Summary: This game has got to be one of the best DS games for the "Hardcore" gamer. Having played the X-BOX and old PC version as well, I can honestly say this is my favorite way to play N. The level editor is easy to use, and there is enough game play to last a good while.
Summary: Let me begin by saying that I was immediately interested in this game, having been a fan of the original (free-to-play) online flash version that existed before. I enjoyed the game because it was a challenging and fun platformer. Luckily, for the most part, it has made a smooth transition to the DS.
Summary: N+ is a platformer for the DS even though it could have been released on GBA. It also is a lot of fun. The point of the game is to travel to a switch hit it then make your way to the door that lets you continue to the next level.
Summary: So you're a stick figure, and you can run and jump. That's about it. It's not really a puzzle game, as there is no really thinking involved, just running and jumping. While that doesn't sound to exciting, try explaining tetris or packman. This is the same sort of game.
Summary: It's a shame so many good DS games go hardly unnoticed, this is one of those games. For a very cheap price, this game is based from a flash game found online, where you control a stick-figure ninja and jump around, up to platforms, bounce of walls trying to collect a certain item to unlock a door...
Summary: I like the fast pace of this game and its challenges to your thinking ability. I would highly recommend this game for anyone who loves a challenging brain puzzle. An original and instant classic.
Summary: Fun game and certainly worth the $10 it now costs. I'm mainly writing this review because the product description is now inaccurate. Atari (in their infinite wisdom) has shut down the online servers for both DS and PSP versions.
Excerpt: In elementary school, I'd spend half a class drawing crazy platformer levels for my friends to "play" during the other half of the class. This involved them drawing a line through the levels showing me how they'd do it. This game just reminded me of that and I wanted to share it with you all here.
Excerpt: Your slippery little ninja controls fantastically, but it's frustrating at times to get him to do what you want. Wall-jumping and slope navigation are a little more complicated than they should be. That said, N+ a charming little time-waster that's chock full of content.