Out of Eight writes: "Playing an omnipotent power has always been an important feature in PC gaming. From an all-knowing commander on the battlefield to the mayor of a city, directing your peons to complete tedious tasks you would never dream of doing manually has been a staple on our gaming platform for quite some time. Only a few games, however, have allowed you to be an avatar, wandering around your little creation and kicking the residents for no good reason. Originally released for something called an “XBOX” over a year ago, A Kingdom for Keflings has you manage a prospering little community, building new structures to show how awesome you are at carrying logs around. How does the game translate onto the PC?"