Summary: Ivy the Kiwi is the latest mascot from SEGA's ex-veteran game designer, Yuji Naka, whom was the man behind Sonic The Hedgehog, NiGHTS, and Billy Hatcher. Ivy The Kiwi is a beautifully crafted platformer with puzzle elements. This game is good for all ages. If you enjoy the gaming mascots like Sonic, Mario, Donkey Kong, etc., this game is a must for your collection. It's polished and well done throughout. The soundtrack is also a pleasure to the ears.
Summary: Ivy the Kiwi? has much in common with the Amiga classic Lemmings. Ivy walks (fast) of her own accord with the player guiding her to the end of the level. Spikes and other dangers lurk in the levels amongst collectable feathers that boost the final score together with how quickly the level is finished. The player can guide Ivy by holding the A button then moving the remote to form vines Ivy can walk on.
Summary: Despite directing the main character Ivy the Kiwi to the goal safe and sound in each stage seems easy, collecting the ten red feathers scattered around in the shortest time possible is the real challenge of this game. As the level of difficulty progresses, more objects will become available to either help, hinder, or harm the little Ivy in the quest for her mother.