The title will make use of Xbox users’ own customised Avatars, one of the key features of the New Xbox Experience.
A Kingdom for Keflings will see gamers play as a giant, which takes shape as the gamers Avatar, overlooking the building of a city. Gamers give orders to ‘Keflings’ who put the town together and build it up into a fully functioning civilisation. The lighthearted title is developed by NinjaBee, a division of Wahoo Studios.
President of NinjaBee Steve Taylor said: "We wanted to make a city building game where the player is more personally involved instead of controlling an abstract floating hand.
“A Kingdom for Keflings transports the player to a world they create and allows them to relax, enjoy the world and create a strategy that works for them," he added.