Clash of Heroes dev unveils Super T.I.M.E Force

Stunning side-scroller next from Capybara.

Super T.I.M.E Force is the next effort from Capybara Games, developer of peerless puzzle RPG Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes and iOS pixel art gem Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery.

As should be evident from the trailer below, it's a blisteringly beautiful side-scrolling shoot 'em up.

Its listing on the Independent Games Festival site offers a few details of what to expect:

  • THE YEAR: 198X
  • LOCATION: OUTER-SPACE
  • THE PROBLEM: EVERYTHING'S GONE TO S***
  • THE MISSION: ERASE HISTORY'S DUMB MISTAKES
  • THE GOAL: MAKE THE WORLD A BETTER PLACE FOR YOU AND ME
  • THE TEAM: T.I.M.E (TEMPORAL INEVITABILITY MANIPULATION EXPERTS), AN ELITE SQUAD OF TIME-TRAVELING BADASSES
  • QUALIFICATIONS: MAXIMUM BADASSERY
  • ALSO: THEY HOLD PATENTS ON TIME TRAVEL GEAR THAT NO ONE HAS
  • THE PLAN: JUMP THROUGH TIME AND KILL STUFF THAT NEVER SHOULD'VE HAPPENED
  • FOR INSTANCE: COVERT ALIEN INVASIONS, NAZIS, BOY BANDS, ETC.
  • THE CATCH: ALTERING PRE-EXISTING EVENTS IN SPACE-TIME COULD HAVE DIRE CONSEQUENCES
  • THE CONSEQUENCES: PISSING OFF GOD, TOTAL ANNIHILATION OF ALL MATTER OF EXISTENCE, ACCIDENTALLY DATING YOUR MOTHER
  • PROBABILITY OF SUCCESS: UNCERTAIN
  • THE RISK: WORTH IT
  • WHEN DO THEY START: NOW!

Capy boss Nathan Vella told Eurogamer that it hasn't decided what platforms it'll be on yet, but confirmed "it definitely isn't iOS/mobile".

While it teamed with Ubisoft for Clash of Heroes, it will be self-publishing this time around. Alas, there's no word yet on when it'll be out.

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