Summary: I bought this game because it was on sale the week of this review for Gold Members on XBox Live for half price ($5). If I had to pay $10, I probably wouldn't have ever bought it. The game is fun enough. Think of it like Age of Empires without any other empires. You have to gather resources with your little Keflings so that you can build more stuff so you can get more people so you can build more stuff and so on.
Summary: The game has decent graphics and a great idea: take control of a giant (your avatar) and command a bunch of smaller people to do your bidding. At first building a building after another was interesting and fun, but as the town increased in size buildings got more and more complicated to build. So you spent most of your time micromanaging the Keflings or manually moving resources from one building to another.
A Kingdom for Keflings (Xbox 360): Casual, Relaxing fun game!
4 April 2011
Summary: This game involves you building a kingdom for some people known as keflings. You are a giant (you can use your own avatar which is good) and you do all the heavy lifting and basically show the keflings what to do. To create buildings you need various resources, these are harvested by your keflings, you can tell the keflings what to harvest by picking one up and taking to a resource, then you take said kefling back to the building needing the resource and he will...
Pros: Relaxing, casual, easy to pick up and play
Cons: Lack of kefling management features, more things to do during the game would be good.
Summary: I started playing A Kingdom for Keflings a while ago. What's great is because it's an Xbox arcade game you can try before you buy so to speak. After playing the demo I thought it was a game I would enjoy so ahead we (boyfriend and I) bought it. It was mainly bought for me, I don't think he's played on it much. So it's a strategy game where you build up a town (or kingdom rather) for your Keflings (little people wearing strange hats) to live and work in.
Pros: Fun and quirky, can be addictive (in a good way).
Cons: Game play can be a bit simple and repetitive.