Summary: N++ is for many critics the ultimate version of the game. Some do say that the sparse visuals and gameplay are a fault of the game, but that overall it is one of the best platformers out there
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A masterful distillation of classic action-platforming gameplay, doling out tension and elation in equal measure.
A twitch epic in which the journey from beginner to master is told not via new abilities, but in your hands and muscle memory.
N++ is a stylish upgrade over its predecessors that retains the addictive-as-hell gameplay and adds a vast amount of levels.
The definitive version of one of the most enduring indie games of the last decade, with great offline multiplayer and a near infinite array of levels.
Best when played with friends, N++ is a retouching rather than a reinvention, and is squarely targeted at players interested in precision platforming challenge for its own sake
The ninja returns, better than ever.
N++ might lack online play and feel like more of the same, but it's pretty much everything a platformer fan could want out of a sequel. It's still challenging, it has a boatload of levels, and it's a hell of a lot of fun to play.
N++ is a further distillation and refinement of what made N and N+ cult classics in the first place. Rather than replacing those games, it expands upon them greatly, with a bafflingly vast array of levels that come to test you mastery of the game's pure platforming, and the tools to make even more.
It's been a long time coming, but Metanet Software have delivered on stylish platforming greatness. This is a must buy for anyone who likes the genre.
N++ delivers consistently excellent bursts of platforming devilishness, but it's not enough to keep me interested for the long haul.