Kingdom for Keflings Hits Xbox Live Arcade Wed., Brings New Player Avatars into the Game

When the New Xbox Experience and its many new features hits Xbox 360s worldwide this Wednesday, November 19, the system will also receive its first downloadable game with support for the new Avatars: NinjaBee's city-builder A Kingdom for Keflings. nope

Priced at 800 Microsoft Points ($8), the latest Xbox Live Arcade title from the Band of Bugs and Cloning Clyde developer lets up to four online players run around, collecting resources and directing the diminutive keflings in their attempts to transform a village into a city while adapting with the constantly changing seasons.

In addition, several previously released Xbox Live Arcade games, including Bomberman Live and UNO, will be updated with support for Avatars come Wednesday.