Spider-Man

1991

Sega

This game has really got legs

Based on the Marvel Comics comic book character Spider-Man. Play as one of four characters in this side scrolling beat 'em up.

  • 4 Player
  • Beat 'em up
Spider-Man: The Video Game's soundtrack is also partially comprised from tunes from Sega's 1986 arcade game Quartet. Notably the tunes "Oki Rap" and "FM Funk"

Description

The game allows the user to play as one of four heroes: Spider-Man, Black Cat, Sub-Mariner, and Hawkeye. Unlike many games of this type which assigned a certain character to a certain joystick, any player can choose any character (as long as another player isn't already controlling them).

During levels the game changes from a side-scrolling beat 'em up into a platform game as the camera zooms to a far-away view of the characters in miniature. It later zooms back in for the much larger and more detailed characters to continue the brawling. The game was divided into four acts, meeting various villains, including Venom, Kingpin, Doctor Octopus, Electro, Lizard, Scorpion, Sandman, Green Goblin, Hobgoblin, and finally Doctor Doom. High scores are separated by character; so a high score on Spider-Man may not be a high score on Hawkeye or Black Cat.

How to Play

Players have an 8-way joystick to move around and two buttons: one to attack and one to jump.

Once inside all arcade games are Free to Play!

More Games

Creative Commons License

The content within the Arcade Club Game Library database is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

You may share and adapt freely where existing copyright restrictions do not apply. Please do not link directly to media.