Back to the Future The Game Episode 1 walkthrough video guide (PC, Mac)

27 December 2010
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This Back to the Future: The Game – Episode 1 “It’s About Time” walkthrough will guide you through the beginning to ending moments of cutscenes and gameplay for this PC and Mac game that continues the Back to the Future movie trilogy.

Marty McFly and Doc Brown return in a completely new Back to the Future adventure. Six months after the events of the third film. These game episodes were made in collaboration with Bob Gale, the Film Trilogy Co-Creator/Co-Writer.

Marty McFly is just getting re-acquainted with the 1980’s when the DeLorean Time Machine he saw destroyed by a speeding train materializes before him. He finds out that Doc Brown is trapped somewhere in the past and that he must travel back in time to save the Doc’s future. Marty must get aid from a resistant teenage Emmett Brown, or else the space time continuum will forever be unraveled…

Index of Back to the Future The Game Walkthroughs:

  • This Page: Episode 1 It’s About Time Walkthrough
  • New Page: Episode 5 – OUTATIME walkthrough
  • New Page: Episode 4 – Double Visions walkthrough
  • New Page: Episode 3 – Citizen Brown walkthrough
  • New Page: Episode 2 – Get Tannen walkthrough
  • Table of Contents

    Back to the Future Game Walkthrough – Part 1: Intro

    The beginning of the game starts in 1986.

    Back to the Future Game Walkthrough – Part 2: DeLorean

    Einstein has returned from the past or future with the DeLorean. But where’s Doc?

    Back to the Future Game Walkthrough – Part 3: Old Grandma

    After securing Doc’s notebook from Biff’s greedy clutches, Marty is stunned by the sudden arrival of his mentor’s time-traveling DeLorean! Investigating the driverless time machine, Marty discovers a pre-recorded message. Doc’s stuck in 1984.

    Let’s talk to old grandma Miss Strickland about her shoe in your search for Doc’s “whenabouts.”

    Back to the Future Game Walkthrough – Part 4: Hill Volley

    Welcome to Hill Volley circa 1931.

    Back to the Future Game Walkthrough – Part 5: Young Doc

    Let’s talk to young Doc.

    Back to the Future Game Walkthrough – Part 6: Shyshoe

    We really need that rocket drill!

    Back to the Future Game Walkthrough – Part 7: Alcohol is here!

    Looks like the alcohol is here in the Soup Kitchen.

    Since you can’t enter the kitchen door on the left side, go back to the mobster behind the counter and suggest he also add some paprika to the soup. While he’s distracted doing that, walk to the wall to the right with the red pipes and knock on them to make the soup barrels (filled with alcohol) fall/roll next to the other barrels of real soup. After that Edna will walk in to pick up a barrel of soup, and you need to go after her to get the barrel from her that’s actually filled with the alcohol you need to power young Doc’s power drill. You accomplish this by catching up with Edna and telling her the Stay Sober Society is meeting at Emmett’s house, which gives her a charity to give the soup to. Doc won’t be happy, but just tell him otherwise you’ll give his patent to someone else, so he’ll go along with it.

    Back to the Future Game Walkthrough – Part 8: Artie’s Hat

    Doc was a “The Streak”.

    Back to the Future Game Walkthrough – Part 9: Meeting Arthur McFly

    We found Martie’s Grandfather and it is time to… say something!

    Back to the Future Game Walkthrough – Part 10: Doc’s Lab

    The Making of The Power Rocket Drill.

    Back to the Future Game Walkthrough – Part 11: Ending

    This is the last mission in this first episode of Back to the Future: The Game.

    More coming… next year!

    Thanks to Gig for the walkthrough videos.

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