Star Trek Fleet Command

Star Trek Fleet Command

By Scopely

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2018-11-29
  • Current Version: 7.6.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 425.85 MB
  • Developer: Scopely
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 35,997 Ratings

Description

Welcome to the Final Frontier! You have the conn! Summon your skills in strategy, combat, diplomacy, and leadership to master the dangerous universe of Star Trek Fleet Command. Enter a galaxy on the brink of war as Federation, Klingon, and Romulan forces vie for control of the Alpha and Beta quadrants. Discover an ancient secret that could tip the scales of power forever. As the commander of a starbase on the edge of civilized space, you will recruit iconic officers like James T. Kirk, Spock, and Nero -- and build powerful ships including the Enterprise, the Romulan Warbird, and Klingon Bird of Prey. Join Millions of players -- forge alliances, defeat your enemies, and build an epic fleet to secure, or dominate, the galaxy. Explore strange new worlds, seek out new life and new civilizations, boldly go where no one has gone before! Be prepared to: -Experience epic conflict in a vast, dynamic galaxy -Collect, build, and upgrade iconic ships -Take the conn and control ships in star system and galaxy views -Encounter famous Star Trek characters in an epic, galaxy-spanning storyline -Help locals, fight pirates, or negotiate peace in hundreds of unique missions -Recruit famous officers with unique, tactical abilities -Ally yourself with Federation, Klingon, or Romulan forces -Work with and against thousands of other players in real-time -Build, upgrade, and defend your starbase -Discover new technologies, ship upgrades, and resources -Create or join powerful player Alliances to dominate star systems and become the most powerful players in the galaxy Key Features: -An open world, strategy MMO - Free to play - Stunning graphics -Iconic Star Trek characters, ships and tech - Fierce battles with players all over the world - A new, immersive Star Trek story in the Kelvin Timeline - Become the leader or member of a mighty Alliance - Multiple language options Download Star Trek - Fleet Command today and join Millions all over the world. © 2018 Scopely, Inc. All rights reserved. TM & © 2018 CBS Studios Inc. © 2018 Paramount Pictures Corp. STAR TREK and related marks and logos are trademarks of CBS Studios Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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Reviews

  • Great Game!

    5
    By HunterKiller1990
    first of all I would like to thank the developers for making such a beautiful strategic game but I do not recommend this game to everyone since it’s a $ hungry.
  • Good concept-poor support.

    2
    By AswarChampion
    Game is full of glitches. Have had multiple items go missing or game not work as it is supposed to. Contacting customer service is a waste of time. They ask for a screenshot of what is missing- how you are you supposed to take a picture of something that is not there?
  • Not a free to play game

    1
    By 1e2d3w4i5n
    This game is not free to play, it has no real progression without pay large amounts of money, they also miss lead their in game offers with false promises
  • Boredom in space

    1
    By Pafabpt
    The themes are: 1. do missions and events that you can’t complete, unless you spend money (you know like buying something in a game that doesn’t really exist) 2. Get pummeled by thugs who attack smaller players thinking that they “own” some piece of space, 3. join alliance for protection but then turns out to be so into this game that they draft documents, ally with other factions, and wind up creating a subset of rules that literally takes all the fun out of exploring and trying to do missions. Not to mention that requires your constant vigilance. If you enjoy being frustrated as a casual game player, you know because you actually have a real life, steer clear of this quagmire of miscreants who just want to control and destroy, egged on by developers who want your money.
  • Worse Star Trek game ever! And that’s saying something!

    1
    By UD_007
    I would give this game no stars but Apple will not allow it. P2W at its worst. I quit the game as you cannot advance without paying. The price for in-game purchases is crazy expensive. The game is an Internet trolls paradise. People will pay big money to advance their ships so they can attack you and “warp” away or destroy your station for fun. I will never forgive CBS, Paramount or J.J. Abrams for allowing Scopely for using Star Trek and their fans this way. I cannot believe this game is for ages four and up, I’ve seen unbelievably racist, hateful and obscene discussions on the games public chat and I am by no means a prude. This game embodies the opposite of everything Star Trek was hoping humanity would become.
  • Love it, but needs work.

    4
    By Spike35540
    I’ve always loved Star Trek, and when I learned of this game I was a little exited. I had expected to lose interest after a few hours of playing, but this game has proven me wrong. It has its problems, like missions being overly difficult or glitchy because you’ve completed the objective before the mission was assigned, and resource mining being an issue early-game with higher ranked players gunning you down for your spot, but overall it’s a pretty good game. I’d recommend it to any Star Trek or general science fiction fan.
  • A great game (at certain levels)

    4
    By Peacepipe01
    Fantastic game for trekkies! But. . . Progression is rather flat. Everyone has to follow the same game path during play. It’s not a game stopper, just annoying. Even though it is initially a free game you will have to buy some stuff at Operations level 10 to stay current with the players that like to BPH (Broke-Player Hunt). Otherwise, you’ll be rebuilding your ship constantly and not accomplishing anything. It isn’t a lot of money but it does cut down on game frustration. You don’t have to make a purchase but they don’t make these games for the heck of it. Eventually, you should pay them something. (I spent $35.00 I couldn’t afford the first day, so . . . 😔) Ship building is linear, but once again you’ll find this not a game stopper. It just cuts down on the expected fun. Finding star systems that you’ve been to before is difficult unless you have a great memory and a sense of direction. The game is buggy but simply cut the game off and then on and you should be fine. At four stars, you can tell I was a trekkie. The game is fun and fun is . . . uh . . . fun. Play it please!
  • Poor engineering and even poorer implementation

    1
    By Ad-ageddon!!!
    This game suffers from downright bad engineering, dismal customer service, and piss-poor implementation. Ignoring the fact that this is a straight pay-to-win game, it is very apparent that Scopely has no idea to run a multiplayer online game. Bad engineering leads to game crashes, lag, game features that have to be turned off by the publisher, features that players pay for not working, quest failures and more. Their customer service is of the “did you turn it off and on? Try again.” Their customer support team cannot actually help you, as the engineers have ruined the system. Most of the time you are just told, “This is an issue we know about and are working on”, but the issue never gets resolved. Compounding this is Scopely’s rotten implementation. Their ads show huge ship battles, which are impossible within the game. Quests are given which cannot be finished without spending thousands of dollars as the foes are 5-10 times more powerful, or in places you cannot travel to without spending said money on upgrades. Events are run causing every player on the server to be in the same space, crashing the system/server. There is also no way to team up on more powerful/higher level players, giving lower level players nothing to do but get bullied, robbed, and abused. Even if you are willing to suffer through this, the worst is that this isn’t Star Trek. There are no ideals here. There is no grand space opera, no clash of empires between the Federation, Klingons and Romulans. The game is mostly mining resources. Most player conflict is over use of mining nodes, not in preserving a culture. There is no war, just squabbles over mine ownership. But the icing on the cake is that there is no way to invite your friends from outside the game to play with you. Server assignment is random; there is no way to invite your friends to your server, even is your server isn’t locked. So even if you like the game, you would never invite your friends to play, as they most likely would be on a different server. Throw in abusive player behavior, misogyny, rude and racist language/player names, and you have a failure of an opportunity.
  • Ships

    3
    By theonlytruegoddess
    Need to get ships faster. Can’t spend every second every day just to get bigger better ships
  • MONEY PIT... and/or nonexistent progression.

    1
    By jozment
    Listen, I actually really enjoyed this game’s visuals and the fact that it seems huge... however, once you break it down to the complete context, it’s the same thing over and over again. It’s extremely slow to progress if you pay nothing, and still very slow to progress if you spend HUNDREDS. Much of the mission play is cut off until you’ve progressed (to a point I never reached) or you are stuck doing the same thing over and over again to get one piece of the puzzle progressed. Customer service provided no answers to simple questions, responding “you’ll just have to find out.” This is a waste of time and the in game purchase items are not worth the price, AT ALL... I requested a refund, and now have learned that Apple does not provide a refund for in app purchases, I assume unless the product wasn’t provided. 1 day or 30 days, doesn’t matter if you are dissatisfied with the product... Learn from me, find another place to spend your time, and certainly don’t waste your money.

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