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In the long-run, what we have here is a moderately decent puzzle game, which is using a license in order to generate a few extra sales here and there. It could be the same game with or without the Spider-Man branding, that just adds a potential audience (although it could also lose one too, for people who don't like superhero stuff). Worth checking out, though.
I wholly understand the impetus to make the most of such a recognizable license -- but while playing Spider-Man 3 Puzzle, I was distinctly reminded of one of the first mobile games ever reviewed on IGN Wireless: Fury of the Hulk. The comparison is not one I wanted to make -- a Hulk game starring a giant green fist? And now a match-three puzzle game starring a Spider-Man head? You are better off with EA Mobile's new online edition of Bejeweled, PopCap's Chuzzle, or i-Play's Jewel Quest.