Star Trek: Pinball [PC Game] -- Star Trek: Judgment Rites - Combo Pack [PC Game]

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Item details

Condition
Brand New
Platform
PC
Format
CD
Genre
Pinball
Player Count
Single Player
Sports Sub-Genre
Not Applicable
Country/Region of Manufacture
United States
Game
Star Trek Pinball
Sub-Genre
Not Applicable
Manufacturer Warranty
None
Modification Description
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Brand
Ibterplay
Publisher
Interplay, Inc.
Model
Microsoft Windows

About this item

Developed by: SCi Entertainment Group - Interplay Productions (1998) - 3D Pinball - Rated: Everyone

When you've done everything else you can possibly do with a game license, what's left? If Star Trek Pinball is anything to go by, the last outpost is apparently a pinball sim. This bizarre entry from Interplay (makers of the excellent Starfleet Command and Starfleet Academy) conjures up three 3D pinball tables using graphics and sounds from the original Star Trek series. Two of the games, "To Boldly Go" and "Qapla'" (the latter being the Klingon word for "success," which actually wasn't introduced until the era of Star Trek: The Next Generation), offer solo tables.

The 3D rendering is impressive, with traps and obstacles that would throw most pinball pros for a loop, but it isn't likely to keep amateurs and curious onlookers around for repeat play. The two-player LAN game, "Nemesis," has players (each representing the United Federation of Planets and the Klingons) battling it out side-by-side on an expanded table while trying to keep the ball from falling into the other player's hands.

While the graphics and sound are engaging, Star Trek Pinball falls victim to the same questionable physics that plague many a pinball sim. The keyboard controls, which can't be reconfigured, also add to the frustration. Star Trek Pinball is essentially providing simulations of three pinball tables that never existed, and begins to feel like the result of squeezing something out before the license expires. Die-hard Trek fans will probably not be phased by this title, but its poor gameplay may leave the casual gamer somewhat stunned.

Star Trek: Judgment Rites: Captain's log, star date 6238.4: There is no doubt that you are being watched. By whom and by what type of life form is not determined. Even Spock has not been able to accurately assess this data. The occurrences are just too strange. The tension increases as you beam down to mysterious worlds and encounter strange adversaries in situations that simply defy logic. You are a long way from Starfleet Command, and only you can discover what--or who--is challenging you beyond your wildest nightmares. Or can you?

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