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Ivy the Kiwi? now available on iOS in free and paid versions

Ivy the Kiwi? from Sonic creator Yuji Naka is now available on iOS. The $4.99 iPhone/iPad port of Prope's platformer is currently on sale for only $2.99, but is also available as a free version.

Originally released only for Wii and DS, the platformer from Naka's company Prope stars a baby kiwi named Ivy. Ivy has been separated from her mother and must find her by booking through the jungle. It's up to you to protect the defenseless, perpetually running kiwi by drawing vines to lift, fling and bounce Ivy out of the way of obstacles and enemies.

The iOS version of Ivy the Kiwi? includes 50 levels, half that of the retail release's 100 on DS and Wii. The free version has ads and even fewer levels, but both are compatible with iOS 6's Game Center challenges.

Ivy the Kiwi? was one of my favorite games of 2010 and is a wonderful puzzle/platformer. The action is addictive and the adorable. The heartwarming presentation and story are icing on the cake. Download it for your iDevice today and you won't regret it.

Reported by Matthew Jay



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