As a lot of you may already know, I am a huge fan of Prison Architect, and have been playing the Alpha of the game since it first launched in September 2012.
And it seems I may not be the only one that enjoys running a prison, as Introversion Software, the developer of the game, has today announced that Prison Architect now has 100,000 players worldwide.
A fantastic amount for an Indie game.
Taking inspiration from the likes of Theme Hospital, Dungeon Keeper and Dwarf Fortress, Prison Architect is a Prison Management Simulator, in which you must take control of the day-to-day running and construction of a maximum security prison, and are responsible for things like managing staff, adding new cells, the bank balance, and of course keeping your prisoners from rioting.
Currently in version 10, Introversion Software aims to push out a new update every few weeks to kick out some of the bugs and to add some new suggestions from players to the game, and is already available to download from the Steam store, as well as within executable files for Windows, Mac, Linux and Vanilla.
To find out more, head on over to the Prison Architect website.