I'm trying to identify an old Star Trek 'game' that I had for the PC in the late 90's and am really struggling finding any reference to it online, so I was hoping you might help!|
I use the term 'game' as it didn't have a game as such, it was more of a simulator.
It was basically a bridge simulator of all the main ships from the Star Trek universe up 'til that point: Enterprise, Voyager, Defiant etc. It used real photography that you could rotate in 360 degrees (I think) to look all around the ship's spaces. You could move around the spaces in a Myst-style, investigate everything on screen, interact with consoles, go inside turbolifts.
When you 'used' a console, you could press the buttons on the interface. For example, you could go up to the weapons console on a bridge and fire torpedoes / phasers.
It wasn't Bridge Commander or Starship Creator if that's what you're going to suggest. It wasn't really a game at all, more of an interactive digital museum piece. If you know what it is, please tell me!
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