Tag Archives: 1999

This one of the most difficult ones to track down, I found lots of low quality imagery, and most of that was from the French version – I eventually managed to convince someone on Board Game Geek to send me images of the…

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This compilation contains the following: Star Trek: The Next Generation: Birth of the Federation, Star Trek Generations, Star Trek: The Next Generation: Klingon Honor Guard, Star Trek: The Next Generation: A Final Unity

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This was the first one that was a nightmare to get running. Even though it’s on GoG, it requires audio hardware acceleration to be turned off, which isn’t an option on Windows 11. In the end, I had to install Windows 10 on…

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This ship combat game is based on the board game Star Fleet Battles (which licensed designs from Star Trek but is officially not Star Trek). This game has a lot to it. There are six races: Federation, Klingon, Romulans, Gorn, Lyran and Hydran,…

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Birth of the Federation is a turn based 4x strategy game (think of a turn-based Stellaris). You can play as the Federation (although it’s just humans), Klingons, Romulans, Cardassians of Ferrengi. My first attempt ended in tragedy my science ship was lost to…

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This game had a lot of ambition. It licensed all Trek shows, but despite having Kirk, Picard, Sisko and Janeway on the box, is focused entirely on The Original Series. You can play as either the Federation, Klingons, Gorn or Romulans with the…

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Uno Star Trek card game

The popular game Uno where you’re trying to get rid of all your cards. This plays the same as the traditional Uno, but it has four unique wild cards. Mind Meld lets you look at the next player’s hand, Live Long and Prosper…

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The interface of this is the same as the¬†Encyclopaedia. This has information on every episode of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, including background information and the complete script for each episode. There is also a trailer for all episodes. Where to get How…

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The interface of this is the same as the Encyclopaedia. This has information on every episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation, including background information and the complete script for each episode. There is also a trailer for all episodes. Where to get…

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The sequel to Star Trek: The Game Show, this is worse in every possible way. John De Lancie as Q is gone as the host, and we instead have an extremely obnoxious guy that comes off as a bit creepy and very annoying.…

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