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Prison Simulator

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Simulation
Publisher: PlayWay
Developer: Baked Games
Release Date: Nov. 4, 2021

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'Prison Simulator' Gets PC Release Date - Trailer

by Rainier on Oct. 12, 2021 @ 5:40 p.m. PDT

Prison Simulator is an opportunity to play the role of a prison guard! Will you survive your promotion, balancing on a thin line between the satisfaction of the prison management and aggressive and dangerous convicts?

As you may know, work is work; you have to do it every day. Some people like their job, but others do it because they have to. It’s the same in Prison Simulator. You’re a guard, so on the one hand, your role is keeping order, punishing bad behavior, and preventing fights among the prisoners. On the other (and more interesting) hand – you can do whatever you want. 

For your dream promotion and break out of this God-forsaken hole, you are only 30 days away. However, the closer you get to your dream end of service, the more you get the impression that the whole world is against you. The prison administration imposes every day incriminating duties that you have to fulfill before the end of each day, because otherwise you can fly out of here faster than you would like. But on the other side of the barricade we have prisoners with different sins on their conscience, which your devotion to work can be very unattractive. If you go too much to the imprint, it can end tragically for you!

Who said you have to be a great officer? Maybe you prefer to trade with prisoners, help them with smuggling, or maybe you like watching their battles? You should have some fun too! In our prison, you can be a cunning guard. Have a bad day? Don’t worry, you have plenty of prisoners nearby – choose one and beat him. Reason? You don’t need one! You’re the boss! Or... at least you think you are. But there are still rules, and you have to follow them. Remember, you have a deal with some prisoners, and you can’t touch them. Got it?

Prison Simulator offers you many types of weapons: nightstick, tasers, guns, and pepper spray. You can choose whatever you want. Your boss is the warden – the great man of the prison – but who cares? You rock!

Developer Baked Games and publisher Playway are happy to finally announce that the full version of Prison Simulator is coming to Steam on November 4th, 2021!

Until then, fans can already check either a Prison Simulator demo or the Prison Simulator: Prologue.

Key Features:

  • How to live?!: Balance between tasks for the prison management, and small requests from convicts to maintain the relationship between the two sides on the most neutral level! Declaring only on one side will not pay you in any way!
  • The duties of the key: As a key you will have many tasks such as accepting new prisoners, searching a prison cell and prisoners in order to find contraband, confiscating convict objects, reviewing monitoring, maintaining order and security, pacifying problematic prison residents, executions, and much more.
  • Freedom of the simulator: Despite the tasks and limited time, Prison Simulator offers you complete freedom! You can do whatever you like, remembering that your loose actions and behaviors may also affect relations with prison employees as well as with convicts themselves ... especially when you pacify them very often and for no good reason.
  • Campaign or free play: You can both play in the campaign mode with divided time and responsibilities, as well as play in free play mode, where you are not limited by any time or task! Do whatever you like, search prison cells and confiscate illegal items in an unconventional way, interact with the whole environment, visit the farthest corners of the prison or just kick some butts and not necessarily the prisoners' butts.

Prison Simulator is coming to PC (Steam) on November 4, 2021.

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