A World of Keflings Pro Reviews
Average Review Score: /10
A World of Keflings Reviews9
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|1UP||B||Dec 22 '10|
|EuroGamer||7/10||Jan 05 '11|
|Game Focus||8.2/10||Dec 22 '10|
|Games Radar||6/10||Feb 22 '11|
|GameSpot||7.0/10||Jan 04 '11|
|GameZone||7.5/10||Dec 23 '10|
|IGN 360||8.0/10||Dec 22 '10|
|Strategy Informer||8.5/10||Dec 22 '10|
|Team Xbox||8.0/10||Jan 07 '11|
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A World of Keflings Previews
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|Official Xbox Magazine||Dec 14 '10|
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"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 fantasy, but stops just short of squishing any hapless civilians. Either way, it's nice to be a giant. Kingdom was a clever (if simplified) take on the city-building sim, and A World of Keflings offers some notable improvements to streamline the experience. Where the first game faltered with repetition, the second brings in some clever solutions, but experienced players won't find much new here."
" A World of Keflings, sequel to A Kingdom for Keflings, is a straightforward resource management game with a solid foundation of harvesting and construction. It’s a decent offering that follows in its predecessor’s footsteps, but never quite reaches far enough to justify a second entry in the series. Sure, the game always provides enough work to keep your avatar and its Keflings busy, and gives you a tangible reason to get that work done - there is always a reward for the effort you make – but unfortunately, that’s where it starts to fall apart. Quite often the payout will be in no way equal to the investment, which only left us feeling cheated... ..."
"There aren't many changes to be found in A World of Keflings, another easygoing city-builder game from developer NinjaBee. "
"SimCity Meets Black & White"