N++ is dashing its way onto the Nintendo Switch on May 24

Metanet Software's series of platform games, simply called N, may not be the most popular video game franchise, but it's actually had three major entries, which have been released on a wide variety of different systems.

Now, the indie developer's latest offering, N++, is making its way to the Nintendo Switch, almost three years after its original release on Sony's PlayStation 4. The game contains thousands of hand-crafted levels, a large amount of unlockable game content, and features both single-player and multiplayer modes.

It may be minimalist on the outside, but we’ve packed a ton into N++: revel in over 100+ eye-catching Funlockable™ colour schemes, and bask your ears in the splendor of over six hours of the best futuristic, atmospheric electronic music from boutique labels around the globe. There are 4340 hand-crafted levels in all that will keep you playing for days.

Play with friends in local multiplayer Co-op and Race (Competitive) modes with the Nintendo Switch Joy-Con controllers! You won’t find a multiplayer game that tests the limits of your friendship quite like N++. Or, play through the lengthy and challenging Solo and Hardcore campaigns (filled with ingenious secrets galore). And if that’s still not enough, you can create and share your own devious levels with players worldwide, using the built-in level editor. The possibilities are literally endless!

The N series started with a Flash-based game for PC initially released in 2004. The original game has seen a number of updates, introducing new levels and content over the years, but the company developed a sequel, N+, which was released on Xbox 360 through the Xbox Live Arcade in 2008 and also saw a portable version release on the Nintendo DS and PlayStation Portable.

N++ was originally released on the PlayStation 4 in the summer of 2015, and then made its way to Steam in 2016, and just last year to the Xbox One. Owners of Nintendo's latest console will finally be able to get their hands on the game in just two weeks, on May 24.

Source: GoNintendo

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