Gameloft brings web-slinging action to BlackBerry 10 with the release of The Amazing Spider-Man

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By Bla1ze on 10 Apr 2013 08:54 pm EDT

Since the launch of the BlackBerry Z10, Gameloft has been busy adding BlackBerry 10 compatibility to their BlackBerry World offerings in addition to adding new titles to the mix. While we're still waiting for The Dark Kinight Rises to appear, they felt some love for The Amazing Spider-Man was due and as such, that title is now available for BlackBerry 10.

If you've not played The Amazing Spider-Man, then you're in for a treat. With over 25 missions to play through, cutting edge-graphics and a pretty decent fighting system, gameplay on The Amazing Spider-Man is pretty epic. Want in on the action? If so, you'll have to set down $4.99 for the download. You can check out the trailer below, if you need to see it in action before laying down the cash.

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Topics: Gameloft Games

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Gameloft brings web-slinging action to BlackBerry 10 with the release of The Amazing Spider-Man


You're absolutely right. Post updated.

The PlayBook one was Total Mayhem HD -

I wouldn't wait too long, Gameloft tends to jack the price up after a day or so, plus it's 6.99 on droid.

I played for about 30 mins so far, lots of fun and runs great :)

not sure about that, but she IS the new CB crush . . . <embarrassed emoticon here>

Signed, Creepy Older Dude, well not creepy until I posted this . . .

You all are funny!

And no one is creepy until they take a photo of me with the shutter sound off.

Posted via Crackberry Z10

The PB one wasn't bad at all. I didn't play it a bunch, so that makes me not wanna get it for the Z10. But you never know, I always seem to get a game.

I sure hope it does come to the PlayBook - maybe I'll fire off an email to GameLoft. The Total Mayhem version had horrific sound problems that were never fixed.

Couldn't agree more. I think I'll wait for it to become available on Playbook. The bigger real estate would be welcomed.

Posted via CB10

Looks soo good. Wish I could find a reason to actually spend money on it though. Ahah.

Posted via CB10

I'm definitely purchasing. I have bought a ton off games and apps just to support BlackBerry development

Posted via CB10

Didn't play it enough on the PlayBook to justify buying it again for the z10. It does look great on the PB and if my 12 year old wants it enough I'll buy it.

Posted via CB10

It's cool that these games are being released, but I don't see the enjoyment of playing games on a phone. Although, to be honest, I haven't really tried, I guess other then angry birds. Do most of you enjoy it, as compared to a real gaming device?

EA develops for BlackBerry too they have some top notch games if they're bringing them over to to bb10.

CB10- BlackBerry Z10

Woaaa! It's 2 $ cheaper than android?!?
I don't get blackberry paying the difference or is game loft in love with us bb users?! Strange thing really...

Posted via CB10

Pretty good game. I've bought games before. Mostly small simple games to occupy myself while I wait for things, nice to have a little story line to come back to when I have a few spare minutes to kill

Posted via CB10

Downloading. Great to see more apps - Games are great yet I need more productivity apps, educational apps - I want to be smarter.

I loved playing this on my PS2 with my son! Hours of fun.

I got it. Its kind of fun, but it does have a rather large drop in frame rate as more buildings get on the screen when you are swinging around.

This reminds of the days I played this on my Xbox. Works great excellent graphics. And Erin is looking sexy!!! Lol

Posted via CB10