Spider-Man vs the Kingpin © 1991 SEGA of America.
The Kingpin has set up a bomb which is set to decimate New York within 24 hours, and has pinned the bomb on Spider-Man. Only the web slinger himself can find the villains the Kingpin's working with such as Dr. Octopus, The Lizard, Hobgoblin, and even Venom, obtain the keys to the Kingpin's bomb as well as clearing his own name (not to mention bringing him to justice.
GAME ID: 1016
Released on October 17, 1991 in the USA.
This game's development is the reason why Sega chose to keep the Spider-Man boss in Revenge of Shinobi.
[JP] "Spider-Man vs. the Kingpin [Model G-4058]"
October 1991 - Joypad N.1 [FR]: 92/100
GAME GENIE CODES:
Partial Invincibility. You can walk thru enemies. Does not protect you from projectiles or the green toxic water in sewers.
Take less damage when hit.
Take much less damage when hit.
Some enemies don't move. Also affects the Lizard, Electro, and Kingpin bosses.
Produced by: E. Ettore Annunziata
Programming: Burt Sloane, Jonathan Miller
Game Design: Christopher Erhardt
Art: Scott Haile, Jo Ellen Reiss, Jennifer Martin, Susan Greene
Music & Sound Effects: Mark Miller, John Karr, David Javelosa
Testing: Richard Fishman, Casey Grimm, Mark Lindstrom, Bert Mauricio, Michael Tyau
Thanks To: David Foley, Clyde Grossman
Sega Master System (1991)
Sega CD (1993) [This port contains animated cutscenes as well as music performed by the band Mr. Big]
Arcade (1991) "Spider-Man vs The Kingpin [Model 610-0239-54]"