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Star Trek: New Worlds (1999)

In 2287, the Romulans, the Klingons and the Federation are fighting over, Tabula Rasa, an unexplored territory rich with natural resources. They accidentally awaken a deadly dormant alien race, the Metar, that lives there.


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New resource-rich planets have been formed on the borders of Federation, Romulan, and Klingon space. The three races have begun colonizing different parts of these planets, sooner or later they run into each other and battle for the fate of these new worlds. Written by Wes Button <Wes1701E@hotmail.com>

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A poor attempt at a strategy game
5 January 2001 | by See all my reviews

With the recent rush of strategy games based on Star Trek it was inevitable that Interplay would make an attempt. Unfortunately it was at best misguided and at worst a complete disaster. The control system is preposterous, movement can only be done with the keyboard and arrow buttons, not the mouse, the controls often don't do what you want to and there are horrible graphical glitches even on my very reliable ATI R128 card. This might have been a decent game, but the above glitches and other games like Armada and Star Fleet Command 2 and even the now budget range Birth Of The Federation just pale it into insignifiacance. If you're a Star Trek fan and you see this game at a low price, by all means buy it. But for normal Real Time Strategy fans and people who have played on Armada and SFC this is a huge let down.

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