Tag Archives: Introversion Software
Thu, Dec 05, 2013 | 14:08 GMT
Prison Architect is still in alpha, but it has netted developer Introversion Software over $9 million. VG247′s Dave Cook speaks with co-founder Mark Morris to chat about the game’s success and the model at large.
Wed, Oct 02, 2013 | 20:51 BST
Prison Architect has been updated and now you can use the canines to sniff out drugs and contraband, find escape tunnels sic your dogs on prisoners trying to escape. You can now sell your prison too if you like and use the funds to build a new facility. It all sounds rather fun, and you can have a look at the update notes through PCgamesN and check out the developer video for update 14 below.
Fri, Aug 30, 2013 | 09:07 BST
Prison Architect developer Introversion Software has released the game’s 13th alpha update, which sees your pint-sized prisoners tunnelling their way out of the slammer. It’s time to get tough wardens.
Wed, Jul 31, 2013 | 22:01 BST
Prison Architect’s lasted update is massive and contains contraband such as shivs, drugs, and alcohol. We’re assuming the later is pruno, or prison wine.
Wed, Jun 26, 2013 | 08:34 BST
Gaijin Games, Introversion, Hello Games and Brian Provinciano continue to discuss PS4 and Xbox One’s indie potential with VG247′s Dave Cook.
Wed, Jun 26, 2013 | 01:17 BST
Gaijin Games, Introversion, Hello Games and Brian Provinciano discuss Sony’s approach to the PS4 indie scene with VG247′s Dave Cook. Get an insight into next-gen independence here.
Wed, Jun 12, 2013 | 23:54 BST
Introversion Software has announced Prison Architect has now been played by over 100,000 people.
Thu, Feb 21, 2013 | 23:07 GMT
Introversion has released a new build of darkly absorbing sim Prison Architect. The latest changes include prisoners with distinct characters and a restriction on doors requiring you to think about guard placement. As with all releases, now and in the future, the in-development version is free to everyone who’s pre-purchased. Grab it and check out the change log here. The Minecraft-like release scheme has so far raised over $1 million.
Tue, Feb 12, 2013 | 00:04 GMT
Prison Architect has attracted 30,230 sales for a grand total of $1,015,810 in revenue at time of writing. The simulation offers players access to alpha and beta releases during development, with prices starting at $30 and ranging all the way up to $500; the average is about $33. “What an incredible milestone. We are incredibly thankful to everyone who has joined us so far,” developer Introversion Software commented on Twitter. Introversion’s past releases include Darwinia and Uplink. Prison Architect supports Linux, Mac and PC.
Wed, Jan 30, 2013 | 15:55 GMT
Prison Architect’s Alpha 6 update has been released by Introversion Software. A risk level has been added to the prisoner category, and the inmates also have their own backstory including prior convictions. Each prisoner has its own threat level, like most, and you can read more about the update on the forums. Introversion notes the update comes with some hiccups, and plans to allow new prisoners to arrive are coming. A video is below. Thanks, Eurogamer.
Mon, Oct 29, 2012 | 13:50 GMT
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.
Mon, Oct 29, 2012 | 11:57 GMT
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.
Mon, Oct 29, 2012 | 15:51 GMT
Prison Architect developer Introversion Software has spoken out against Microsoft’s costly Xbox Live Arcade certification process, and has suggested that big change is needed for the publisher to compete with Steam.
Tue, Jul 10, 2012 | 08:51 BST
Tue, Feb 23, 2010 | 19:10 GMT
Introversion has released a blog update for its “blueprint” style game Subversion, and for the first time, it’s showing the world what the game looks like.
Fri, Jan 22, 2010 | 19:20 GMT
Independent developer Introversion Software has claimed that Sony’s PlayStation Network has “a much weaker negotiating position” in place for small developers, when compared to Xbox Live Arcade.