Xbox 360 strategy game World of Keflings launches for Wii U on 13th November, developer Ninja Bee has announced.
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A Kingdom for Kefling's 2010 sequel, A World of Keflings, will make its way onto Wii U "in the next couple of months," according to developer Ninja Bee.
A World of Keflings and Iron Brigade are your next free Xbox 360 Games with Gold titles, Microsoft has announced.
NinjaBee's kingdom-building adventure A World of Keflings is available from 1st November to 15th November. Double Fine Productions' tower defense shooter Iron Brigade is available from 16th November to 30th November.
They replace Might & Magic Clash of Heroes and Halo 3, which were the Games with Gold titles for October.
Popular XBLA city-building game A World of Keflings is coming to Wii U later this year, developer Ninja Bee has announced.
Sega's updated port of Daytona USA, the Patrick Stewart-narrated War of the Worlds game and new DLC for Toy Soldiers: Cold War headline the latest Xbox Live release schedule update.
Xbox Live mouthpiece Major Nelson has firmed up the rest of this month's Marketplace release schedule, including a new alien themed add-on for last year's World of Keflings and a paranormal-themed pinball table for Pinball FX 2 - free for a limited time over Halloween.
Gamers can also expect savings on Halo Reach map packs and Dead Rising 2 standalone episodes Case Zero and Case West.
Xbox Live Arcade avatar-based construction sim A World of Keflings will be expanded with a new alien-themed add-on, developer Ninjabee has announced.
A release date and pricing information for the "It Came From Out of Space" DLC is yet to be revealed.
The new content adds a fresh kingdom and cast of extra-terrestrial characters to control.
It's a pity that the vagaries of publishing schedules mean that this review will be appearing in early January, rather than alongside the shrewd pre-Christmas release date of A World of Keflings, because in more ways than one this is a very festive game. Not just for the snowy landscapes that have been placed front and centre in its Xbox Live promotions (they're hardly central to the game, it turns out) but for the sheer generosity of spirit that infuses the experience.
This is a game that almost falls over itself in its puppy dog rush to give you stuff. "Have some Achievements," it smiles. "Oh, go on, here's some gamer pictures as well," it adds. "You've earned them. And, look, these avatar items are just sitting around in a cupboard. You can have those too." They're proper avatar items and all – a comedy winged helmet and a pet dragon, not just a t-shirt with a logo on it. "Thank you, A World of Keflings," you'll sigh, as you snuggle into its cosy, comfy routine, letting the gifts roll in.
Much like its 2008 predecessor, A Kingdom for Keflings, A World of Keflings is gaming comfort food. A thick winter warmer of a game, served with a toasted crusty roll. It is, however, virtually the same recipe we were served before.
Xbox Live developer NinjaBee has confirmed A World of Keflings will release this year.