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This is an AntiMicro profile for the Spider-Man 2002 movie PC game for mapping the inputs that the game won't register in an XInput controller to the keyboard & mouse controls.

You can import it into AntiMicro and set it to autorun with the SpiderMan.exe file in AntiMicro's settings.

Specifically, the mappings are as defined below:

Right Stick -> Mouse (default - camera)

LT -> Shift (default - web action & recenter camera)

RT -> Numpad 5 (default - web swing)

The other inputs should be configurable in the game's gamepad settings, except the Left Stick which automatically is set to movement.




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