Classic Platformer Sequel N++ Is Coming To PC

By Chris Priestman . February 10, 2016 . 3:00pm


Classic platformer sequel N++ will be coming to Steam for PC soon. It was previously released for PlayStation 4 in July 2015.


The PC announcement was made quietly on NeoGAF, where Raigan Burns – the co-founder of developer Metanet Software – said that a new programmer on the team has been working on porting N++ to Steam for the past month or so.


“There are still a few more months of work — we want to add all of the planned post-launch-update stuff that got put on hold when our team imploded — but we will definitely be bringing N++ to Steam,” wrote Burns. “We’re still looking at other platforms too.”


N++ was previously released for PlayStation 4 in July 2015. It comes with 2,360 levels and has a level editor that allows you to create and share your own custom levels. It’s the third in the indie classic N series with the first being released back in 2004.

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