Activision has flown a new demo for Spider-Man: Friend or Foe into the Xbox Live web.
It's wrapped up in about 432MB of web, and features cartoon violence and friendship themes.
The demo will let you play as arachnid man himself, on your own or in co-operative mode with one of the baddies-turned-good Green Goblin or Venom.
You'll be able to try out a boss dust-up, too, against old Doctor Octopus, and eventually unlock a sidekick cheat code for your efforts - that you can use in the full game.
Spider-Man: Friend or Foe is being created for PS2, 360 and Wii by Next Level Games - the same brain responsible for the rather good Mario Strikers Charged on Wii.
There's also a PC offering from Beenox, as well as DS and PSP offerings from Artificial Mind & Movement - Activision's dream-team-port-squad.
Spider-Man: Friend or Foe is due out across all platforms on 12th October. Look for our thoughts nearer the time.