Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time Cheats and Codes for PlayStation 4

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Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time Cheats and Codes for PlayStation 4

Summary of Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time

Crash Bandicoot Screenshot
Graphically inspiring Crash Bandicoot character.

Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time is a platform game released in 2020 by Activision. Originally released for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One then soon became available for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5, Windows, and Xbox Series X/S. Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time is the eighth entry of the Crash Bandicoot series and follows Crash and his sister Coco.

Premise of Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time

Crash Gameplay
Crash is up and at em smashing crates as usual.

The main premise of the game is for Crash and Coco to go on a mission to recover the powerful Quantum Masks. To prevent Doctor Neo Cortex and Doctor Nefarious Tropy from taking over the multiverse. This title maintains similar platforming gameplay within the series as a whole and also includes additional game modes for replay levels and the capability to control five characters. Each character has their own unique set of skills and abilities that add to the overall story. The gameplay takes on a third-person perspective with some elements of side-scrolling.

Main Characters

Crash Bandicoot on the ceiling
Crash Bandicoot on the ceiling.

Below is a list of the characters available for players to enjoy in Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time.

  • Crash Bandicoot: Main character of the series
  • Coco Bandicoot: Spirited younger sister of Crash
  • Aku Aku: Spirit of an ancient witch doctor
  • Uka Uka: The original insitgator behind Cortex’s pland in Crash 1 and Crash 2
  • Dr. Neo Cortex: Mad scientists
  • Dr. N. Gin: Former renowned physicist
  • Dingodile: A hybrid creation of Cortex’s Evolve-o-ray.
  • Lani-Loli: A Quantum Mask who gifts Crash and Coco the ability to phase objects in and out of existence
  • Polar: An animal in the series that is not a part of the Evolve-o-ray
  • Fake Coco: Brand new character special for this title
  • Fake Crash: Oddball characters even more dim-witted than Crash

Titles in the Crash Bandicoot Series

Crash on the beach
Coco on the beach.

Crash Bandicoot series has a long and successful history of amazingly fun games.

  • Crash Bandicoot (1996)
  • Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back (1997)
  • Crash Bandicoot: Warped (1998)
  • Crash Bandicoot: The Wrath of Cortex (2001)
  • Crash Twinsanity (2004)
  • Crash of the Titans (2007)
  • Crash: Mind over Mutant (2008)
  • Crash Bandicoot 4: Its About Time (2020)
  • Crash Team Racing (1999)
  • Crash Nitro Kart (2003)
  • Crash Tag Team Racing (2005)
  • Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled (2019)
  • Crash Bash (2000)
  • Crash Boom Bang! (2006)
  • Crash Team Rumble (2023)
  • Crash Bandicoot: The Huge Adventure (2002)
  • Crash Bandicoot 2: N-tranced (2003)
  • Crash Bandicoot Purple: Ripto’s Rampage (2004)
  • Crash Bandicoot Nitro Kart 3D (2008)
  • Crash Bandicoot: Mutant Island (2009)
  • Crash Bandicoot Nitro Kart 2 (2010)
  • Crash Bandicoot: On the Run! (2021)

Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time Cheats

Crash Screenshot
Racing through obstacles.

Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time Triple Spin move

Successfully complete the game to unlock the Triple Spin move. To use the Triple Spin move, press [Attack/Spin] three times in a row while walking forward. You must press it when the spin animation is about to finish. Leave a one second delay between each button press. Do not press the buttons too quickly. Perform the Triple Spin move on an enemy to get the “Showoff” and “Whoa!” trophies.

All colored gem locations

Search the indicated location and/or complete the indicated task to get the corresponding-colored gem. There are a total of four colored gems in Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time.

Red Gem: In the “N. Sanity Peak” level, go past the bonus portal and up towards the door. Before going through the door, there is a map on the right side of the wall. Follow the pointers on the nine platforms to make the red gem spawn. Start at the front-left, and go right, right, up, up, left, left, down, right.

Green Gem: During the hamster cage chase in the “Hit The Road” level, you will escape from the huge machine and reach a checkpoint. In this room, attack the trashcan to the left to make a remote controller appear. Repeatedly spin attack the controller. Each time you hit it, the remote control car will drive closer to the green nitro crate. Keep hitting the controller until the car crashes into the nitro.

Blue Gem: Reach the end of the “Draggin’ On” level without breaking any of the crates. You cannot touch any crates —- even the checkpoints. You can use the bonus room as a sneaky checkpoint halfway through the level.

Yellow Gem: At the beginning of the “Run It Bayou” level, do not get on the watercraft. Instead, slide-jump to the path on the right. Ride the moving platform and reach the four crates on the left. The yellow gem is floating above the four crates. Do not smash them. Use them to jump up above.

All hidden gems locations

Search the indicated locations to find all 76 hidden gems (38 normal hidden gems and 38 N.Verted hidden gems) in Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time. Finding all hidden gems is needed for the 106% ending and unlocks the “King of Bling” and “gnilB fo gniK” trophies. Each level can be played in Normal mode and later in N.Verted mode. There is one hidden gem per level (except boss levels, as those do not contain any).

Finding enough gems per level also unlocks a new character skin. Simply collect the hidden gem crystal and complete the level afterward to make it count. If you die after collecting the gem, it will still be with you and there is no need to collect it again. This video guide goes through all 38 Normal levels first and then the 38 N.Verted levels for a second playthrough. Additionally, this is in the order of the in-game level select. The actual unlock order of the levels is slightly different when you first play through the game.

Easy “Bad Signs” trophy

In the “Home Cookin'” level (Mosquito Marsh), you play as Dingodile. There are five purple bat signs throughout the level. Shoot all five of them to get the “Bad Signs” trophy. Hold R2 to grab some explosive barrels or TNT with your cannon, then release R2 to shoot them at the purple bat signs.

Easy “Channel Surfer ” trophy

At the start of the “Rude Awakening” level, there is a TV. Spin attack the TV a few times to switch through the channels. Each “TV channel” shows a different Crash Bandicoot game. Switch through all channels to get the “Channel Surfer ” trophy.

Easy “Give ‘Em A Broadside!” trophy

In the “Thar He Blows!” level (Salty Wharf), you play as Dingodile. When Dingodile says “You Smell Good Enough To Eat,” there will be two broadside cannons on the right side of the path. Spin attack them to get the “Give ‘Em A Broadside!” trophy.

Easy “Hammer It Home” trophy

Throughout the “Draggin’ On” level (Tranquility Falls), there are four golden bells. Hit all four golden bells to get the “Hammer It Home” trophy. Three of the bells are hanging from the gates you walk through. The final bell is hanging on a wall after you encounter three “cat” enemies with green glowing faces. None of them are hidden — they are all in plain sight on the main path.

Easy “Here Kitty Kitty” trophy

In the “Off Beat” level (Mosquito Marsh), to the immediate right of the second checkpoint crate is a dumpster. Simply spin attack the dumpster a few times to get the “Here Kitty Kitty” trophy.

Easy “Junkyard Jams” trophy

In the “Hit The Road” level (The Hazardous Wastes), there are six barrels throughout the level that make a melody when you attack them. Three are at the very start of the level. The other three are to the left of the bonus path entrance (the “?” platform). Spin attack all of them to get the “Junkyard Jams” trophy.

Easy “Megaphoning It In” trophy

Shortly after the start of the “A Real Grind” level (The Hazardous Wastes), there is a megaphone speaker on the right side. You can hear N. Gin’s voice coming from it. Spin attack the megaphone to destroy it and get the “Megaphoning It In” trophy.

Easy “Silence The Scientist” trophy

Shortly after the start of the “Give It A Spin” level (Tranquility Falls), after you jump over the first TNT crates, you will hear N. Brio talking to you. There is a green test tube with green smoke coming out of it. Destroy it to shut up N. Brio and get the “Silence The Scientist” trophy.

Easy “Tree Droppings” trophy

At the start of the “Off-Balance” level (Tranquility Falls), there is a tree straight in front of where you spawn. Spin attack the tree branches to make berries fall onto your head. The berries will stun you, and you will get the “Tree Droppings” trophy.

Easy “WOAH YEAH!” trophy

At the start of the “A Hole in Space” level (Bermugula’s Orbit), there is a mandatory rail grind section. During this rail grind, you can collect a total of 18 grapes. Collect all 18 for the Bushel of Bumpa to spawn at the end of the rail. Touch it to get the “WOAH YEAH!” trophy.


Successfully complete one of the following tasks to get a trophy:

Master Marsupial (Platinum): Get EVERY trophy.
Closing the Experiment Log (Silver):
Earn ALL of the platinum Flashback Relics.
Faster Than Sound (Silver):
Earn ALL of the platinum Time Trial Relics.
King of Bling (Silver):
Earn ALL of the Clear Gems.
The Whole Picture (Silver):
Complete all Timelines.
A/V Club Founder (Bronze):
Acquire a Flashback Tape.
All Gussied Up (Bronze):
Try on a Skin.
Bad Signs (Bronze): Do some target practice.
Channel Surfer (Bronze):
Spend some time surfin’ the waves.
Faster Than a Tortoise (Bronze):
Earn any Time Trial Relic.
Fleet of Feet (Bronze): Play a game of Checkpoint Race.
Give ‘Em a Broadside! (Bronze): Aim and fire!
Hammer it Home (Bronze):
Make some noise!
Here Kitty Kitty (Bronze):
Scare the cat hiding from a party.
Junkyard Jams (Bronze): Make music in an unlikely place.
Ladies First (Bronze):
Complete a level as Coco.
Like a Rhinestone Bandicoot (Bronze):
Earn half of the Clear Gems.
Megaphoning It In (Bronze):
Shut N. Gin up.
Model Test Subject (Bronze): Earn any Flashback Relic.
N. Vincible (Bronze): Beat a story level without dying.
No, It’s MY Turn (Bronze):
Complete a level with Pass N. Play enabled.
Putting Things in Perspective (Bronze):
Complete any Timeline.
Settle the Score (Bronze):
Play a game of Crate Combo.
Silence the Scientist (Bronze): Shut N. Brio up.
Taking the Side Road (Bronze): Complete a Bonus Path.
Tree Droppings (Bronze): Find the source of the Bumpa Berries.
WOAH YEAH! (Bronze):
Grabbed a bushel of Bumpa.


How many levels are there in Crash Bandicoot 4 Its About Time?

There are many levels in the game including Regular levels: 38, Boss levels: 5, N Verted levels: 21

How many crates are there in Crash Bandicoot?

There are 14 crates on the grind rail and 1 checkpoint crate at the end.

What is the purpose of Wumpa Fruit?

Wumpa Fruit serves two purposes:

  1. Filling the Wumpa Gem meter
  2. Granting an extra life
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