The developers at Introversion Software have released a major update to their Early Access game, Prison Architect today, adding support for Linux as well as integration with the Steam Workshop
. Also, riots.
The developers explained that they've seen some incredible prisons created by the community--configurations that they never would have considered. To let fans easily try out each others' crazy experiments in the world of correctional facility management, the game now supports sharing your prison creations through the Steam Workshop.
From the main menu in game you can access the workshop integration, and from there you can publish your prison, or play other peoples prisons at the click of a button. Subscribe to a prison, and from then on it will show up in your game list as a playable prison. If the original author updates his prison you will get those updates automatically via steam workshop.
To get started, there are four really complex prisons put together by the guys over at Introversion. So, go ahead and check them out, and then publish your creations. We're all really excited to see what you all come up with.
If you haven't bought a copy of the game, you can buy it now
for 10% off when you buy before June 6th.