Super Time Force Walkthrough

Our Super Time Force walkthrough will guide you through the beginning to ending moments of gameplay with strategy tips for this time-warping 2D run-and-gun platformer on the Xbox 360 & Xbox One.

Super Time Force is a frantic, hyper-action videogame filled with total mayhem, total madness and total non-stop shooty-shooty-bam-bam destruction. And yet, it also has super sweet, soothing, perhaps even sublime, moments of sloooow motion to unleash a truly heroic level of dodging, weaving, sniping and precision acrobatics.

Let’s start the Super Time Force walkthrough with a “How To Play” introduction video!

Please note that viewers must be at least 12 to watch, so no harm comes to those with innocent eyes. This game includes: Mild bad language & Non-realistic looking violence towards human characters.

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Super Time Force Walkthrough


In the year 198X, one Dr. Repeatski invents time travel, instantly plunging the world into a chaotic state filled with fire, robot armies, and other assorted bedlam. It’s up to you to guide perhaps the motliest crew of characters in gaming history through different eras to – presumably – undo the mess Dr. Repeatski made.


Super Time Force isn’t what would happen if Braid and Contra had a baby. Super Time Force is what would happen if Braid and Contra had a party! “KOOKABUNGA!”

Key Game Features:

Explore the scientific mysteries of the singleplayer co-op adventure that awaits you in Super Time Force, with this main features video.

The 7 Time Periods Are:

– 1,000,000 BC (Prehistoric time zone with dinosaurs!)
– 9600 BC (Ancient Atlantis time zone)
– 673 (Medieval time zone in the Middle Ages)
– 198X (the time zone you start in)
– 199X (Post-Apocalypse time zone)
– 3072 (Future City time zone)
– Dr. Infinity (After you beat those 6 Worlds a final 7th World becomes available to play!)

World 1: 1980s Levels

Welcome to the Super Time Force walkthrough!

The game’s creator, Capybara’s Kenneth Yeung will be your voice-over commentator showing you around the game’s opening levels that take place in the 1980s.

Tip: When you die, press the “B” button on your Xbox controller to “Time-Out” and rewind time, which can be done up to 30 times per character; with the Xbox 360 maximum per level being 60 active shadows of your past team members, and on Xbox One it can turn into an army of 100’s! This will help you improve your performance, as you’ll combine your firepower with your previous attempts. — It can even save the lives of your team members that fell in battle before you, that is if you kill their enemies before they shot your friends.

[Work-In-Progress: More levels coming as soon as they are available]

While you wait for more levels to be added, watch this hilarious Super Time Force cartoon!

World 7: Dr. Infinity Final Boss Fight

This is the complete Dr. Infinity final boss fight guide through all 3 levels leading up to the boss battle. Added voice-over tips by Maka.

Level 1:

This mission isn’t too hard. You should start you using Shieldy Blockerson’s charged shield to create some safe zones in the level for as long as possible, and then rewind to the beginning of the level. Now use a variety of characters to keep a constant stream of bullets headed towards the red squares on the ship and the main body of the boss.

Level 2:

This level will require you to go as fast as possible in order to avoid the rising flames pushing you upwards in the level. There will also be many red switches that are required to be exploded in order to open a locked door/pathway. For these, I recommend using the charged attack of the female sniper character in order to one-shot these panels.

At the end you’ll need to separate some characters into both the left and right side in order to open up the last door before the flame rises up. Just keep going through, and reference the video if necessary.

Level 3:

Easily one of the hardest boss battles in the game, but still easy as long as you use the proper tactics. Your goal here is to use 1 character for AS LONG AS POSSIBLE and only rewind if you are FORCED to. This will take a long time, but you’ll end up with a large amount of enemies on the screen, and all of them will be actively shooting, taking down the boss’ health faster and faster every time you respawn. During the first phase, you’ll need to shoot the hands, then it will make you shoot the missile launchers. The next phase has two drill arms, then the cockpit, and lastly the cloned flying robots.

I recommend using the red scatter shot character as much as possible here, using the charged attack as much as possible. Repeatski is also extremely useful during the hands and drill sections as his charged laser beam is extremely powerful. Additionally, I recommend using Shieldy Blockerson to create a safe zone in the middle area of the final phase where you can put multiple guys that are safely shooting up without having to worry about dodging bullets. On the final platform, I also recommend having some scatter gun guys sitting in the corners and aiming diagonally into the floating robots in order to destroy them as quickly as possible.

Thanks to Capybara Games, Rev3games & Maka for the walkthrough videos.

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