NinjaBee’s award-winning Xbox Live Arcade strategy game, A Kingdom for Keflings, will soon be available to PC gamers as a digital download, the company announced today.

"Bringing A Kingdom for Keflings to the PC audience has been a priority for us," said Brent Fox, NinjaBee’s Art Director. "It’s been a runaway hit on XLA [Xbox Live Arcade] and we are offering the same, high-quality game on the PC. We are proud and we’re excited to finally make it available to so many of those who haven’t been able to play before."  

The well-received city-building game originally arrived on Xbox LIVE Arcade on Nov. 19, 2008 and a year later remains among the service’s most downloaded titles. It was the first Xbox Live Arcade game to let players play as "themselves" using their own customized Xbox Live Avatar. The interactive world featured creatures called Keflings who helped players harvest resources to construct buildings and build a kingdom.

No official release date has been announced for the PC version. Information about which online portals will offer the game was also not available, but NinjaBee told Gamezebo that that information would revealed when the company announces the official release date.