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N++ is in development for Steam and Metanet is “looking at other platforms” as well
Metanet Software’s Raigan Burns recently put in an appearance at NeoGAF to confirm that N++ will be available for the PC (through Steam) very soon. According to the developer, there’s still “a few more months of work” to be done before the devilish clever platformer can be released for the PC, but the team is also “looking at other platforms” (presumably the Xbox One) too:
The good news: we’ve found a new programmer, and they’ve been working on porting N++ to Steam for the past month or so. There are still a few more months of work — we want to add all of the planned post-launch-update stuff that got put on hold when our team imploded — but we will definitely be bringing N++ to Steam. We’re still looking at other platforms too.
Anyway, thanks for your continued support…
N++ originally launched for the PS4 last Summer, and it was honored in our 2015 Golden Pixel Awards with a place on “The Apocalypse List” as “[one of] the games we’d keep playing if we had all the time in the world…”
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