Abandonware DOS title

Star Trek V: The Final Frontier

Star Trek V: The Final Frontier is an abandoned vehicle simulation game set in the Star Trek universe developed by Mindscape and released by Mindscape in 1989. Star Trek V: The Final Frontier runs on DOS. Star Trek V: The Final Frontier was based on a movie.
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Star Trek V: The Final Frontier review

Zero Magazine issue 4 (1990) - "The worst thing is the difficulty. It took me ages to get through the wormhole thing and when I did do it, the Enterprise was so smashed up it was naff all use for anything. Perhaps extreme perseverance is what's needed. Despite reservations about the way it's put together. I'm pretty impressed. Star Trek V in visually ace and, if you're prepared to sick with it, entertaining. All it needs is a digitised "psshhqueak" when you enter the bridge, to make it perfect."

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Status: abandonware
Input: keyboard
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