Play computer games to help prisoners get out
A prison computer game is an addictive game that involves using a joystick to control a fictional bird.
It has become a favorite of inmates, who can use it as a way to escape from their cell, according to a prison system that tracks the popularity of such games.
The Prison Information Service (PIS) of the Federal Correctional Institution of Menacing, a maximum security prison near Detroit, reported that inmates use the game more than 100 times a day.
The PIS says it has recorded more than 300 inmates using it on average since 2011, and that the game is “the most popular” of all available alternatives for prisoners.
The prison system said the inmate population of its facility has risen by more than a quarter since the game’s release in 2010.
The game, which is played in a series of virtual bird-shaped cages, can be downloaded for free from the Internet.
The inmates must use the joystick to fly and shoot a bird.
The prisoner must hit the target and the bird must fall in a specified direction to be killed.
The prisoners also can play the game to earn money and gain points.
The prisoners can earn money by shooting targets, using water cannons to knock out guards and by destroying other prisoners’ cages.
The prison also offers virtual training programs that give inmates an idea of what to do in the prison.
The game, made by the developer, A-Game Software, has been downloaded more than 250,000 times.
The company was not immediately available for comment.
The games popularity has raised concerns among inmates and prison officials who worry about their impact on the quality of life for inmates and the rehabilitation of prisoners.
A prison official said inmates have become addicted to the game, according, The Detroit News.
The inmate population in the facility, which includes the U.S. Penitentiary in Pelican Bay, has risen from 8,400 in 2010 to nearly 17,000 in 2014.
The U. S. Department of Justice is working to improve conditions at the prison, according the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, which runs the facility.
The department is currently working with a variety of government, private and nonprofit partners to develop a strategy to support and improve inmate conditions.
It also plans to improve the quality and safety of the prison environment.