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N+ Previews - PSP

Game Description:Leap into action as a ninja with some serious vertical in this addictive 2D platformer. Based on the 2005 N freeware game, N+ offers a chance to play the original or a graphically enchanced N+ version. Leap around the screen in over 200 single-player levels, racing against the clock to collect gold and trigger the exit. Once you've opened the exit, you've still gotta get there, and there are plenty of traps in your way. Look out for pitfalls, mines, missiles, machine-gunning robots, and other dangers. The action continues with over 150 co-op and versus multi-player levels, online leaderboards, unlockable bonus powers and content, a level editor, and more. 
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    N+ Producer Interview

    Associate Producer David Geudelekian speaks to G4tv.com about the upcoming platformer from Atari, N+ for the Nintendo DS and PSP.

    Posted: Aug 7, 2008 | 555 Views | 02:50 | 1 Comment


  • N+ Exclusive Trailer

    Posted: August 21, 2008

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  • N+ Producer Interview

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