From NinjaBee, A Kingdom for Keflings is rated E for Everyone (for mild cartoon violence) by the ESRB rating system and has the pretext of being a buildable medieval village. It was published by Microsoft. It is for 800 Microsoft points (roughly $10) and was released in November of 2008. It is a single player (or four player co-op) strategy life simulation game. The game does support Voice Support and has the ability to use headphones to talk to others in the game.
The players have in game playable avatars (their XBOX Live avatars) and the ability to build, customize, and interact with others in the game. The avatar that you chose as “you” for your live account will serve as your character in the game as well, interesting ways to play you and play with others you know. They can customize their roof and walls to the houses, the hedges to their liking, even the statues that can be around the town. There are leader boards and there are individual achievements that can be earned in the full game. Much like Animal Crossing, the seasons change within the game.
IGN says about A Kingdom for Keflings, “NinjaBee’s latest downloadable game is whimsical, humorous, unique and has none of the high-pressure feel of your typical strategy game.” — Ryan Geddes, IGN and rated the game an 8.2/10. For the XBOX 360 download, these are those achievements that can be earned and how to earn them. They are categorized by the gamerscore points they will reward the player.
5 Gamerscore Point Achievements
If I Had a Hammer – In single player, build up a lumbermill.
Siegfried (or Roy) – In single player, train a kefling.
10 Gamerscore Point Achievements
Friend – During Xbox Live play, collect 10 unique player banners from other giants.
Think Big – In single player, build a building made of more than 8 pieces.
World Traveler – With 20 different player banners appearing, play in an online game.
15 Gamerscore Point Achievements
Big Bully – In single player, become the big bully of the village.
Like Rabbits – In single player, reach a total kefling population of 30.
20 Gamerscore Point Achievements
Haberdasher – In single player, encounter every possible kefling hat.
Vanity – In single player, built a glorious statue of oneself.
25 Gamerscore Point Achievements
Frank Lloyd – In single player, unlock 25 blueprints.
Master Builder – In single player, build a cathedral.
40 Gamerscore Point Achievements
King – In single player, finish a complete castle with three connected parts.