Metanet Software has released the Ultimate Edition of their widely popular platformer, N++ on PC via Steam. The new version comes as a free update for players who already own the game. In addition to releasing the update, we also received a new launch trailer, which can be seen below. The game is currently available on PC with a PS4 release coming in the future.
The new update doubles the size of N++ by bringing the total level count to 4340! The new update also brings new color schemes, ninja headbands, and a brand new single player mode called Hardcore. In Hardcore mode, the clock is always ticking and every death counts. This new mode should give players an extra layer of skill based challenges.
If this is your first time hearing about N++, here is a breakdown of the game and its features:
N++ is a fast-paced, momentum-based platformer about darting around obstacles, narrowly evading enemies and collecting gold in a beautiful minimalist landscape. It’s the first N game on PC since 2004 and we’ve spent those 12 years perfecting the platformer.
N++ is all about using your momentum to complete levels and get high scores, but in this sci-fi world, there’s a slew of inadvertently homicidal enemy robots trying to prevent you from completing your goal.
Through the hand-crafted (NOT procedurally generated) levels, you’ll experience platforming at its most intense. Using only your fluid movement, you need to ‘solve’ each level and get to the exit.
In addition to the lengthy and challenging single player campaign, we’ve packed a ton of features into this one last entry in the N series including:
-4340 hand-made levels
-Custom Levels, Level Editor & Global Level Sharing
-Leaderboards and replays for every level (even the ones you make)
-Local Co-op Mode (up to 4 players)
-Local Competitive Mode (up to 4 Players)
-63 tracks by top electronic artists
-Over 60 color palettes to customize the game’s look
-New Singleplayer Hardcore mode
N++ Ultimate Edition is a free update for players who already own the game. Those who don’t own the game can take advantage of the Ultimate Edition PC launch sale, which will set you back $7.49.