Prison Architect 2.0 – Ep 32 – To Protect and Serve – Let’s Play

Let’s Play Prison Architect 2.0 – EPISODE 32. In this episode, Protective Custody people are finally getting their own safe zone so that the gangsters can stop trying to kill them. Then, before starting my little secret project, A familiar face continues causing more trouble than he’s worth.

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Prison Architect is a game where you plan and design a prison from scratch, and then manage it and all the potential problems that go with it. From proper segregation to maintaining happiness within the population to prevent riots and improve rehabilitation, players in Prison Architect are tested on their abilities to solve problems before they get out of hand, while also managing a budget and growing their business.

The concept of building and managing a prison is a dark one, but Introversion Software, the creators of Prison Architect, have done an awesome job at bringing this conceptually difficult game into a lighthearted and fun environment, with fun graphics to go with it.

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I hope you enjoy this series. I intend to play it for as long as there is interest in it. I know this isn’t a new game, but I hope to present a style that is enjoyable, despite perhaps seeing the game before.


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  1. Hi folks. Welcome back to my prison. Well, Charlie is still stubborn and says it is his, even refusing to use my name for it (see comments in episode 19).
    Anyway, to explain events early in this episode, I moved to a smaller cell because I knew where Charlie was going to concentrate his search even before he called for the shakedown. I then cleverly committed a small infraction so I could be moved to a solitary cell which had already been 'cleared' by Charlie's inept guards. This kept my smartphone and internet access safe so I can speak with you now.
    I am upset that my Blue Gang soldiers have not iced the traitorous Duncan Creaser yet. At the same time, I am thankful that Charlie hasn't called him into the security office yet, because he could really spill the beans on Blue Gang. Perhaps my bribery of Charlie is working in a small way. It hasn't gotten me my luxury cell, though, and Charlie continues to issue idle threats against me. Perhaps he is looking for more money.
    See you shortly in my comments on the next episode!
    I love all my fans … leave a like! (edit was for a small typo)


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