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A World of Keflings- Xbox 360

A World of Keflings- Xbox 360
alaScore 83

25 reviews

Oct, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 25 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the single player gameplay. The story is also mentioned favorably, whereas many are critical about the AI.

gameplay, story, single player

AI

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the A World of Keflings- Xbox 360 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 83/100 = Very good quality.

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(Based on 25 reviews)

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A World of Keflings Review

 

If you ever asked yourself what Warcraft would be like without the opponents and battles then NinjaBee's A World of Keflings might be the answer to that question.

I really enjoyed playing A World of Keflings. The game play is engaging and the story is light and great for players of any age. I hope that the developers do more with future Kefling games, though, because they have potential.

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A World of Keflings

 

The Keflings return with lots of improvements. There's one thing you can definitely say about Keflings; they sure are cute. Anyone who has played the first game, A Kingdom for...

Full of charm ; Easy to play ; Really builds on the original game

Can get a little repetitive

There’s one thing you can definitely say about Keflings; they sure are cute. Anyone who has played the first game, A Kingdom for Keflings, will know what I mean. The premise for the game is a simple one; your avatar has been unfrozen by the tiny...

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A World of Keflings Review Xbox 360 (xbla) Arcade. Over 2 years ago Ninja Bee released a Kingdom for Keflings which was the first game to incorporate the use of the Xbox 360's avatar. It was adored by fans and critics raved about the gameplay a...

A World of Keflings does a superb job at advancing the series with the addition of localized co-op play, more kingdoms to play in, and adding an amusing storyline to keep the player entertained throughout their entire experience. Honestly I thought the...

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A World of Keflings Review (Xbox 360)

 

expands upon that world and clears up some gameplay elements that were frustrating the first time around

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A World of Keflings Review

 

There aren't many changes to be found in A World of Keflings, another easygoing city-builder game from developer NinjaBee.

Tweaks to interface minimize micromanagement ; Adds new arctic and desert Kefling lands ; More complex buildings to construct

Very similar to the original game ; Too easy and laid-back

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A World of Keflings Review

 

So, what's better than a Kingdom for Keflings? Three kingdoms, of course. But do more resources, more blueprints, and more Lilliputian laborers mean m...

Between its humor and pace of rewarding your efforts, A World of Keflings won me over. Yes, there are occasional frustrations with selecting Keflings in crowded spots, but to be fair, I did myself no favors by keeping my towns tight in hopes of...

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A World Of Keflings

 

Construction Worker

Thoroughly enjoyable. A simple game that delivers a whole lot of satisfaction

Keflings are an annoying race. Sometimes the game can be a little tedious and frustrating

The Keflings can be used to share the workload and will gladly mine and transport the materials to different factories and workshops that you create. They will continue to do the job you give them until you tell them to do something else – so you can...

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A World of Keflings Review

 

An improvement over the original in almost every way, but upgrades seem incremental.

I can't be the only child who built toy cityscapes, only to reign terror over my imagined tiny townsfolk as I stomped around with a mighty roar. A Kingdom for Keflings and its sequel, A World of Keflings, come tantalizingly close to virtualizing that...

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Build a world in my image, slaves Keflings!

Tons of charm and great humor; Lengthy campaign; Addicting gameplay

very dumb AI; ...and spotty path-finding; Becomes cluttered in late game

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A World of Keflings Review

 

Listen to the Big Guy

Non-violent, non-stressful, family-friendly gameplay

Overlooking a Kefling with a message and getting stuck for half an hour

is one of the lucky few. With its uniquely approachable structure, highly-polished details, and a laser-sharp focus on fulfilling its own premise, it's a title that I'm glad to recommend to both adults and children alike.

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