Posted by Mare Sheppard on Jan 11, 2018
When we last spoke, N++ had just come out on PS4, and we were ecstatic. It was the debut of this long-awaited sequel to the arcade-style ninja platformer that was released in 2004 (N), finally in the hands of PlayStation fans, and there first! Since then, we’ve been busy adding to N++ and making it even bigger and more beautiful with the free Ultimate Edition update that launched just before the new year. Go grab it now! We’ll wait ;)
Hey everyone! Sorry for the delay — we’ve been pretty busy trying to get some N++ updates and bugfixes out the door for you all to enjoy, but we have hit a few unexpected snags, so these will take a bit more time. N++ on PS Store In the meantime, we are really excited to […]
N++ is an action-puzzle platformer that’s smooth as butter, if butter ran at 60fps at 1080p. You play as a gold-thirsty ninja, trying to survive in a world designed to make that difficult. We paid a lot of attention to how this game feels: the controls are responsive, tight and precise, letting you move through the levels acrobatically, and deftly evade the deadly enemy robots that populate the strange futuristic world.
I have been waiting for literally years to say this: N++ has a release date! We worked with Richard E. Flanagan to put together this fancy trailer for the announcement, so let’s let it do the talking:
Posted by Mare Sheppard on Dec 04, 2014
We’re back with more news about N++!
Hello again! We’re back with another blog post; this time we thought we’d talk about one of the new things we’re most happy with in N++: the graphics. One of the main inspirations for the look of N++ was print-based graphic design: bold, smooth blocks of color with crisp, sharp edges.
Posted by Mare Sheppard on Feb 28, 2014
N++ is fast-paced, tense and exciting. However, it has a unique feel which distinguishes it from other platformers: the ninja moves with an exaggerated sense of inertia and momentum. Gradually learning how to control the ninja — developing an intuition for how it will react and how to harness its momentum — is one of the most challenging and rewarding aspects of the game.
Hello! We’re Mare and Raigan from Metanet Software, and we’re really excited to finally be able to announce that N++ will be coming to PS4! One of the requests we get most frequently is a version of N for PlayStation, so we’re delighted to reveal that yes, it’s happening! And it’s gonna be great.