Miles Morales on mobile devices
Spider-Man: Miles Morales Not only proved to have incredible legs for Sony, selling out long after its launch, but the spin-off also inspired a devoted fan community. Now a Spider-Man: Miles Morales player has done everything possible to create and share a mobile version of the Insomniac title.
Kind of like the custom Spider-Man: Miles Morales PS5 controller, this game was initially a passion project for R-User Games and yPER Studios. However, an outpouring of support prompted the developers to release the fan game, with a download link for the mobile title shared in the comments of a recently released trailer. For those looking to play a solid Spider-Man game on the go, this fan game might be worth a download, though it’s unclear how long it will be available.
Although R-User Games makes it clear that their project is a fan game and is in no way associated with Sony or Insomniac Games, that probably won’t be enough to protect it from a takedown or rights strike. author. After all, Nintendo has shown a serious disregard for fan games, ordering a lot of great content to be removed. While Sony may not be as aggressive as Nintendo in this area, the mobile version of Spider-Man: Miles Morales uses the same assets and even the same logo, so it’s hard to imagine staying up for long.
For those who want to try out the fan game, however, the trailer gives a good preview of what it will look like. Players can expect to move through a version of New York just as they would expect to in any other Spider-Man game. As the trailer shows, the animations are pulled straight from the Insomniac games, as are the majority of the 20 costumes players can switch between – although Miles’ hooded costume from Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is a nice addition.
Although swinging is the main activity available to players, some combat challenges of Spider-Man: Miles Morales are also included. In the comments section, many can be seen sharing how much they enjoy playing a Spider-Man game on the go, though there are a few suggestions on how the unofficial mobile port could be improved. While NPCs and a bigger city can be harder to operate, Miles’ voice lines, obstacles, and mini-games seem more viable.
Alongside this fan game bringing Spider-Man: Miles Morales on mobile, an official release of the game is planned on PC. As Nixxes bring the original Marvel’s Spiderman to PC, he stated that Spider-Man: Miles Morales is expected to arrive later on the platform, giving fans a few new places to enjoy the game.
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