Popular Steam game Prison Architect, which was originally released in October as part of Steam’s Early Access program, is making its way to the Mac App Store today through a partnership between developer Introversion Software and MacPlay.
Prison Architect is a top-down simulation game where the goal is to build and run a successful prison. Players are tasked with building cells, recruiting prisoners, hiring staff, establishing utilities, developing prisoner schedules, managing entertainment and reform programs, and keeping prisoners from escaping.
Prison Architect features two game modes — story and escape. In story mode, the player follows the story of Edward, a man who is facing the electric chair for committing a crime of passion, while in escape mode, the player takes on the role of a prisoner attempting to escape from the prison.
On the Mac, Prison Architect requires 4GB RAM, a Core2 Duo processor or better, and 300MB hard drive space.
In addition to being available in the Mac App Store, Prison Architect can also be played on the iPad, as an iOS version of the game was released earlier this year.
The Mac App Store version of Prison Architect is priced at $29.99. [Direct Link]
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