’s now more than 30,000 people.

The update itself deals with AI changes (now, only guards can open locked doors,) the amazing addition of menu options (resolution changes ahoy!) and includes the faces, names and bios of the people who paid to feature in the game.

If you want to see how the game is coming along, have a read of Introversion’s update post here. Then watch the latest video, below. Or, you know, whichever order you want.

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