Starfleet Command Gold Edition
||(Win95/98) (Retail) (STCOMMGEPR)
Does not work on Windows
- Animated violence
The best-selling Star Trek: Starfleet
Command game plus 30 new missions, featuring:
- 3 new Federation missions
- 3 new Klingon missions
- 10 new Hydran missions
- 7 new Gorn missions
- 3 new Romulan missions
Inspired by Star Fleet
Using data from the best-selling strategy board game, Star
Fleet Battles, Starfleet Command puts you in the captain's chair for the most
amazing real-time space combat experience ever created.
Pledge allegiance in the Klingon Empire, the United
Federation of Planets, the Romulan Star Empire, the Hydran Kingdom, the Gorn
Confederation or the Lyran Star Empire.
Experience a 30 year campaign that takes you from Lieutenant
Commander of a Frigate to a Rear Admiral in control of a task force including
Destroyers, Heavy Cruisers, and Dreadnoughts.
Every good tactician knows there's a fine balance
between speed and raw power. Choose from four classes of ships and over 50 3-D
rendered hull designs.
Command over 50 unique campaign missions generated by
the Dynaverse engine, or reenact classic scenarios from the original
Dozens of multifunctional display panels offer instant
access to every critical system: Weapons, Shields, Sensors, Transporters,
Marines, Mines, Engineering, Science, and Energy Management.
Multiple tutorials and technicals will introduce the
controls necessary for you to take command.
Numerous multi-player options include 'Pass the
Tribble' and cooperative Starbase Assault with up to 6 players. Or go
head-to-head via modem/serial cable, direct TCP/IP, IPX or Mplayer.
Starfleet Command is a true starship simulation.
These are monstrous vessels,
equipped with dozens of weapons and systems. Maneuver to keep your target
within the arc of your weapons, but remember that these are massive ships and
you will have to plan ahead. Use transporters, tractor beams, electronic
warfare, marine boarding parties and sensors.
Between campaign missions...
Refit and repair your ships at Starbase. Recruit new
officers or send your trainees back into the officer pool to earn additional
prestige. Spacedock allows you to purchase additional shuttlecraft, marines,
transporter bombs and more.
Command is a team effort.
Multiplayer supports up to 6 players via TCP/IP and IPX
(Internet and LAN) or two players via modem or serial. Each player can control
up to three ships. There are various multiplayer games and missions, both
cooperative and competitive. Gang up on a computer controlled Starbase. Duke it
out in a best two out of three. Or try your hand at a game of Tug of War.
The Dynaverse awaits.
The single-player dynamic campaign presents a fresh series
of missions based on your performance and actions. A unique series of campaign
missions for the Federation, Klingons, Romulans and Lyrans combine to tell the
story of the missing Organians. There are over 100 missions that can be
generated in thousands of different combinations. The galaxy is at war and you
can make a difference.
Space is not completely empty.
Discover uncharted Nebulas,
maneuver through dense asteroid fields and belts or battle at the fringe of a
black hole. Flying close to a sun will test your shields and your ship. The
different types of terrain require commanders to exercise additional caution
You are not alone.
In your missions, you may encounter Orion Pirates attempting
to steal cargo or otherwise cause trouble. Freighter convoys require protection
or plundering Defensive satellites and battle stations orbit planets and moons.
In the cold of space exist monsters of the most unusual kind.
Windows 95/98: Pentium 200Mhz or better without 3D
acceleration, Pentium 166MHz or better with 3D acceleration, DirectX 6.1
(included), 32MB RAM, 250MB of free hard drive space, 4x or faster CD-ROM
drive, DirectX certified sound and video card, 100% Microsoft compatible mouse,
100% Microsoft compatible keyboard. Supports TNT1 or 2, Rage 128, Voodoo 1, 2,3
or compatible D3D supporting video cards. Multi-player supported (up to 6
players) via modem/serial cable, direct TCP/IP, IPX or Mplayer.
Does not work on Windows XP.
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