Spiderman Experiment

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This is a platform game I started after watching the spiderman movie, but never finished. I thought I'd post it instead of just leaving it to die on my hard drive.
No sound, intro, bad guys or any real point to playing, other than to have fun swinging about.


On the ground:
Use Left or Right to run, and Up to jump.

On a wall:
Use Up or Down to climb the wall.
Press the direction away from the wall to jump off.

In the air:
Use Up, Down, Left and Right to alter your fall through the air.
Hold Up + Down together, as you go past a wall to stick to it.

Press the Left mouse button somewhere on a building to fire a web, and release the button to grab the web so you can swing on it. Click the Left mouse button again to let go.

I'll probably never finish this unless I can think of a good way to make it into a fun game that fits the spiderman theme, without the game speed suffering too badly. If anyone has any really good ideas let me know, and I might go back to it.

Known Bugs: occasionally when you land on the ground, everything screws up and you lose control.

Ps. Thanks for the feedback, but Im not going to carry on with this experiment. I'm making something better instead. :)


Finish it!

It's an aweseome game with great potential, also good job on the rolling animation when you touchdown too fast.try zooming in on spidey more and you can make this a race type game to get mary jane or somthing.

Pretty Decent Game

The reason is that I'm giving you such a high rating is that this game has plenty of potential. I say don't let is waste away on your hard drive or on Newgrounds. Continue working with it and you might get a good amount of 10s.

A Decent Experiment

Okay, first I'd like to thank you for being up front in telling us all that this was an unfinished product that you didn't want to see waste away on your computer. I'm hoping the feedback you've been getting will give you incentive to finish it. I couldn't quite get Spidey to stick to any walls, but the swinging was fun of course. All you need is a few street thugs to knock out, a Mary Jane or Gwen Stacey to rescue, and a Super Villain or two. The programming of it is all up to you. It looks like it has great potential, so please don't let that potential go to waste. Let me know when and if you move from experiment to full game.

Good but needs work

I liked this, but it needs a bit of work, the controls aren't too bad but I found the tiny spiderman is too small for my tastes, although playing the game really did give you the feel of spiderman as the physics are pretty interesting. This experiment of yours isn't bad, hopefully it leads to an interesting game in the future.


i dunno what 2 think...some part of me says this is shit blam it the other is saying its alright...blech

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3.07 / 5.00

Feb 6, 2003
8:09 PM EST
Action - Platformer - Other