Spiderman Venom's Vengeance - Let's play a brick game
The idea behind the brick games is to keep the ball bouncing off the wall and 'in the game' as long as it takes to crush down all the bricks lined up in several rows.
You usually have more than one ball to begin with, and of course you usually earn bonus balls during the play.
At first, the game felt a bit hard. It's tricky to find correct angle at which you need to hit the ball by bouncing it off Spidey's back or arm in order to hit those few bricks left. More than often the ball will just pass by you, ending up in the pool of forever lost balls and leaving you nothing but the hope that you will do better in the next try.
Perfect game for an old arcade coin eater, but not so sure how well it suits the present day average players. If Spider-man's not gonna crawl up the walls, shoot out webs and kick villains' asses, what's the point, what's the use of him?
While the latter might be the subject of personal preferences, it's not hard to predict that games like this really don't have future. Not anymore. Avoiding flash by re-making them in HTML5 won't help either.