The player is a Starfleet cadet whose father was killed during the Battle of Wolf 359 fought against the Borg 10 years ago. Impish Q shows up and offers him to go back in time to his father's ship during the battle and try to save him.



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Cast overview:
Barry Lynch ...
Nikolai Andropov
Dr. Bennington Biraka (as John Cothran Jr.)
Jeff Allin ...
Murray Rubinstein ...
Dr. Thaddeus Quint
Shoreham (as Juli Donald)


You play a Starfleet officer whose father was killed at Wolf 359 and are upset when Starfleet won't allow you to participate in repelling the current Borg attack. Q steps in and makes you a deal-with-the-devil offer: he will take you back to the Battle of Wolf 359 to prevent your father's death. Written by Jeff Cross <>

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The game has two keyboard commands - "s" for saving and "q" for quiting, but there's also one more crucial command. If at any point of the game the player clicks the left mouse button and holds it, the game should freeze and an icon in the shape of a tricorder should appear. When the player clicks with it on some object or person on screen, information about said object or person will be played (if available for that particular object or person) in the form of a short encyclopedic entry read by Q himself. It's necessary to use this to get info on some more obtuse puzzles. The game can be resumed by clicking the left mouse button twice. See more »


Q: Excuse me, am I mistaken but isn't there a Borg on the Bridge trying to control the ship? What are you going to do...
[hits character on head with the tricorder]
Q: ...scan it to death?
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Awesome and REAL!
20 February 1999 | by (Washington) – See all my reviews

Being a huge fan of John de Lancie, he is what drew me to this game in the first place. All die-hard Star Trek fans will get a kick out of this game, with its clear graphics and interactive plot; it's like starring in your own ST episode. All of the main characters in his game are played by real actors, actors that have been featured on many other shows and in movies, including episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation and Voyager. Except for the fact that once you play and beat the game you'll probably never forget how, ST: BORG comes highly recommended to those gamers and Star Trek fans who are looking for an adventure in realism.

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