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* AntiFrustrationFeatures: Mainly Spidey running out of web. In the Genesis/Mega port, you have to rest at his apartment to replenish it. The CD port fixes this by just making it as a pickup item.



* MultipleEndings: The Sega CD and Sega Genesis versions give multiple endings depending on the outcome of the final level.

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* MultipleEndings: The Sega CD and Sega Genesis versions give version gives multiple endings depending on the outcome of the final level.


The premise of the game is that the Kingpin turns the city against Spider-Man by framing him for stealing a bomb. It is up to Spidey to clear his name and defuse the bomb before 24 hours have passed.

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The premise of the game is that the Kingpin Comicbook/TheKingpin turns the city against Spider-Man Comicbook/SpiderMan by framing him for stealing a bomb. It is up to Spidey to clear his name and defuse the bomb before 24 hours have passed.



* DamselInDistress: Mary Jane gets kidnapped partway through the game in the Sega CD and Sega Genesis versions, with the final boss fight having Spidey having to defeat the Kingpin quickly so he can stop Mary Jane from being dunked in acid.

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* DamselInDistress: Mary Jane Comicbook/MaryJaneWatson gets kidnapped partway through the game in the Sega CD and Sega Genesis versions, with the final boss fight having Spidey having to defeat the Kingpin quickly so he can stop Mary Jane from being dunked in acid.


* NowWhichOneWasThatVoice: The Sega CD port doesn't saying who voiced the characters, though some of them are familiar voices who worked on the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

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* NowWhichOneWasThatVoice: The Sega CD port doesn't saying who voiced the characters, though some of them are familiar voices who worked on ''WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles1987'' (e.g.: Electro was voiced by Cam Clarke, who voiced Leonardo and Rocksteady, while the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.Kingpin and Mysterio were voiced by Peter Renaday, who voiced Master Splinter).


** Losing to Kingpin or one of the prior the miniboss fights against Bullseye and Typhoid Mary results in the Kingpin knocking out Spider-Man and having him join Mary Jane in being dunked into acid.

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** Losing to Kingpin or one of the prior the miniboss fights against Bullseye and Typhoid Mary results in the Kingpin knocking out Spider-Man and having him join Mary Jane in being dunked into acid.

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* ShoutOut: The brief introductory stage serves as one to ''VideoGame/Atari2600SpiderMan'', where Spidey has to scale the facade of a building while avoiding mooks that pop out of windows to knock him off.

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* AdaptationExpansion: Along with the expected CD audio and animated cutscenes, the Sega CD version also has extra levels, bosses and enemies, rearranged levels, and a more cartoony but better-animated art style compared to the Genesis version.


* DeathIsASlapOnTheWrist: SubvertedTrope. Spidey can easily escape if he's captured and get back into action, but each capture wastes roughly two hours of in-game time, and you have only 24 of them to disarm the Kingpin's bomb.



* NowWhichOneWasThatVoice: The Sega CD port doesn't saying who voiced the characters, though some of them are familar voices who worked on the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

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* NowWhichOneWasThatVoice: The Sega CD port doesn't saying who voiced the characters, though some of them are familar familiar voices who worked on the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

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* AntiFrustrationFeatures: Mainly Spidey running out of web. In the Genesis/Mega port, you have to rest at his apartment to replenish it. The CD port fixes this by just making it as a pickup item.


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* NowWhichOneWasThatVoice: The Sega CD port doesn't saying who voiced the characters, though some of them are familar voices who worked on the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.


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* PuzzleBoss: Sandman can only be defeated by luring him to a fire hydrant and spraying him with water.

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* PuzzleBoss: PuzzleBoss:
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Sandman can only be defeated by luring him to a fire hydrant and spraying him with water.water.
** In the Sega CD version, during the first battle with Venom he must be lured into a church tower and the bells must be rung in order to beat him.

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* GameplayAndStoryIntegration: You can take pictures throughout the level to sell to J. Jonah Jameson, which Peter uses to buy web fluid and cartridges.


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* PuzzleBoss: Sandman can only be defeated by luring him to a fire hydrant and spraying him with water.





* FamilyUnfriendlyDeath: Losing to the Kingpin has Spider-Man and Mary Jane getting killed by acid onscreen.



* {{Tuckerization}}: The Sega CD version features a female news anchor named Lisa Sands in one of its cutscenes. She shares her name with the game's production manager.

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* {{Tuckerization}}: The Sega CD version features a female news anchor named Lisa Sands in one of its cutscenes. She shares her name with the game's production manager.manager.
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* LargeHam: The Sega CD version depicts Venom as speaking melodramatically.



* NonStandardGameOver: Should the player manage to run out of time or fail to input the keys needed to defuse the bomb in the proper order, the result will be New York City being destroyed in an explosion.

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* NonStandardGameOver: Should the player manage to run out of time or fail to input the keys needed to defuse the bomb in the proper order, the result will be New York City being destroyed in an explosion.explosion.
* TimedMission: The entire game is a timed mission. Spider-Man has to defeat all the villains in order to get their keys to the bomb and defuse the bomb before the time limit runs out. The time is said to be 24 hours, but the time goes by much faster in-game and is closer to a few hours.
* {{Tuckerization}}: The Sega CD version features a female news anchor named Lisa Sands in one of its cutscenes. She shares her name with the game's production manager.


''The Amazing Spider-Man vs. The Kingpin'' was a LicensedGame based on ''ComicBook/SpiderMan'' that was released by Creator/{{Sega}} for the Sega Master System, the Sega Genesis, and the Sega CD.

The premise of the game is that the Kingpin turns the city against Spider-Man by framing him for stealing a bo

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''The Amazing Spider-Man vs. The Kingpin'' was a LicensedGame based on ''ComicBook/SpiderMan'' that was released by Creator/{{Sega}} for the Sega Master System, the Sega Game Gear, the Sega Genesis, and the Sega CD.

The premise of the game is that the Kingpin turns the city against Spider-Man by framing him for stealing a bobomb. It is up to Spidey to clear his name and defuse the bomb before 24 hours have passed.
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* DamselInDistress: Mary Jane gets kidnapped partway through the game in the Sega CD and Sega Genesis versions, with the final boss fight having Spidey having to defeat the Kingpin quickly so he can stop Mary Jane from being dunked in acid.
* MultipleEndings: The Sega CD and Sega Genesis versions give multiple endings depending on the outcome of the final level.
** Beating the Kingpin in time to save Mary Jane results in the good ending, where Spider-Man successfully clears his name.
** Defeating the Kingpin, but failing to save Mary Jane in time results in Spider-Man vowing vengeance for Mary Jane's death as the Kingpin is carried away by the authorities.
** Losing to Kingpin or one of the prior the miniboss fights against Bullseye and Typhoid Mary results in the Kingpin knocking out Spider-Man and having him join Mary Jane in being dunked into acid.
* NonStandardGameOver: Should the player manage to run out of time or fail to input the keys needed to defuse the bomb in the proper order, the result will be New York City being destroyed in an explosion.

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''The Amazing Spider-Man vs. The Kingpin'' was a LicensedGame based on ''ComicBook/SpiderMan'' that was released by Creator/{{Sega}} for the Sega Master System, the Sega Genesis, and the Sega CD.

The premise of the game is that the Kingpin turns the city against Spider-Man by framing him for stealing a bo

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