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Game Description:In a futuristic world of inadvertently homicidal robots, a daring ninja must use deft acrobatic skill and guts of steel to survive. N+ is a peerless action-puzzle platformer with more than 300 levels in which to hone your ninja reflexes, plus a built-in level editor for when you're hungry for more. N+ also features unique, physics-based controls, stylish graphics, unlimited lives, competitive and cooperative multiplayer, plenty of gold, and several flavors of sweet, sweet action. Running, jumping, and dying in an unpleasant-yet-comical manner has never been more fun!
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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


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