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Our examiner, Andrea Walney, first checked N Plus Plus 22 months ago. It was re-examined by Jo Robertson and updated 6 weeks ago.
N stands for Ninja and this is the third and final game in a trilogy of running and jumping puzzle games (the others being N and N+) each one bigger and with more features than the previous game. Each level in N++ has a fixed camera view of a uniquely shaped room which contains collectable gold, exploding bombs, lasers and other hazards, as well as a switch that opens the only exit. You make huge jumps which carry you long distances due to momentum.
You get 5 levels to complete in 90 seconds before you can move on to the next set. There are 4340 levels in the game (this is open to expansion), some more devious than others. Collecting gold extends your time, or you can choose to go straight for the switch and the exit. In this respect, you can choose your own personal aim for the game - speed or full completion of the level. You can play solo or with friends in cooperative mode or adversarial mode. There is also a level creator for you to make and play community-made levels.
The game is simple to understand, with simple graphics, but the gameplay is devious and some levels may take a long time to master, and with the number of levels available it should keep you busy for a very long time.
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