Metacritic: 77/100
Release: Dec 2010
Reviewed on: Wii

A World of Keflings

Site Score
Good: Just as good as the original – Simple to learn – Multiplayer
Bad: Not enough depth for older players
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A World of Keflings is the second game in the series and once again combines the management and building genres very successfully. The game was originally launched on the Xbox 360 but Windows and Wii U versions are also available.


The game is all about creating a huge castle and helping out the Keflings but the journey there isn’t an easy one. On your journey to building this magnificent castle you’ll get to explore an impressive game world and build a large selection of prerequisite buildings while completing other tasks. There are three kingdoms in total for players and each comes with their own setting and unique challenges.

For those unfamiliar with the Kefling formula players are put in charge of a village of Keflings. These Keflings are small clueless creatures that without your direction would be hopelessly lost. It’s your job to teach the Keflings how to look after themselves by showing them how to collect resources and put them to use.

Teaching Keflings to perform tasks is easy and involves picking them up and placing them on resource hubs which could be sheep, stones or other resource generating areas. As your Kefling’s perform tasks they’ll get better at it until you move them to another task which is where careful management can help you achieve your goals faster. These goals are mostly based around blue prints which are slowly unlocked as you progress. Each blueprint will teach you how to build a new building with its own resource requirements to be built.


There is no need to play A World of Keflings alone though since the game includes both an online and local multiplayer mode where you can team up with a friend to speed up the process of developing your kingdoms.

A World of Keflings builds on the impressive original and is different enough that die-hard fans of the original will love the sequel just as much. On the other hand players new to the existence of Keflings can just as easily pick up the game and get full enjoyment from it.


  • Tackle the game alone or with friends.
  • Command the Keflings to do your bidding.
  • Build a kingdom in a visually impressive game world.
  • Easy gameplay for new and old players alike.
  • Available across a number of platforms.

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A World of Keflings, 7.1 out of 10 based on 16 ratings
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