Conclusion: With this is mind, you're most likely already know whether A World of Keflings is going to be for you. It's a lovingly crafted sandbox experience with enough direction and personality that you'll want to help those little guys to the bitter end. If shooting things is more your game, however, we'd suggest checking out the demo first.
Conclusion: For an XBLA title and a Sim, A World of Keflings has just the right amount of depth. The delivery is entertaining, and the gameplay manages to do away with much of the tedium associated with the Genre. Throw in the interaction with the other promo-titles, and I’d say you have a winner on your hands.
Conclusion: I'm an adult and I still play this awesome series from time to time, which was targeted at younger children! And of course it has the music that will stick to your mind for hours after playing the game: All in all, a very fun, chilled out game that can really take your mind off the real world for a few hours.
Summary: " A World of Keflings " is a world of fun. It’s relaxing, but addictive, and made for compulsive playing for the 6 hours it took me to finish (which I literally did in one sitting). Some of the peripheral stuff is a bit naff, like the accessories trading, but the core game is just brilliant. Like with most NinjaBee titles, a must have XBLA title.
Excerpt: The strange little squeaking homunculi of A World of Keflings want to turn three undeveloped territories into thriving, industrious villages, but they’re in desperate need of direction. As the Xbox Live Avatars of you and up to three online friends stomp around the world, you’ll piece together workshops and residences using unlockable blueprints, and train Keflings to perform cyclical tasks. That might sound a bit like work, but addiction comes easy.
Pros: + Turning raw materials into structures and peasants into professionals., + Loads of blueprints to find and straightforward quests to complete.
Cons: - Disturbing busy Keflings means retraining them; low-key vibe isn’t for everyone., ? Why is the forest kingdom so much bigger than the others?
Excerpt: During a play-through of A World of Keflings , a sequel to A Kingdom for Keflings , there are quite a few synonyms that pop into one’s head. There’s cute, insubstantial, funny, and maybe the most characterizing of all: inoffensive. There’s nothing necessarily disagreeable with this XBLA title for 800 MS points, featuring your own personalized avatar, but likewise there’s not much to it other than “build more stuff for Keflings.
World Of Keflings Review: Ninja Bee’s Sequel Builds On A Solid Foundation
22 December 2010
Conclusion: Concept: Build a few towns and collect resources in this relaxed city-builder
Graphics: No mind-blowing spectacle here – just simple, cartoony visuals doing their job
Sound: I found myself humming the pleasant background music to myself, though it could use more variety
Playability: I ran into some slowdown and jerky animations in especially crowded areas, but otherwise the game controls and performs well
Entertainment: A low-pressure way to experience the joy of...