Play as a giant to help the tiny Keflings build up and beautify their Kingdom. Start out small, unlocking new blueprints, buildings and tasks as you work towards designing and building a Kefling castle. Create your own private world, or construct a kingdom with your friends online!

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2 comments by INtense! on Mar 23rd, 2012

Indie Royale returns in a flash with the Ninja Lightning Pack, an eclectic, Windows PC-compatible collection from longtime indie developers NinjaBee. Five full games from the veteran developers are available, starting at a total of just USD $2.99 and trending upwards or downwards until the frantic 100-hour countdown ends.

First up, NinjaBee brings side-scrolling, puzzle-platforming console hit Cloning Clyde, co-developed by Bacon Wrapped Games, to Windows PC users. Players use mutant Clydes (including Chicken-Clyde, Frog-Clyde, and Sheep-Clyde) to help the real Clyde escape the 40 levels of the evil Dupliclone, Inc. IGN considered the XBLA version of Cloning Clyde "one of the most extensive and enjoyable games available," and the Windows version packs an equal punch.

Players can also enjoy building and managing on land with the signature NinjaBee citybuilding title A Kingdom for Keflings. Playing as a giant, players progress by unlocking new blueprints, buildings and tasks on their way to constructing a Kefling kingdom, and the game includes the ability to build cities online cooperatively with your friends, as well as extensive customization to buildings, villages, and tasks for in-game citizens.

In the humorous space station sim game Outpost Kaloki, players must "solve challenges, entertain visiting aliens, keep your ratings high, defend your station against alien attackers, and rake in the money on your way to fame, love, and glory". With dozens of scenarios to play through and a number of "sandbox" environments to extend the experience, Outpost Kaloki has since expanded to Xbox 360 and iOS, but Lightning Pack purchasers get the Windows title that started it all.

Also available is Cloning Clyde's spiritual sequel, platform puzzler Ancients of Ooga. NinjaBee and Bacon Wrapped Games' 2011 title substitutes clones for fallen tribal chiefs with ancient, elemental powers necessary to clear over 50 levels, all full of new puzzles and platforms. Ooga also boasts a unique eat/carry/puke inventory management system. Eurogamer claims that the game has a "twisted humour and mutated style lending a pleasantly Oddworld vibe to proceedings," adding to the game's overall charm.

Finally, the SRPG genre gets a relatively rare Windows outing with Band Of Bugs, a fast playing, accessible tactics strategy game. The game, also an early hit on Xbox 360's Live Arcade service, features a full story-based campaign, online play, and a level editor that lets you design custom scenarios and share them with your friends, as well as allowing compatibility with bonus campaigns and map packs available for free online.

All five titles are available as DRM-free or Desura Windows PC downloads, with Steam keys included for the two games available on that service, Cloning Clyde and Ancients of Ooga. The Ninja Lightning Pack will run for just 100 hours, under the same pricing model as before: the price will automatically increase as more people buy the pack. Those generous purchasers who pay more than the current minimum can keep the price low or even decrease it.

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A Kingdom for Keflings trial version

A Kingdom for Keflings trial version

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The trial version of the game has no time limit, but limits progress beyond a certain point.

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soundcreepy Dec 21 2012, 5:04pm says:

keep in mind to go to the ninjabee website and download the two free map packs for this game, adds a bit of variety. Also the newer AKK game A World for Keflings is coming to pc soon, however it seems to be restricted to windows 8 for now, being tied to the xbox live intergration. But since Windows 8 is only 40USD to people who use win 7 and I think even vista, it might be worth the upgrade.

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mairazl Mar 29 2012, 1:23am says:

I may have found a bug. Whenever I hire a kefling to transport silk from the tailor to the the factory this kefling disappears after a while. :(

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mcfroogle Mar 27 2012, 6:45pm says:

Installed this via desura on my pc a while back and works fine. but on my netbook I downloaded the installation .exe from the purchased downloads and installed it. when running the game it begins to start but crashes after the 2nds logo screen? help pleasE??????? :-(

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mairazl Mar 27 2012, 7:04am says:

This game could use some badies!! But I love it anyway!

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Aarkreinsil Mar 26 2012, 8:43am says:

Somehow this reminds me of Black&White.. o.O

Now I want a giant cow xD

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martel69 Mar 25 2012, 6:00pm says:

This game is fun, but as ovnidemon says there is little replayability and I don't believe it's possible to lose. I'm happy to have gotten it from the Indie Royale pack, but the $20 they're asking for it on here is ridiculous. Game is worth $2-3 at best since you only get a few hours of fun (great fun while you're playing) and there's no reason to go back to it.

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Tiefood Mar 25 2012, 4:32pm says:

this is an old xbox 360 arcade game...

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Kazekai Mar 25 2012, 10:43pm replied:

I like it when XBL games get ported to PC, there's no way in hell I'd ever own an Xbox.

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commodore256 Apr 5 2012, 9:59pm replied:

You mean you like it when games are made on PC, sold on Xbox Live Arcade first and finally sold on PC?

What's wrong with this picture? Both versions run Directx, but it was later "ported" to the platform it was developed on.

That's effed up!

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Kazekai Apr 10 2012, 11:02pm replied:

I agree, but the fact that some games I'd like are exclusive to XBLIG means I have to wait for them to get a PC release. (Hopefully one where GFWL is not involved. >_>;)

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