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Prison Architect alpha 4 available now, fixes fog of war

Prison Architect developer Introversion has released the fourth alpha build of its harrowing creation sim. Get all of the new updates below.

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Chris Delay headlines

  • Prison Architect has made $370,000 in four weeks, Introversion releases figures

    Prison Architect’s paid alpha funding process is paying off, as developer Introversion Software has just revealed that the game has made $370,000 in just four weeks. The game follows a similar funding model as Minecraft, giving players access to each new build as it is released.

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  • Prison Architect: Introversion's Eurogamer Expo session live now

    No sooner did we post our interview with Prison Architect developers Introversion Software, did Eurogamer release the studio’s superb Eurogamer Expo developer session from September. In it, co-founder Chris Delay discusses the game’s mechanics, funding model and more. Watch it below.

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  • Intoversion: Chronometer, Defcon DS, Multiwinia were all "failures"

    Introversion’s Chris Delay has written up an account of the company’s “truly terrible” 2008 in the firm’s blog, claiming that everything he worked on last year was a “failure”. “It’s hard for me to look back, because I see Subversion on hold so much of the time, and I see my major time sinks (Chronometer, […]

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  • O'Donnell, Sanger et al on "The state of game audio"

    There’s a very interesting article over at RPS, where co-owner Jim Rossignol looks at the “State of Game Audio” by interviewing sound designers “Marty ‘Halo’ O’Donnell, CryTek’s Florian Füsslin, Introversion’s Chris Delay and the legendary George Sanger.” The piece looks in-depth at why videogame audio is so often overlooked, whilst arguing that it’s integral to […]

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  • Introversion announces Chronometer

    Introversion has confirmed that it’s working on Channel 4 funded game called Chronometer. The Darwinia developer was approached by the UK TV channel recently and asked if it had any ideas that could potentially be backed, a move which gave birth to the project. “So around three months ago, despite being busier than we’ve ever […]

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  • GDC: Introversion admits publisher aspirations, talks Subversion

    Indie favourite Introversion – developer of classics Uplink, Darwinia, Defcon and the upcoming Subversion – has hinted that the company’s future may see a publishing role develop. “There are games out there we could have taken and published,” said commercial director Mark Arundel, talking to videogaming247 in San Francisco yesterday, ahead of this week’s GDC. […]

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