Framed by Dr. Octopus, you must help Spider-Man clear his name and save the city.
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Doctor Octopus (voice)
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Black Cat / Mary Jane (voice)
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Chad Findley ...
Bank Thug 2 / Eagle-One Pilot / Security Guard (voice)
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Hostage / Police Pilot / Sniper / Microchip / Health Club Trainer (voice)
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Himself (voice)
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Storyline

An evil plot slowly unfolds. A mysterious villain is planning a vast symbiote invasion of New York, and at the same time-has framed Spider-Man of stealing Dr. Octavious' new machinery. That's not the only trouble plaguing Spidey. He must also save J. Jonah Jamison from the Scorpion, stop Rhino's Rampage, and save Mary Jane from Venom. Written by Jimmy Martin (Lawrenceville, Georgia, USA)

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You don't just play it... You live it


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E

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25 August 2000 (USA)  »

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Spiderman  »

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(5.1) (L-R)

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1.37 : 1
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Trivia

During "What If?" mode other Marvel characters can be seen in the background, including the Watcher (introduces "What If?" mode), the Silver Surfer (when Spider-Man is pursued by police and take a ride on the blimp), the Ghost Rider (very briefly seen driving down the side of a building at the very beginning of the "Race to the Bugle" level) and the Sub-Mariner (seen outside during the battle undersea with Carnage). The Sub-Mariner even gets an entry in the game's character database. See more »

Quotes

[after defeating a thug]
Spider-Man: Compliments of your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man!
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Connections

Featured in Playstation Underground: Issue 4.2 (2000) See more »

Soundtracks

Theme Song
from Spider-Man (1967)
Written by Bob Harris & Paul Francis Webster
Remixed by Apollo 440 (Trevor Gray, Noko, Ian Hoxley & Howard Gray)
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great
5 July 2012 | by See all my reviews

I got this game for Mac in 2002, when I was five or six. It was the first action game I had. All my other games were Winnie the Pooh and Putt-Putt (which were great, don't get me wrong) but I couldn't stop playing this game. since I was so young, I wasn't too good, but I was the only person I knew with this game at first. My friend would come to my house, and we would play it for hours on end, while arguing about who was better at it. (Eventually, some teenage girl came to my family's house on Thanksgiving and beat it, much to my chagrin.) I don't have the game anymore. I wish I did. This was a big part of my childhood. I owe my current love for spider-man to this game. Only problem with it was that Spidey always swung from nothing. He wouldn't swing from buildings, i guess he used clouds or something. It was weird but pretty funny.


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