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Review

Star Trek™: Fleet Command is a turn-based strategy game developed by Westminster Studio and published by Slitherine. The game is set in the Star Trek™ universe and concentrates on starship battles. The player takes the role of a captain and can customize various aspects of their ships as well as customize their crew. Gameplay Game...

Star Trek™ Fleet Command

  • Greg Burn
  • Jan 17, 2022

Star Trek™: Fleet Command is a turn-based strategy game developed by Westminster Studio and published by Slitherine. The game is set in the Star Trek™ universe and concentrates on starship battles. The player takes the role of a captain and can customize various aspects of their ships as well as customize their crew.

Gameplay

Gameplay consists of two phases, the ship phase and the battle phase. The ship phase allows the player to customize their crew, ships, and their ship’s equipment. In the battle phase, the player navigates their ships to a battle via a map screen. Once in battle, the player issue commands to their ships and fight against a computer opponent. Your starship fleet travels through space, engaging in battle with other starships. The game features 10 different ship classes, each with its own strengths and weaknesses. As well as your ship classes, your fleet can also include starbases to provide defensive cover for your fleet, and research stations to aid in upgrading your starships.

Players start the game by creating a captain and choosing a faction (Klingon Empire, United Federation of Planets, or Romulan Star Empire). The game is divided into three main missions: Patrol, Engage, and Conquer. Each mission includes several battles, in which the player's objective is to destroy all the enemies in the area.

Patrol missions are the easiest, while Conquer missions are the most difficult. The game is set in the Star Trek universe. It has two game modes: classic and crew. The classic game mode is a battle simulator that is more like classic gaming, where the player is in control of the ships, their weapons, and movement. The crew mode is more like a strategy game, where the player commands their crew to do battle.

Graphics

The graphics are a mix of 3D and 2D pixel art. The background graphics are 3D and well-done. The 2D pixel art is well-done and the ships look great. The graphics are well done. The ships look like they would in the Star Trek™ television series. The battles are in 2D, with your fleet of starships in the foreground and your enemies in the background. The graphics in this game are quite realistic, with the exception of the ships. When the player's ship is destroyed, it reveals the interior, which is not very well detailed. The graphics are somewhat cartoony with bright colors. There are many different types of ships. There are many different types of weapons that the player can use.

Replayability

Replayability is high, as there are many options to choose from during ship customization. The player can try different combinations of crew members and equipment.

Conclusion

Overall, Star Trek™ Fleet Command is an online strategy game that combines strategy with tactics. You must assemble a fleet of starships to engage in battle, with the goal of conquering the universe.

Pros:
  • Great replayability due to customization
  • Fun and engaging gameplay
  • Graphics and music are well done
Cons:
  • The game is a turn-based strategy game and does not allow for real-time gameplay
  • There is no way to pause the game
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