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A World of Keflings is the sequel to the popular XBLA game, A Kingdom for Keflings, and includes several new key features not found in the first game like local multiplayer, an extensive avatar emote system and the ability to push buildings. A World of Keflings will be the first game on the Xbox 360 to allow players to bring their avatar props and pets into the game world.
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