Ikki may refer to:
Ikkō-ikki, revolts against samurai rule in 15th and 16th century Japan
- Saika Ikki, a Buddhist warrior group based in Ōta, Kii Province
- Ikki (magazine), a semi-alternative manga magazine
- Ikki (video game), an arcade game released by Sunsoft in 1985
- IKKI, the Russian acronym for Executive Committee of the Communist International
, is an arcade game originally released by Sunsoft in 1985. The game was released for the Famicom ( Nintendo Entertainment System) on November 28 of the same year, and is a multi-directional scrolling action game which contains some elements of a top-down shooter. The game is known outside Japan as Boomerang and Farmers Rebellion. Its main character, Gonbe, makes a cameo appearance in Atlantis no Nazo, another Sunsoft game.
The game has been ported to numerous other platforms, including the Microsoft Windows operating system as part of the Ultra2000 Sunsoft Classic games compilation, which was released on June 29, 2001. The game has also been coupled with Tōkaidō Gojūsan-tsugi and Yūyū Sunsoft kessaku-sen 2 (released July 2, 2004), and was coupled with Super Arabian for the PlayStation compilation Memorial Series Sunsoft Vol. 1. This compilation was also released for the PlayStation Network download service for the PlayStation 3, and also became available on Nintendo's Virtual Console in January 16, 2007 for the Wii, in February 13, 2013 for the Nintendo 3DS and in May 22, 2013 for the Wii U
The game was released as a mobile phone application on September 19, 2003. A renewed version titled was released over the SoftBank Mobile and EZweb networks in July 2006.
Ikki (輝) is a Japanese masculine given name pronounced "IY-KKiy". Ikki's origin, as well as its use, are in the Japanese language. The meaning of the name is one horseman.