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Star Trek Series

A full overview of all adventure games released in the Star Trek Series. These can be episodes, remakes/remasters or sequels, created by either one or several companies. As long as the IP is used, we'd quantify this as part of a 'series'.

Developed by Dramatic Labs

Star Trek: Resurgence (2023)

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Resurgence stars First Officer Jara Rydek and Engineering Crewperson Carter Diaz as they are stationed on the U.S.S. Resolute. The two must dig deep to unravel a sinister mystery involving two alien civilizations on the brink of war.

Developed by Stormfront Studios - stormfront_studios

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Harbinger (1995)

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You are a Tirrion envoy of the elite Federation Diplomatic Corps. Joining forces with the crew of Deep Space Nine, you battle deadly unmanned drones as you track down a murderer on the space station and match strategies with mysterious aliens. All in a struggle to save a Gamma Quadrant race from annihilation and prevent the Space Station from suffering the same fate.

Developed by Spectrum Holobyte

Star Trek: The Next Generation - A Final Unity (1995)

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The crew is all here: Riker, Worf, Data, Troi, and of course Captain Picard. You hear Riker report that a ship is speeding through the forbidden Neutral Zone. Data announces it is a Garidian vessel. Troi explains Garidians may be on friendly terms with the Romulans. Captain Picard orders an intercept. And suddenly you are there, too, on an epic intergalactive adventure that will take you from the outposts of Federation space, through treacherous shields-up confrontations, and into the uncharted dangers of a massive nebula. Now you're in command of the Starship Enterprise.

Developed by TRANS Fiction Systems

Star Trek: The Promethean Prophecy (1986)

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Shortly after beaming down to the desolate surface of Prometheus Four to search for food, we were observed by an alien humanoid previously thought to be mythological. Our only hope is to somehow make contact with the inhabitants of this planet and gain access to their food supply

Developed by Micromosaics

Star Trek: The Kobayashi Alternative (1985)

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Critical scan: Desertlike planet, little water, no large mountain ranges. Large pale blue stretches of sand with no signs of industrial civilization.
Sensors: Life form readings are positive.

Developed by Simon & Schuster Interactive

Star Trek: Borg (1996)

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You are Cadet Qaylan Furlong. Your father was killed by the Borg in the battle of Wolf 359. Now, ten years later, the Borg are attacking again, and Starfleet won’t allow you to stay aboard the Starship Cheyenne to avenge your father’s death.

But Q will. He’ll do better than that, in fact. He will take you back in time ten years and put you on the same ship as your father to give you a chance to save him… and the entire Federation.

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Evidence of a new and unknown civilization has been found. The ultimate goal for your starship and crew is to avoid Klingon suspicion and make First Contact.

Developed by Presto Studios

Star Trek: Hidden Evil (1999)

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The Son'a and the Ba'ku now live in peace on the planet, and a Starfleet outpost has been set up to monitor the situation. Son'a construction uncovers ancient ruins and the U. S. S. Enterprise-E is sent to investigate.

Developed by Interplay

Star Trek: Judgment Rites (1993)

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Captain’s log, stardate 6238.4. There is no doubt that you’re being watched. By whom and by what type of life form is not determined. Even Spock has not been able to accurately assess this data. The occurrences are just too strange.

Star Trek: 25th Anniversary (1992)

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Captain Kirk and Spock will talk you through the ultimate warp-speed space odyssey. So strap yourself securely in your seat.

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