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App description: Youre a bad guy! Youre a guilty guy! And now youre locked-up! Enter PRISONHOOD as a Rookie, establish your Reputation, and emerge as a Boss!

-Top 10 RPG game in 7 countries and climbing!
- Pocketgamer: Prisonhood's multitude of bite-sized tasks makes incarceration surprisingly addictive - 7/10 Bronze Award
-148Apps.com: has the heart and fun factor it takes to make a noteworthy addition - 4/5 Stars
-AppsPirate: its the small details that make apps unique, and this game has it in spades - 4/5 Stars

PRISONHOOD is a unique blend of RPG elements, task management, mini games, and social play. Recruit, Extort, Fight, Buy, Sell, & Steal as you interact with more than 30 different characters. It's about absolute power, it's about making money, but it's also about living by the rules of the prison. In PRISONHOOD reputation has a heavy price!


- Unique Prison-Theme style game setting
- Choose from 4 cool and stylish Avatars
- In-depth casual gameplay, with RPG elements
- Complete more than 90 topical, edgy, and fun in-game tasks
- Explore 30 unique prison facilities
- Discover Daily Chance' Cards to receive rewards, or penalties
- Play 3 fun, and intuitive mini-games
- Share items with friends
- Steal items from friends
- Brawl against friends in the DOG POUND
- Bet against friends in THE RING


A network connection is required to sign-in, complete some social tasks, compete in THE RING, and compete in the DOG POUND

Having any problems, or have any suggestions to improve PRISONHOOD? We would love to hear from you! You can contact us at support@feihuinteractive.com

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Bronxsta's comments:

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04-16-2014, 02:45 PM
Joined: Oct 2012
Posts: 4,703
Given the game's generic graphics and focus on spending your way to power, it would be easy to dismiss Prisonhood as just another boring, money-grubbing free-to-play RPG. However, it makes good use of its prison setting, and the gameplay is well balanced enough that even freemium sceptics may find themselves enjoying the pleasant rhythm of prison life.
04-16-2014, 02:55 PM
Joined: Jun 2013
Posts: 2,258
Nice file size