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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 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)



Rated 2.5 / 5 stars May 22, 2005


*...huh?* sorry i was asleep during on this game, so here it is 2/5.

vex-xiang responds:

Funny :)


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars October 18, 2008

To much to memorize.

My memory sucks, so even though I'm sure with all the good reviews you've had that in the long run it's a good game, I can't play it.

I'll still give you a four vote, though.


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars February 11, 2010


An amazingly fun game, however due to glitches it becomes un-enjoyable after a time.
Some glitches include:
1. When you build a starbase they sometimes disappear after you leave the system-along with the cost you paid for it.

2. Sometimes the menus on stations blip though the entire series of ships and or stations only allowing you to purchase the 1st or 2nd choice.

3. I quit playing because I went through a wormhole generator that I did not build and it took me to another system where there were so many ships that it caused the computer to stall. I tried warping away but it just made my ships controls disappear and nothing else happened. When I restarted the game, it took me right back to where I had left off and so I have lost all my progress.

I am extremely agitated since I have been playing it for about a week and a half and have taken over a good chunk of the galaxy for the Klingon Empire, but now its all gone.

This is not really a glitch per-se however taking over planets takes an extremely long time and when the planets strength plunges to the point you can take it over, you first have to warp out of the system and back again in order to claim the planet.

This was a fun game, but a bit tedious and the glitches take away from the experience, and in my case ended it. I will never again waste so much time playing this just to lose all my progress to the glitches.

You are warned.

To the author:
This really is a wonderful game, and I did enjoy it , I hope that someday you may revise it and eliminate the glitches.

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Rated 2.5 / 5 stars July 13, 2007

Great Graphics

But it was WAY too freakin fast and WAY too complicated.


Rated 2 / 5 stars January 24, 2007

Bugs? How about 'unplayable'?

Should be great, and obviously full of cool stuff... but let down by a horribly unforgiving fernicketiness. Also:
* You can't fulfil any of your special trade missions - there is no way to deliver a cargo to the intended destination.
* It is nigh impossible to find ANYONE who will buy whatever you're carrying. You just keep dumping cargoes and watching your cash bleed into space.
* Supposed neutrals just start shooting at you for no reason, right while you're parked among a bunch of other neutrals (don't any of these planets/stations have strategic defence, coast guard, or even traffic control?).
* Documentation is nigh-useless. I went to the FAQs and whatnot, and the only issues addressed seem to be those involving OTHER GAMES.
I wanted to love this game. As it is, I merely... don't hate it.

vex-xiang responds:

Keep an eye on your alert display. If anyone is buying what is in your cargo hold, they will hail you.