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  • Summary: Ivy is on a search for her mother and she needs your help! Help guide Ivy by stretching vines and protecting her from treacherous terrain and mean animals that stand in her way. She's a bird, but she can't fly, and she's going to need all the help she can get if she's going to find her mother. Will Ivy find her mother? More than 50 stages provide loads of fun for the whole family. Expand
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  1. Sep 5, 2012
    Don't be misled because no one wrote a review of this game. Think Mario VS Donkey Kong MoTM with fewer obstacles, and more character, but not really easier. It is not a knock off game, it's got style and story all it's own that sets it apart from the other game and a very simple mechanic to move the game along. There is re-playability due to the goal of wanting to better your times and collect all the leafs' f reaching the goal. The Music is enchanting, haunting and charming all at the same time. There are probably less levels in the DSiware version but if memory serves me correctly, there was 80 levels in the retail version, so it's till well worth the price of admission. Unfortunately, my words can do this game no justice. It is said that simplicity is the hallmark of genius, if that is so, then this game is pure genius. Get it or regret it. Expand