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Ivy the Kiwi? Review (Mini)

When it comes to motion control titles, I’m not of the most exact users of the Wii remote. So when I started Ivy the Kiwi? I was pretty bad at directing Ivy from one point to another. After a few levels, I started getting used to the control scheme and was decently able to guide Ivy around levels.

But the simplicity of the puzzle aspect of the title is where the addictive nature starts. Since the goal is to guide Ivy to the platform at the end of the level while collecting feathers, the different level designs require quick thinking and quick hands to accurately guide her from one point to the next.

The different uses of the vines open up new possibilities and the large amount of stages allow for a good pick-up-and-play experience rather than having to commit a lot of hours before being able to quit.

Ivy the Kiwi? challenges every age level and will drag players in with its simple, but complex gameplay

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