After being released on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, macOS and Windows back in 2015, the game is set to make its way to the Nintendo Switch on May 24th. N++’s pick-up-and-play nature and short stages are perfect for on-the-go gaming.
The title also features local co-op, though unfortunately not online play, unlike its predecessor N+, one of the first successful Xbox Live Arcade titles release back in 2008.
That said, given the Switch’s emphasis on local couch co-cop, N++’s multiplayer modes will feel right at home on Nintendo’s hybrid console.
The game features a minimalist art style with an extremely detailed physics system. In total, the Ultimate Edition of N++ also includes 4,340 handcrafted stages.
In a comprehensive Reddit thread, Mare Sheppard, one of N++’s developers, discussed the difficulties involved porting the title to the Switch, including Nintendo’s initial disinterest in the game making its way to the company’s console.