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Fri, Mar 23, 2012 | 19:45 GMT
Indie Royale has added the Ninja Lightning Pack, which contains the NinjaBee titles A Kingdom for Keflings, Ancients of Ooga, Cloning Clyde, Outpost Kaloki, and as a bonus, Band of Bugs. The current price is $3.82, and the titles are DRM-free with Steam keys included for Cloning Clyde and Ancients of Ooga.
Wed, Nov 19, 2008 | 11:27 GMT
The Major’s just confirmed the release of A Kingdom for Keflings, the first 360 game to supports Avatars.
The title’s a world-building thing, with the main characters your lovely new Avatars.
[ESRB: E (EVERYONE) MILD CARTOON VIOLENCE] Xbox LIVE Multiplayer 2-4, HD (High Definition). Unlock the full version of A Kingdom for Keflings for even more homes, buildings, and workshops to build! Join up to three of your friends via Xbox LIVE to cooperatively construct the kingdom of your dreams. The full version of A Kingdom for Keflings includes achievements to earn, more Keflings to attract and many more opportunities to fill your kingdom full of love! This game requires the Xbox 360 hard drive or the 512MB Memory Unit for storage. There are no refunds for this item. For more information, see www.xbox.com/live/accounts.
It costs 800 points.
Sat, Nov 08, 2008 | 07:11 GMT
After the break. A Kingdom for Keflings is the first 360 title to use in-game Avatars, and will release alongside NXE on November 19.
It’s a city-building affair. Looks cookie. See for yourself.
Fri, Nov 07, 2008 | 10:59 GMT
GamerscoreBlog‘s got details of the first game to feature New Xbox Experience’s Avatars.
A Kingdom for Keflings will release on November 19, the same day as the 360 UI update.
The title is described thus:
You play a giant. Not just any giant, either. The giant will take on the form of the Avatar you created. With this giant, you supervise the building of a metropolis that starts as a simple village. Order your Keflings around making them chop wood, build, etc. You can even paint your buildings to make them even more “yours”.
Oh, and if you get bored and need to get out some aggression, you can kick them around a little. Not that I would ever do such a thing. Ever…
Other features of the game (ripped from the media blast) are:
- The ability to build cities online cooperatively with up to 3 friends
- Stylized animated graphics that change with the seasons and season-based gameplay
- A dynamic-music soundtrack (which adapts to the season and the state of the village)
A Kingdom for Keflings is rated E for Everyone and will be 800 MS Points.
The world needs more games involving Avatar giants building cities. Watch for it later this month.