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As if you didn't have enough to worry about, now inmates have gotten so smart they can make their own rope to climb over your walls.

That's the theme of update 14, with prisoners working laundry now being able to steal some uniforms to turn into rope. If they're strong enough, they can throw it over a wall and climb over it to freedom. To help you in your job, you will now be able to request a "Roll Call" at night, getting all your prisoners up and making sure they're all there—if not you know they're up to something…

There's more smaller features like new graphs, modding improvements and bug fixes as well.

Check out their usual update trailer:

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I think it's really amazing to see such indie games be updated for so longer after release. Introversion Software are awesome for doing that.

You can grab it from: Humble Store (DRM free + Steam key), GOG and Steam. For Steam, you need to opt-in to the Beta, this update is not yet live on GOG for Linux.

Full updates notes here.

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stretch611 25 Jun, 2018
I love Prison Architect and have been playing since Early Access. (About 925 hours according to steam even without any in the last year.) I even have my name in game as a prisoner. ( Stretch 6' 11" is part of the name.)

Even they joke in the video that updates "tend to happen" at the same time as Steam Sales. :D

It has been a while, I think it is time to dust it off and play some more... It is quite fun, if you are in to management/simulation games.

For those that want to build a huge prison but tend to go broke before you can... Start small, grow using grants to keep profitable than sell when you can. Selling your prison gives you a bunch of money to start your next prison and a leg up to make them larger and more profitable. Sell 2 or 3 prisons and you can build a huge mega prison.
WorMzy 25 Jun, 2018
THose pesky little buggers. I already seem to spend ~90% of my money on walls. :(
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I bought this game with intent on my wife playing it and me watching. That hasn't happened yet. Perhaps I should just play it myself. :P
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