Spiderman: Photo Hunt is a fun photography-based skill game and computer mouse clicking activity for kids where you have to try and capture a photo of Spiderman as he swings through the city. You play the role of a photographer who has been hired by the Daily Bugle to get a photo for the front page, and you get tipped off as to the general area that the superhero has been spotted. You must keep an Eagle Eye out for him, and try to capture a photo of him in a super-cool action pose. It not as easy as it sounds, as Spiderman is never in the same place for more than a split second.
This fun snapshot challenge will really test your hand and eye coordination skills and quick reactions as you have to click that camera as fast as humanly possible. This game is perfect for young kids who dream of being involved in photography when they get older. Relish the pressure to capture the perfect photo of this evasive skyline flyer! Are you up to the task Happy Snapper? Only one way to find out! Good luck out there!
How to Play: The Daily Bugle has hired you to take some amazing action photos of Spiderman swinging through the air. They know of 3 different locations around the city that he is sure to appear. You have to go to each location and try to catch him in the act of a super-cool acrobatic movement for the front page picture. In each location, you have 5 chances to capture the picture – i.e. you have 5 photos opportunities in your camera reel.
Once you arrive at the location, patiently wait for Spiderman to appear. When he does, move your computer mouse to fix your target on him, and Left Click to take the picture. After you have taken your 5 shots, you have to choose the best one to submit to your portfolio. At the end of the three photo shoots, you have to pick the very best one to send to the Bugle. If the Editor likes it – your photo will be on the front page of the local newspaper! If he doesn’t like it, you have to go out there again to try and get a better shot!