Little Spider

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Little Spider Instructions

Little Spider is controlled by using the keyboard and the mouse. Use the arrow keys to move. Click and drag to draw.

Little Spider Walkthrough

Little Spider is a drawing game featuring cute graphics and simple controls. This version of Little Spider only features the first eighteen levels of the game, but these should be enough to keep most players entertained.

The objective of Little Spider is to reach the web on each level. The first levels are straightforward and serve as a tutorial for this drawing game, but later levels are more challenging. You have unlimited lives and there is no penalty for falling from the stage, but if you do so you will have to restart the current level. This drawing game saves your progress at the end of each level, so you can continue from the last level that you completed the next time that you play.

A combination of keyboard and mouse controls are used to control Little Spider. The left and right arrow keys are used to move. Like a real spider, you can move up and down walls and ceilings as well. The mouse is used to draw lines and blocks to move across. Lines and blocks that you draw behave just like the walls and ceilings. If you need to pause the game, you may do so by clicking outside of the Flash applet.

The key to success in Little Spider is to plan out your actions before taking them. There are numerous possible solutions to each level. Ideally, you want to draw as little as possible. Your supply of "ink" is limited (as indicated by the white bar at the bottom of the screen), so use it wisely. If you get stuck, you can always reset the level by clicking the button in the upper-right corner. If you are going for score, you will want to complete levels as quickly as possible. Once you know the solution to a level in this drawing game, you can come back and try to improve your time, and thus your score, later.

Little Spider may not have as much drawing as a drawing game player would like, but it is still a fun way to pass the time. This puzzle game is not "itsy bitsy" on gameplay, and will keep players entertained until its end!