Summary: First you should understand I only give a 5 star review if it meets very specific criteria. 1) it must be playable by people of all skills levels (though you may have a low score for less skill) 2) it must be pleasing to the eye, in context with the platform it is made for, not by comparing it to...
Summary: The game is great, game-play is immediately addictive... Getting the hang of controlling Ivy is pretty much a snap on the DS. I've not gotten very far in the game just yet, but with over one hundred levels this should keep me occupied for a bit.
Summary: Yuji Naka's first non-Sega title is an absolute doozy, a beautifully crafted tribute to Lemmings, Naka's all-time favorite game by the way. I've played this on the Wii, but it is a far more satisfying experience on the DS - as all games that make smart use of the stylus usually are.
Cheap and Fun! A bit on the repetitive side though.
Joshua Ankney "Harvester", Amazon
12 August 2011
Summary: I bought this game off Amazon for 7 dollars just to grow my DS library. It is a quick pick up and play game with an easy concept to get used too. It starts off very light on the difficulty, but quickly ramps up and it sort of has a Professor Layton feel to it.
Summary: "Ivy the Kiwi?" is a simple little game to sink a few hours into. Ivy is a little bird that's lost it's mother, the player must help her find her way across fifty levels to finally reach the bird's goal.