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FlashTrek: Broken Mirror

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May 21, 2005 | 3:54 PM EDT
  • Daily 2nd Place May 22, 2005

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A Star Trek based arcade/strategy game. Select a race, engage in commerce, combat, and exploration, buy and sell ships, weapons and technology, colonize planets and build stations to create an empire (or help another empire grow). Visit vexxiang.com for the full game manual, plug-ins, and updates of any bugs that arise. Special thanks to the dozens of beta testers who have been tirelessly testing this game for nearly a year.

May lag on slower computers. (UPDATED 5/24)

Reviews


SchlongeySchlongey

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

MY FAVORITE GAME EVER

THIS IS BEETTER THAN EMPIRE EARTH AND HALO YOU MAKR THE BEST GAME (execpt that gya romulan wars one) YOUR THE GREASTEST EVERY DAY I VOTE A 5 FOR UOU AND IVE TAKEN YOU UP AROUnd .01 percent YOUR WELCOME


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vex-xiang responds:

Thanks for the support!


crusher23456crusher23456

Rated 4 / 5 stars

could use some improvement, but still a good game.

i honestly LOVED this game. its pretty cool once you get used to it. for all you people who start construction on stations and they disappear, make sure that after you start construction, open the player control bar so the sum for the station is subtracted from your deuranium amount. if that doesn't work, your on your own. but, overall a very nice game. oh, one thing i didnt like, like alot of others said, we need another way to decrease a planets strength besides destroying ships for an hour. it gets REALLY boring. but, good game none-the-less.


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vex-xiang responds:

If you destroy a government's enemy, say, you destroy the Klingons...and you build stations and earn 100+ prestige in that system, and beam down they will crown you their emperor. It will be up to you to determine who the planet's enemies are though :)


FenixRoninFenixRonin

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Pretty good.

This is a pretty good game. I honestly hate Star Trek. I hate it all and if my friend anderson is reading this, I AM THE ANTI TREKI. Now setting that aside, this game as a really good idea. The way the game is excecuted is ok but could be better, also you need to fix the bugs (I bought a ship that keeps changing into other stuff). I recently took a course in computer programing (Java), and I know that debuging is annoying and can take forever but the more debuging you do the more you and everyone else will enjoy your game. Other than that the game is solid gold!!!



TomakTomak

Rated 5 / 5 stars

SWEET... but needs a little more...

like negotations and a little politicking, offering to buy a planet from an empire, (for example Epsilon) for mutual benifit, or have a system leave an empire to join you and depending on the system and its importance if it means defending it, etc. and the ability to effectivly lead a large fleet of ships into battle. and maby the ability to choose the ships that a shipyard will build and have them done automaticly
found a few bugs. obviously the old shipyard bug, ect, found a bug were pirates were running systems and destroying them would lower the systems strength without declaring war (there were 2 cardisian planets and 1 klingon...). also found a bug were i would take all the planets of an empire, in this case cardasia and blender, and the cardasians and domminion ships would still attack my systems. please respond.


vex-xiang responds:

You can! In fact, you can play the political game by determining who their enemies are, eliminating them, and raising your local prestige in their system so they will crown you emperor. There is some limited negotiation involved in trading, where you can negotiate at stations for better deals on trade runs. Usually the price you negotiate is significantly better than their original offer.


bassaaphexbassaaphex

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Ausome

man i love these types of games
thanks for the entertainment for a while
keep it up dude u rule