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So I was browsing around Steam instead of painting minis last night. I found they now have a section for games that are in development, but still very "raw". I guess a lot of people want to replicate the success of MineCraft having sold millions before the game was actually finished.

 

In that section is a game named, "Prison Architect". It's pre-alpha right now but the video really made me want to give them $19.99. It was the best laugh I've had in a while watching a video. I especially love the line about, "exclusive access to game breaking bugs"... then they go on to list a few and show some footage of them in action.

 

I'd recommend anyone who is into video games or could just use a good laugh to go to Steam and search Prison Architect.

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