In 1991 the group's shifting to Amiga continued, though there were pretty many people still coding on C64 - the main focus on the Horizon's easterparty and to release a good demo there. In the beginning of the year two more C-64 members joined, namely Xentrix (coder) and Napalm (graphician). At Horizon's easterparty Beyond Force released their first real success in any democompo as the first prize trophy was taken home by TNT. The demo featured lots of parts from Sam, TNT, Gremlin and even two parts from Solomon, which were both finished by Gremlin. The win was secured probably at the moment when Origo Dreamline decided that they wouldn't get their demo finished in time. It has to be admitted that they already in 1991 party had a bit of a blockbuster demo, which would have probably won the compo, but too bad for them that the demo was not released before the following year's easterparty. Later in the year Beyond Force released another demo, this time coded by Gremlin and Xentrix and named Attack of Stubidos. The demo was released at Gathering '91 held by Byterapers, Scoopex Finland and Bloodsuckers in Parikkala, Finland. Due to low standard and few contirubtions at the demo competition the demo took the first prize. At the party Beyond Force released an Amiga demo too which was coded by Boss and finished by Pioneer as Boss wasn't able to arrive at the party. The demo took the 3rd place in the demo competition. Though Beyond Force enjoyd a lot of success in 1991, it was clear that the members were becoming unactive and most of the group had shifted to Amiga.

It took almost six months before Beyond Force released their next demo. This time it was in the Light & Phenomena easterparty held in Alingsas, Sweden. The Partytrap took 2nd place in the democompo after Origo's demo that should've been released the year before. The coders responsible were Gremlin, TNT and Sam. Only two demos were released on C64 that year and the other one was released at Assembly 1992 held in Kauniainen, Finland. It was called 'Oh no, more dots!' and it was coded by Gremlin. The demo was pretty small production and took 2nd place in the demo competition. In the process Xentrix and Napalm had already left the C64 scene and moved to PC-scene. The activities on C64 were becoming pretty rare. By the way, in the Assembly 1992 Beyond Force released an intro for the intro competition coded by Boss and fractal animation done by Hazor. Unfortunately the intro didn't make it into the big screen.

The year of 1993 could be described as the most inactive year Beyond Force has had in C64-scene. Only one demo was released and it featured some old routines Gremlin had done after 1991, only one new routine was included and it was the filled balls part. The demo was named somewhat unoriginally 'Attack of Stubidos 2' and it took part in Assembly 1993 demo competition held in Kerava, Finland. The demo itself took surprisingly good 2nd place after Origo Dreamline's Four Years Demo. At the party Beyond Force clearly was biased on Amiga as Gremlin also released his contribution to Amiga 40k intro competition. The intro made it to the big screen, but had no success in the competition. Also Boss and TNT released a slideshow on Amiga with two versions. The other one supprorted AGA and the other didn't.