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.
Summary: This was difficult for my 5-year-old to play. He says "You can't control the character. You have to make vines to get out of things and you can't jump." Kids with great hand-eye coordination who love drawing may have a different experience, but this was a big disappointment for us.
Summary: This feels like a WiiWare game or online Flash game that someone decided they could get away with selling at retail. Simple gimmick, simple block levels, barely any art or music assets at all. Every level looks the same!
Summary: Ivy the Kiwi's 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.
Delightful platformer - novel way to move main character
L. Figueroa, Amazon
19 October 2010
Summary: This game has been a delightful find. I was at first concerned about the fact that the character (bird) was being indirectly manipulated (I never experienced this before) but it was quite new and enjoyable experience. You get to discover techniques to move the bird a long.
Summary: A very nice oldschool platform game. Very simple and creative concept: drawing lines to direct and protect the character in well-designed levels. Don't expect to spend months on it, just made to have some fun every now and then.