Eight missions featuring the original Enterprise and her crew.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Capt. James T. Kirk (voice)
Cmdr. Spock (voice)
Lt. Hikaru Sulu (voice)
Lt. Nyota Uhura (voice)
Trelane (voice)
Catherine Battistone ...
Narrator (voice)
Adm. Cain / Ops / Debug / Fase (voice) (as Melodee M. Spevack)
Adm. Richards / Commander / Curator Breznia (voice) (as Anthony de Longis)
Ken Allen ...
Capt. Luke Rayner (voice)
Steve Bulen ...
Eadric Kamend / Nielson (voice)
Guard #2 / Grinagog / Romulan (voice) (as Johnny Cann)


A series of missions of the Enterprise, under the command of James T. Kirk: a rematch with Ies Breddell, who has a powerful new weapon capable of destroying the Federation; evidence of advanced technology on a stone-age planet; a reunion with the powerful Trelane, this time obsessed with World War I; a distress call from a barren world; Spock's abduction by mysterious forces as the Enterprise explores a dangerous rift in space; and terrorists seizing control of a museum with Kirk, Scotty and Checkov trapped inside. Through it all, a reclusive but advanced alien race is watching and testing the Enterprise, wondering if they should break their long silence and make contact with the Federation. Written by Anonymous

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The 5-year Mission Continues.


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1995 (USA)  »

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William Shatner became very annoyed with the sound engineer correcting his pronunciation of the word "sabotage". A recording of Shatner berating the engineer became a popular bootleg tape. See more »


Captain James T. Kirk: Captain Klarr, we don't want this woman to die any more than you do; not because we want to milk her brain dry, but because she's an important being in her own right. Just as important to the universe as... well, as your companion there. Maybe more so.
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Referenced in Mystery Men (1999) See more »

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cutting edge in 1994
21 February 2001 | by (New Jersey) – See all my reviews

Some great work here considering the age in which it was written! Very nice special effects, story is good, and it was tough to step away from the keyboard. I spent many a night battling through this one. This adventure game was definitely a step above the rest! If my floppies still worked, I'd be playing it today.

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