Spider-Man is a video game based on the Marvel Comics character Spider-Man that was released in 2000. It was created by Neversoft and published by Activision for the PlayStation using Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater game engine. Different developers eventually ported the game to numerous platforms, including the Game Boy Color and Nintendo 64 in the same year, as well as the Dreamcast and Microsoft Windows in 2001.
The plot follows Spider-Man as he tries to defend his record after being falsely accused by a doppelgänger and becomes a wanted felon, all while thwarting a symbiote invasion planned by Doctor Octopus and Carnage. Scorpion, Rhino, Venom, Mysterio, Carnage, and Doctor Octopus all make appearances as bosses, as well as a Carnage symbiote-possessed Doctor Octopus named Monster-Ock, who was created expressly for the game as the final boss.
The game incorporates narration from co-creator Stan Lee and is Activision’s first Spider-Man game since acquiring the license, which was set to expire in 2014.
The reception to Spider-Man was overwhelmingly good. In 2001, three sequels were released: Torus Games’ Game Boy Color-exclusive Spider-Man 2: The Sinister Six, Vicarious Visions’ PlayStation-exclusive Spider-Man 2: Enter Electro, and Vicarious Visions’ Game Boy Advance-exclusive Spider-Man 2: Mysterio’s Menace.
|Developers||Neversoft, Vicarious Visions (GBC), Edge of Reality (N64)|
|Genre||Action, Adventure, Platformer|
Spider-Man (2000) Gameplay
The player controls Spider-Man as he traverses each level, either attempting to reach the exit or completing a specific mission. If Spider-Man runs out of health, falls off a building, or fails to achieve specific objectives, such as rescuing a hostage, the player must restart the level. Spider-Man may use his spider abilities to traverse the surroundings, crawling on walls and ceilings, swinging short distances, and zipping between certain spots. In battle, Spider-Man can use a limited supply of web cartridges to assault his opponents, either webbing them up to stall or defeat them, boosting the strength of his attacks, or building an explosive barrier. Spider-Man can also locate comics, which unlock a Spider-Man comic book issue cover in the menu screen, as well as power-ups like Spider-Armor, which improves his strength and defense temporarily, and Fire Webbing, which is effective against symbiotes.
Download Spider-Man (2000)
We might have the game available for more than one platform. Spider-Man is currently available on these platforms:
How to play on Windows (Method 1)
- Download and Extract Spider_Man_2000_Win_Files_EN.7z
- Open the “Game Files” folder and launch “SpideyPC.exe”
How to play on Windows (Method 2)
- Download and Extract Spider_Man_2000_Win_ROM_EN.7z
- Open the “Game Files” folder and mount the .mdf file (see our wiki section if unsure how)
- Run the game setup and finish installing the game
- Crack the game using the file inside the “Crack” folder
- Launch the game using the desktop shortcut or by double-clicking on “SpideyPC.exe”
Spider-Man (2000) Screenshots
Spider-Man (2000) PC System Requirements
|OS:||Windows 10, 8.1, 7, XP, 2000, 98, 95|
|Processor:||Pentium III @ 2.8 GHz|
|Memory:||128 MB RAM|
|Graphics:||8 MB DirectX 8.0 compatible Video Card|
|Storage:||600 MB available space|