Spider-Man Unlimited made by gameloft is one of those rare delights, which uses a popular license and gives users a new adventure than previous spiderman game franchise.
This game is a narrative led running game, which is split into two parts.
This will feature the Endless mode that lives up to its name, but you may also find the more structured story mode that offers up some reason to run.
You will be brought to some issues, in which issue 1 involves you tackling the Green Goblin while issue 2 pits you against the Vulture
And the others issues will be coming in future updates.
To move spiderman, you simply use swipes of left, right, up, or down and you can mix things up by changing the landscape frequently.
And, you will be slinging webs in order to leap through the sky.
Then, you will be free-falling, while dodging whatever is coming at you.
Boss battles also pop-up, that you need to fling projectiles at them to knock them down.
A leveling-up system will increase to the variety, with the need to reach specific targets before unlocking new levels that will come to the Endless mode useful in grinding out some experience, as well as completing side missions in Story mode.
Later on, you can fuse together newly gained Spider-Man cards to help you along.
On the other side, this game will also present an energy system that slows down your progress if you die too many times and run out of lives.
However, it will not kick in until Level 10, and each life does take 10 minutes to restore.
In conclusion, this game has some issues in recognizing your swipes, often at pivotal moments.
Here, when swiping up to attack, you may find it works 100% accurate.
Positively, this game is a surprisingly well-made endless runner that will be encouraging you to play just a bit longer.