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N++ is a platformer arcade video game about darting obstacles and avoiding enemies while collecting gold. It was developed and published by Metanet Software Inc. and was released on August 26, 2016.
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What the community says about N++

  • Matthew Gray
    Written on March 30, 2017
    "I have a great appreciation for games involving ninjas in general. However, there have been so few on the Steam gaming platform. I have recently found an amazing game about ninjas on Steam which is N++. It's a great game with super addicting game play. "
    Muhammad Jaiteley
    Written on September 13, 2017
    "Do you love jumping around, and gaining quite a bit of gold? Do you like minimalist art, and stuning visuals, N++ Has al of that and more, Quite happy with my purchase today, What are you waiting for? buy it already"
    Ajay Jaiteley
    Written on April 5, 2017
    "N++ is a fantastic puzzle/platformer game it's also very hard."
  • Julie Hicks
    Written on March 11, 2017
    "I'm one of those arcade-game kids that misses the glory days of Dig Dug, Asteroids, and Pinball. When I found N++, it was like I had rediscovered my childhood, but in an updated technology format. It's got the arcade style, with 2D graphics and simple controls, but it's got modern precision and the momentum programming is perfection. It keeps your fingers moving and grabs your attention so much that you'll feel the essence of the arcade circa 2017 around you."
    Mary Stone
    Written on June 14, 2017
    "N++ was a very fun game to play! It's fast paced and action packed!"
    Pamela Wong
    Written on October 30, 2017
    "This is an excellent solution as the game is one of the best."
  • Stephanie Kennedy
    Written on January 22, 2017
    "This game is so addictive and perfect if you want something that will hold your attention and keep you playing for hours on end. It's so difficult sometimes, but that just means it's so much more satisfying to beat. It's so fast moving too, you never stop because it's designed with the idea of momentum in the game. I didn't realize what a treasure N++ was when I found it on Steam, but I know now."
    Anna Little
    Written on November 2, 2017
    "As I love platform games I thought N++ sounded like a fun game and in all reality it could be if it wasn't so buggy and laggy. It won't save super secrets which is a bummer because they're hard to get. Hopefully the developers continue to improve because I really want to like this game."
    Samantha Simpson
    Written on May 16, 2017
    "I like to use N + + because I like to move fast to be sure to accomplish task and especially to beat my opponent. It truthfully gives me momentum. Bring it on."
  • Arnav Tata
    Written on October 29, 2017
    "After a boring day at work, feeling like a ninja just feels so good! I love this game, and so it would seem do many others based on the Steam and Metacritic ratings. And no same-ole same-ole killing me some orcs with blood spattering everywhere. Works for me!"
    Brian Bailey
    Written on November 18, 2017
    "N++ is a really fun game. Steam always seems to come up with more great suggestions for me! Highly addicting."
  • Kathy Herrera
    Written on March 29, 2017
    "The idea of 2D games on PC sometimes gets lost with all the focus people put on graphics and realism in video games these days, but one minute of N++ is going to convince you otherwise. Mostly because you won't be able to stop after one minute! It's got a minimalistic 2D appearance but the gameplay is so perfect that anything more would be too much. I can't stop playing."
    Guillermo Vázquez
    Written on October 27, 2017
    "N++ had a lot of potential, but it's riddled with bad control. Very laggy and unresponsive in tight places."
    Samantha Sullivan
    Written on January 25, 2017
    "Want to go old school? Try this 2D game on for size!"
  • Jonathan Black
    Written on May 16, 2017
    "N++ is an overwhelmingly positively reviewed platform darter game. It is available for PC through steam. In its latest update it added a local co-op mode for up to 4 players. It looks to be able to run on fairly minimalist systems. I would say it does address the problem."
    Joe Walker
    Written on January 9, 2017
    "Nice solution. Features a co-op mode."

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