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Star Trek: Starfleet Command

Star Trek: Starfleet Command is an Windows XP/98/95 science fiction vehicle simulation game set in the Star Trek universe, developed by Interplay Productions, designed by Erik Bethke and published by Interplay Productions in 1999. Star Trek: Starfleet Command was based on a TV series.
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Games developed for older versions of Windows may not run on recent systems. You will probably need a Virtual Machine to run the game.

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  • Dave - 26/09/2018 09:50
    Starfleet Command, and it's sequel Starfleet Command: Empire at War always felt like unfinished games to me. After the blockbuster success of Star Trek 25th Anniversary we gamers were ready to buy anything with Star Trek on the box. However once you figured out how to play, there really wasn't much to do. They tried to take a social card game and turn it into a single player video game. It just didn't work very well. However, the modern MMO "Star Trek Online" borrows heavily from the combat model of this game. The lineage is very obvious. I much enjoyed the MMO as it added a very much needed story arcs.
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