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Spiderman Experiment

rated 3.07 / 5 stars
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Feb 6, 2003 | 8:09 PM EST

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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. :)



Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

It was fun

You should make a full spiderman game.


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Its a beginning................

It looks really good! The only reason it might get BLAMed is because there's like nothing there. You should go with the concept because if you did, I'll bet you could make the frontpage.


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars


Really cool concept. I like the landing animations when spidey hits the ground.

A few things that could be improved.

Be able to move faster while airborne, change directions in air, have variable running speeds, instead of stop and go, have jump length be affected by run speed, run/roll speed could be accelerated to look more realistic.

You could add cars driving along the road, make spidey be able to jump onto them and hitch rides.

Lozenge responds:

Yeah, putting cars in sounds like a lot of fun. If I ever finish this, they will have to be in it.


Rated 2 / 5 stars


I get that you never are going to finish this.
I just don't like the unfinishedness of this.


Rated 2 / 5 stars

OK engine

Shame there's nothing to do in the game. As you say though, it's just an idea that you didn't finish. This wouldn't be too bad if it was finished, but as it is it's just a bland demo, and I've marked it that way.