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‘Prison Architect’ Alpha impressions, Part 1 | StickSkills

StickSkills said, "Being an independent developer has certain advantages. In many cases, the developer is not locked into any specific time frame to get a game released, which means it can take the necessary time to polish a product, and, if desirable, release versions of the game to the fans to try out. Introversion Software is positioned for just such a model. The developer of the unique DEFCON, Darwinia, and Uplink is once again hard at work on another clever title, and is giving the players alpha access as well as the chance to contribute feedback and have a valuable role in the course of development of the game." (PC, Prison Architect)

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