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Prison Architect releasing this October, latest Alpha 35 introduces 'protection rackets' and gang warfare

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Introversion Software has just announced that Prison Architect will be up for parole from the developer this October, finally letting the prison simulator walk the means streets of full release and breathe in that sweet post-launch air.

The latest Alpha 35 video also highlights the continued tweaks to the newly introduced gangs system. Lieutenants give marching orders to soldiers, and gangs will extort 'protection fees' out of non-affiliated prisoners.

Prison Architect Alpha 34 now available, gang members now supported

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A long sought after feature for Prison Architect has finally made the cut as Introversion introduces "part 1 of a larger feature" with Gangs. Incoming prisoners now have a chance at belonging to an organised gang.

They'll be tattooed and are usually among the dangerous / higher security prisoners. These gang members will aid each other in fights, are more likely to carry weapons, won't enter reform programs and won't work.

Prison Architect now at Alpha 33, introduces mail and 'graded cell quality'

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Another month, another Alpha milestone for Introversion Software's Prison Architect. This new update includes a new room: the Mail Room.

Prisoners enjoy a bit of correspondence, and the chance for some extra contraband. Introversion also introduce 'prisoner grading' that's tied to a new 'room quality' for cells that feature luxuries.

Death Row added in latest Prison Architect Alpha 31 update

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Introversion has finally brought the solemn duty of executions to the sandbox in Prison Architect, having only been available in the story campaign thus far. Now wardens can construct their own, should they choose to.

It's not a mandatory requirement for a prison, and neither does it afford any 'advantage'. It's available to unlock through the new Lawyer employee, who can also grant permission for 'indeterminate sentences'.

Introversion "closing in on the end game" for Prison Architect, will launch in 2015

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The latest Alpha release for Prison Architect is here, now at 29, and it's a "Massive alpha" update to the prison management sim. What's more is the Introversion team is finally ready to launch it this year.

Parole is now in the game, which is the 'end game' for all prisoners not serving a life sentence. Libraries and Places of Worship are also added for some quiet time. A new video is now out for Alpha 29.

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