Game Interface wrote: Every once in a while, a video game gives you that warm and fuzzy feeling inside. It feels like an old friend. Possibly, it’s an old friend that went off to college and now they’re back- older, wiser, more mature, and looking a little more buff. That’s exactly how I felt playing A World of Keflings, hot developer Ninjabee’s follow up to the critically lauded A Kingdom for Keflings. And, just like an old friend, I was able to sit down and have a great time.