This week's Deals With Gold sale on Xbox Live drops the price on the Xbox One edition of Dragon Age: Inquisition, giving you a chance to explore the Hinterlands and join in the game's featured co-op mode for only $35.99.
While it's probably too soon to make a joke comparing A World of Keflings to ebola, those little buggers sure are starting to spread. They began on XBLA, moved to Windows 8, and now they're heading to Wii U. Developer NinjaBee recently announced a firm release date for the Wii U incarnation: November 13th, exactly six months before ebola jokes become fair game!
Earlier this year fans of A World of Keflings were asked to vote for what DLC they wanted for the game; Candy, Graveyard or Pirates. Candy won the day and the DLC was duly revealed. Ninja Bee are not the type of developer to let market research go to waste so they have decided to plunge deeper into the votes and produce some Graveyard style DLC in the form of The Curse of the Zombiesaurus, due October 17th.
It's been almost a year since A World of Keflings has received new DLC. Developer Ninja Bee is going to scratch your family friendly, world-building, simulation itch with two new DLCs this month. The first, titled "Sugar, Spice, and Not So Nice," will feature a candy themed realm for your tiny Keflings to build up and explore. It will be available through the XBLA Marketplace on October 10th for 320 Microsoft Points ($4). You can see a video of the sweet new kingdom below.
At the start of the year, the A World of Keflings community was given the choice of what DLC they would like to see; swashbuckling pirates, grisly undead, or tooth achingly sweet candy land. Being the type of manly community that has to shave 4 times a day, they of course picked - Candy. New images have now been released for this DLC pack in all its pink glory.
Back in January, A World of Keflings developer NinjaBee announced a contest to let fans choose which direction the XBLA game's next downloadable content package would take. Not surprisingly, the candy-themed selection 'Candy for Keflings' bested the rest. Four months later, the DLC has yet to arrive, but NinjaBee has kindly provided a status update and new images (like the one above) to tide us over.
Last week, developer Ninja Bee held a little poll to let gamers choose the theme of the next A World of Keflings DLC expansion. The choices: Graveyard, Pirates, and Candy. I was a bit scared that the current zombie fad would cause the Graveyard theme to win out, but I worried for naught. Keflings players like bright, happy stuff it seems, as 'Candy for Keflings' (my pick as well) won the vote. Let's all eat some candy to celebrate!
It is an eternal question that has taxed human kind since the dawn of existence, which do you prefer; Candy, Pirates or Graveyards? I love eating candy and playing as a pirate - Graveyards, not so much. My voice is just one of many, as fans of A World of Keflings can now visit playxbla.com and vote for the theme they want for the game's next DLC pack. I went for Pirates and their grog; because candy is dandy, but liquor is quicker.
A World of Keflings, the XBLA-exclusive strategy/building game from NinjaBee, improved on the size and scope if its predecessor with great success. Despite the increase in magnitude, World managed to remain just as relaxing and charming as the original A Kingdom for Keflings. A World of Keflings will soon undergo another expansion, this time of the downloadable content variety.
Time for a little Arcade Four-Play. Four player competitive and co-operative games make up the roster for this week's Xbox LIVE Arcade Deal of the Week. A World of Keflings offers co-op play for two players locally and four players online. We liked the world-building adventure game, giving it a 4 out of 5 in our Co-Op Review. You can pick it up right now for only 400 Microsoft Points, or five dollars. That's 50% off the normal 800 MSP price point, or half off, for those of you who simply hate math.
It would seem A Kingdom for Keflings has expanded in recent months to include an entire Kefling WORLD. They call it: A World Of Keflings. Shocking I know, but it encompasses the idea perfectly. It’s a world and it’s full of different Keflings. This world also has some pretty spiffy co-op to try out.