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* GainaxEnding: Any pinball wizard expecting a WizardMode about [[FinalBattle a final, climatic battle against a villain]], will be bewildered and disappointed with what ''Spider-Man'' offers for its final mission: [[spoiler:Instead of a final battle against the bad guys to save New York once and for all, this wizard mode is all about unleashing the mayhem of Spider-Man clones throughout the city through a final mission where you race to lock balls for a big multiball mode representing the clones. Is the city of New York safe anymore by that time?]]


* CardboardPrison: Spider-Man complains of this when you start a Doc Ock battle.

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* CardboardPrison: Spider-Man complains about how Doc Ock easily breaks out of this prison when you start a Doc Ock battle.battle against him.

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* CardboardPrison: Spider-Man complains of this when you start a Doc Ock battle.

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* AntiFrustrationFeature:
**You are given a 30-second ball saver at the start of each ball.
**If you fail the Green Goblin battle by draining the ball (and not the pumpkin bomb), it does not count as a ballout and the ball is automatically shot back into play.
**The Ball Saver stays on permanently during a battle against Mysterio, meaning that the time limit is the only thing you have to worry about during that mode.


* TakeThatPlayer: Spidey quips if you drain a ball too early.

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* TakeThatPlayer: [[TakeThatAudience Take That Player]]: Spidey quips if you drain a ball too early.

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* GetOut: Doc Ock's quote is shown if you shoot the ball into his Mission Start hole during the mode.

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* PinballScoring: Depends on the Wizard Mode. Each shot can be worth millions of points when modes are completed multiple times. By then, scores can ultimately reach the billions.


''Spider-Man'' is a DigitalPinballTable released in 2013 by Creator/ZenStudios for their ''VideoGame/PinballFX'' and ''VideoGame/ZenPinball'' frameworks. As [[Franchise/SpiderMan Spider-Man]], the player must face off against four of his enemies: Doctor Octopus, the Green Goblin, Mysterio, and J. Jonah Jameson. Challenge each villain by activating their mission, then defeat all four of them to activate Clone Chaos multiball.

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''Spider-Man'' is a DigitalPinballTable released in 2013 2010 by Creator/ZenStudios for their ''VideoGame/PinballFX'' and ''VideoGame/ZenPinball'' frameworks. As [[Franchise/SpiderMan Spider-Man]], the player must face off against four of his enemies: Doctor Octopus, the Green Goblin, Mysterio, and J. Jonah Jameson. Challenge each villain by activating their mission, then defeat all four of them to activate Clone Chaos multiball.



* AdaptationalVillainy: J. Jonah Jameson is usually just a nuisance for Spider-Man, but gets elevated to full villainy here.
* AdvancingBossOfDoom: Dr. Octopus, who advances down the playfield and can only be repelled by repeatedly shooting the center ramp.

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* AdaptationalVillainy: J. Jonah Jameson is usually just a nuisance for Spider-Man, but gets elevated to full (albeit minor) villainy here.
* AdvancingBossOfDoom: Dr. Octopus, who advances down the playfield and can only be repelled by repeatedly shooting the center ramp.webslings.



* SpellingBonus: SPIDEY awards an extra ball, while THWIP lights the kickbacks and ball saver.

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* SpellingBonus: SPIDEY awards advances towards an extra ball, while THWIP lights the kickbacks and ball saver.



* WizardMode: "Clone Chaos", which is available after beating each villain at least once. This is a four-ball multiball mode where all targets are lit for maximum points.
* ZeroEffortBoss: J. Jonah Jameson, who is defeated by shooting the right orbit within 25 seconds.

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* WizardMode: "Clone Chaos", which is available after beating each villain at least once. This is After locking 3 balls into the Hideout, a four-ball multiball mode frenzy will activate where all targets are lit for maximum points.
* ZeroEffortBoss: J. Jonah Jameson, who is defeated by shooting the right orbit within 25 10 seconds.


Unlike most other Zen Studio pinball tables, ''Spider-Man'' is not available for some of the ''Zen Pinball'' frameworks due to licensing issues between Creator/MarvelComics and Creator/{{Sony}}. Instead, on those platforms, the table is only available from a dedicated "Marvel Pinball" app, while the Nintendo 3DS Marvel Pinball set replaces it with an original table themed on ComicBook/FantasticFour. Then again, many players consider the table to be one of the easiest ones in Zen's stable, as it is fairly easy to light kickbacks and get extra balls just by repeatedly hitting a few loops.

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Unlike most other Zen Studio pinball tables, ''Spider-Man'' is not available for some of the ''Zen Pinball'' frameworks due to licensing issues between Creator/MarvelComics and Creator/{{Sony}}. Instead, on those platforms, the table is only available from a dedicated "Marvel Pinball" app, while the Nintendo 3DS Marvel Pinball set replaces it with an original table the one themed on ComicBook/FantasticFour. Then again, many players consider the table to be one of the easiest ones in Zen's stable, as it is fairly easy to light kickbacks and get extra balls just by repeatedly hitting a few loops.


Unlike most other Zen Studio pinball tables, ''Spider-Man'' is not available for some of the ''Zen Pinball'' frameworks due to licensing issues between Creator/MarvelComics and Creator/{{Sony}}. Instead, on those platforms, the table is only available from a dedicated "Marvel Pinball" app. Then again, many players consider the table to be one of the easiest ones in Zen's stable, as it is fairly easy to light kickbacks and get extra balls just by repeatedly hitting a few loops.

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Unlike most other Zen Studio pinball tables, ''Spider-Man'' is not available for some of the ''Zen Pinball'' frameworks due to licensing issues between Creator/MarvelComics and Creator/{{Sony}}. Instead, on those platforms, the table is only available from a dedicated "Marvel Pinball" app.app, while the Nintendo 3DS Marvel Pinball set replaces it with an original table themed on ComicBook/FantasticFour. Then again, many players consider the table to be one of the easiest ones in Zen's stable, as it is fairly easy to light kickbacks and get extra balls just by repeatedly hitting a few loops.


''Spider-Man'' is a DigitalPinballTable released in 2013 by Creator/ZenStudios for their ''VideoGame/PinballFX'' and ''VideoGame/ZenPinball'' frameworks. As [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Franchise/SpiderMan Spider-Man]], the player must face off against four of his enemies: Doctor Octopus, the Green Goblin, Mysterio, and J. Jonah Jameson. Challenge each villain by activating their mission, then defeat all four of them to activate Clone Chaos multiball.

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''Spider-Man'' is a DigitalPinballTable released in 2013 by Creator/ZenStudios for their ''VideoGame/PinballFX'' and ''VideoGame/ZenPinball'' frameworks. As [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Franchise/SpiderMan [[Franchise/SpiderMan Spider-Man]], the player must face off against four of his enemies: Doctor Octopus, the Green Goblin, Mysterio, and J. Jonah Jameson. Challenge each villain by activating their mission, then defeat all four of them to activate Clone Chaos multiball.


''Spider-Man'' is a DigitalPinballTable released in 2013 by Creator/ZenStudios for their ''VideoGame/PinballFX'' and ''VideoGame/ZenPinball'' frameworks. As Spider-Man, the player must face off against four of his enemies: Doctor Octopus, the Green Goblin, Mysterio, and J. Jonah Jameson. Challenge each villain by activating their mission, then defeat all four of them to activate Clone Chaos multiball.

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''Spider-Man'' is a DigitalPinballTable released in 2013 by Creator/ZenStudios for their ''VideoGame/PinballFX'' and ''VideoGame/ZenPinball'' frameworks. As Spider-Man, [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Franchise/SpiderMan Spider-Man]], the player must face off against four of his enemies: Doctor Octopus, the Green Goblin, Mysterio, and J. Jonah Jameson. Challenge each villain by activating their mission, then defeat all four of them to activate Clone Chaos multiball.



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* ScrewedByTheLawyers: Can be invoked for players who already own ''VideoGame/ZenPinball'' and have to get ''Marvel Pinball'' just for this table.


Unlike most other Zen Studio pinball tables, ''Spider-Man'' is not available for some of the ''Zen Pinball'' frameworks due to licensing issues between Creator/MarvelComics and SonyPictures. Instead, on those platforms, the table is only available from a dedicated "Marvel Pinball" app. Then again, many players consider the table to be one of the easiest ones in Zen's stable, as it is fairly easy to light kickbacks and get extra balls just by repeatedly hitting a few loops.

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Unlike most other Zen Studio pinball tables, ''Spider-Man'' is not available for some of the ''Zen Pinball'' frameworks due to licensing issues between Creator/MarvelComics and SonyPictures.Creator/{{Sony}}. Instead, on those platforms, the table is only available from a dedicated "Marvel Pinball" app. Then again, many players consider the table to be one of the easiest ones in Zen's stable, as it is fairly easy to light kickbacks and get extra balls just by repeatedly hitting a few loops.

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