Switch++: The Perfect Platform for Platforming Perfection

11 May / by: M&R / 13 comments / tags : ,,

This is it.

The moment that a lot of you have been waiting for is finally here: we are so, so proud and happy to announce that N++ is coming to Nintendo Switch!

We partnered with Blitworks to make this happen, and we’ve all been working tirelessly on this since last year. We gotta tell you, it’s great! Fans and new players alike: you are going to love it. N++ feels great on the Switch, it is absolutely the perfect platform for the platforming perfection that is N++.

How long will you have to wait to experience the thrills of local multiplayer on the Joy-Cons, or to take your Solo campaign on the road? Why not check out the announcement trailer for an answer to that question:

YEAH! May 24th, 2018!
That means you’ve got until then to spread the word and get hype. You’ll be able to add N++ to your Switch wishlist on May 17th, 2018, when the eShop pages go live in Europe, Australia and North America.

Thanks for your support, fam, we couldn’t have gotten to this point without you. To celebrate, keep an eye on our twitter for some giveaways stuffed full of merch, and on our Etsy for the debut of a brand new, limited-edition poster. We hope you’re as excited as we are about N++ on the Nintendo Switch! Wooooooooo! 😀

comments ( 13 )

  • Thank you so very much for this. I can’t tell you how much joy this brings me. I’m not usually like this with a game but something about the N series makes me happy and being able to take it on the go is going to bring so much awesomeness. I made an open promise a while back that if N++ came to the switch that I would gift this to ten people and I mean it. I am going to purchase ten gift cards and physically grab ten friends switches, load up the card and download the game to help get as much exposure for Metanet as possible!

    Again. Thank you.

    I never thought I would be messaging a game developer to thank them for their contribution to joy in my life, but here I am!

  • I’ve been playing N in its many guises for over a decade and I’m so pleased to see you guys bringing it to the perfect platform to enjoy it on. Thank you so much for creating such a brilliant game and all that remains to say is shut up and take my money! (For a third time after the PS4 and PC versions)

  • yeaaaaaah!

  • […] Software have announced the Switch port of N++ has received an official release date. The developer announced the game will […]

  • This is great, but will it delay the Linux release?

  • Ah, so the switch port it is.

    Although I’m not gonny buy it, I really hope this gets some more people to play this amazing game!
    Keep it up!

    PS: Is there ever going to be a physical copy?

  • I just realized the announcement trailer didn’t mention the ability to create, play, and share user created levels. Please tell me the switch version will include that feature? Thanks.

  • @adam I can read “Create” and “Browse” from the ad above

  • @Adam: wow, thank you so much!! Giving N++ to friends is a great strategy, since it means you’ll be able to recruit some helpers/victims for Co-op/Race mode 😉

    The Switch version will have all of the same features as on the other platforms, including cross-platform level sharing 🙂

    @CourtneyDL cheers 🙂

    @Bigcubefan we’re currently looking into how to make a physical Switch version happen, but we’re not sure if it’s possible yet. Stay tuned! 🙂

    @Tom: great question! I’m glad to say no, because the people who are working on the Switch port are a different team than the person who is working on the Linux port 🙂

  • Alright, you got me ! I’m buying it a second time !!!
    This was my most wanted port :p Can’t wait.

  • I was waiting for new blog so long, Cool.

    I want to share with you one song i’ve made that probarly fits on N++.

  • OMG. So Excited.
    I promised i wouldnt buy another e-shop switch game, but i lied – for N, i would.
    Get together with Limited Run Games for a physical copy preorder and I’ll double dip!!

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