Put on your ninja shoes, N v2.0 is playable now

Don’t forget the red ninja scarf By now, we’ve seen the big reveals of the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox...

Don’t forget the red ninja scarf

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By now, we’ve seen the big reveals of the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One, and I can safely declare a winner: PC. Why? Because just a few days ago, Metanet Software released a huge update to its diabolical ninja platformer N, aptly titled N v2.0. The kicker? It’s totally free.

The update features new levels and an improved level editor, as well as the promise of “FUN-lockables,” which can only be awesome judging by their name. You can play the browser version of N v2.0 on Kongregate, or download it from the game’s official site.

N version 2.0 released by Metanet Software, adds local multiplayer, level sharing [Polygon]

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Darren is a scientist during the day. He has been a Destructoid community member since 2006, joining the front page as a contributor in 2011. While he enjoys shooters, RPGs, platformers, strategy, and rhythm games, he takes particular interest in independent games. He produced the Zero Cool Podcast for about four years, and he plays board games quite a bit when he can find willing companions.
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Darren Nakamura
Darren is a scientist during the day. He has been a Destructoid community member since 2006, joining the front page as a contributor in 2011. While he enjoys shooters, RPGs, platformers, strategy, and rhythm games, he takes particular interest in independent games. He produced the Zero Cool Podcast for about four years, and he plays board games quite a bit when he can find willing companions.