Star Trek®: Armada II (PC Games, 2001)
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Star Trek: Armada II [PC Game]
Platform: IBM PC Compatible
Publisher: Activision, Inc.
Release Date: November 15, 2001
Developer: Mad Doc Software, LLC
Genre: Strategy
UPC: 047875311435
Media: CD-ROM
Rating: ESRB: E (Everyone)
System Requirements: Microsoft® Windows® 95 / 98 / Me / 2000 / XP I
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Developed by: Mad Doc Software, LLC - Activision (2001) - 3D Real-Time Strategy - Rated: Everyone

Star Trek®: Armada 2 [PC Game] is a computer game published by Activision in 2001, based upon the Star Trek universe. The
game was developed by Mad Doc Software. It is the sequel to Star Trek: Armada. Star Trek: Armada II was released by Activision

In this sequel to Star Trek: Armada, trekkers and strategy gamers lead the Federation, the Klingons, or the Borg in single-player
missions featuring interstellar exploration and fleet combat. Each race has a specific agenda: the Federation needs to eliminate
the Borg from the Delta Quadrant, Klingons act as peacekeepers in the Alpha Quadrant, and the Borg try to maintain their
collective. Multiplayer games add races such as Romulans and Cardassians to the mix. Battles are planned tactically from a
top-down perspective, then played out in real-time 3D.

In Instant Action mode, you select one of six races (including Species 8472), choose the area and resource level, then prepare
battle plans to exterminate all other players. Multiplayer action on the Internet (GameSpy) or a LAN offers players the option of
playing a regular game or engaging in Capture the Flag, Alliances, Collect Latinum, Colonize Planets, Defend Planets, or Assault

Star Trek: Armada II objectives require you to manage unit attacks, repair and re-crew, patrol, scout, search and destroy, guard,
build, or trade. Building requirements include freighters for moving resources, construction, repair, and colony ships, and
combat vessels ranging from a Galaxy-class Federation ship to a Species 8472 battleship. To collect material resources, mining
stations, orbital processing facilities, trading stations, shipyards, research facilities, science stations, and turrets (for protection)
have to be created. Map objects include six types of planets, nebulae, and wormholes, all of which can help or hinder your
Star Trek®: Armada II [PC Game]
Star Trek®: Armada II [PC Game]
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