Perhaps you've heard of N+. It's been covered only a teeny bit here on DS Fanboy, so it's pretty
Your miniature ninja is blessed with amazing speed and skill, though it comes at a heavy price: a lifespan of precisely 1.5 minutes. As you might imagine, this makes N+ perfect for quick bursts of play, as you'll never spend more than a few minutes trying to clear a set of levels. Sound interesting? Stab that big button down there and come see why N+ is a beautiful thing indeed if you're looking for some quick ninja-flavored challenge in your daily commute.
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10-27-2008 @ 6:44PM
wasn't it featured on "bury the shovelware"?
10-27-2008 @ 7:07PM
David Hinkle said...
Different columns by different columnists.
10-27-2008 @ 11:31PM
"And considering the game runs for twenty bucks on Amazon and most major retailers, why not pick it up? A single Benjamin isn't hard to give up when you consider the staggering amount of levels and the infinite possibilities allowed by a level editor and online sharing of custom content."
why give up a Benjamin when you can plop down a twenty?
10-27-2008 @ 11:35PM
Matt Madeiro said...
Hah! I wish I had some witty response to that, but I can offer only my overwhelming shame.
Really, I'm not sure why I wrote that. Thanks for the catch! I'm going to go stare at the contents of my wallet (no Benjamins, unfortunately) for the next hour or so.
10-28-2008 @ 2:57AM
I have N+ on both Xbox Live Arcade and DS. It really is a great game and even has a pretty awesome online community dedicated to making new maps and what not.
Only thing that kind of bugs me is that the XBLA version is $10 and the DS is $20 but I'm assuming that's because it's not a digital download.
10-28-2008 @ 5:22AM
N+ is an unnaturally infuriating game, there have been times when I just wanted to throw my DS across the room while playing...:P More than once I've spent about 30 minutes trying to clear a level. You really have to get your movements down. Not for the faint of heart.