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Download Page for Games, Text & Map files
LINKS to other game sites:
- Walkthroughs of most adventure games, including Trek and StarWars.
- A "Chrome Deluxe" Win95 version of StarTrek strategy game written with many different earth languages
is available at Andy III's Home Page.
- Tom Luthman's web page has a new WINBORGWAR game, among others. Tom also made the old DOS BORGWAR game, which was unwinable, as a joke.
- The Authorized Klin Zha Homepage has the klingon board game info.
- Tommy's Toys has a Klin Zha computer game, as well as a version of 3d chess, Martian Jetan, more! Try out the samples! Commercial site. No relation.
- War Encounter Home Page has an excellent version of
trek spaceship[s] in tactical combat with various races. Down or moved? You can also get if from File Planet under game demos/arcade.
- CBM Sofware has several SF games that are
interesting: Starwars & StarTrek and other SF based.
- SW Starship Construction has info about designing your own SW ships.
- V - the computer game has a adventure? game about the show "V". Sometimes hard to get on.
- Cursors has a Dr. Who game/screensaver and other screen savers.
- Dr. Who Outpost has a number of Dr. Who games.
- Sliders RPG has an RPG guide to SLIDERS TV show.
- the Anacreon page has more info on that and other games.
- Kobol - Software has a Battlestar Galactica arcade game, along with themes, fonts, & screensavers.
- STARS! Homepage has an involved shareware strategy game with a Demo. For yet more info check out
- Snacky Pete's Text Adventure Archive
has some Trek & SF text adventures, as well as many more.
- A list of where to connect to MUDs is useful.
- TOS net has a trek MUSH.
- Bajor3DMUCK bajoran MUD game.
- SHAREWARE.COM -- Shareware Selections software source.
- Games Happy Puppy's Front Porch game source.
- SHAREWARE! GAMES! FREEWARE! - JUMBO! software source.
- Star Fleet Battles is a site devoted to the trek spinoff game. A bit hard to get on.
Please do not ask for anything missing from the files [like documentation],
everything I have is here.
For more games and programs check out the GAMES section of my annotated Links webpage at the top.
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- A StarWars Chart showing an estimate of where some planets are.
Since SW is set "long ago, in galaxy far away" i didn't feel it right to use our own galaxy
as a background. Note: If it looks bad, save it to your computer and review it. The Black
background appears transparent on some browsers. July 1999
- An animated preTOS-TNG political & major events history chart, covering from before
The Original Show to the end of The Next Generation series. 236k Animated GIF.
- An animated ST:DS9 political history chart 278k Animated GIF.
I thank for their advice: Timo S. Saloniemi, Sasha Forde, John C. Baker,
Michael Roy Hollihan, Ryan McReynolds, & Robert Brady. June 1999.
- A 1997 trek map I made attempting to show the 3 dimensional
nature of a chart of the alpha/beta quadrants. Later trek episodes have contradicted some
info the map was based on. 1997
- A map of real stars within 22 lightyears of Earth, labeled
with known trek locations. All within Federation space. 22k. June 1999
A Trek Map by Timo S. Saloniemi
For an alternate view of the trek universe in Jan, 2001, here is a big chart, 1452k, by
Timo Saloniemi, who gave me advice on some of my maps. Here are the postulates he used:
"This map is based on the basic assumption that the warp speeds
given in The ST Encyclopedia© are correct. This necessarily
limits the distances between known locations quite a bit -
within a single episode (usually at most 2 weeks), a starship
could travel no more than 50-60 ly at reasonable speeds, and
a runabout would only cross about one or two lightyears.
The map also places real stars in their currently known locations.
See www.stdimension.com for reference. Some of these stars conflict
with the Encyclopedia speed info - for example Deneb and Rigel are
too far away to have been visited in "Encounter at Farpoint" and
"Mudd's Women", respectively. Many explanations have been suggested,
including semistable wormholes of regions of faster warp travel.
Choose your favorite explanation...
Some empires - UFP, Romulans, Klingons, Ferengi, & Cardassians -
are placed according to a galactic map in The DS9 Tech Manual©.
Others are inserted where they best fit travel time info or
real stars mentioned. I have deliberately chosen not to make
two empires touch unless there has been EXPLICIT mention of
a border between them. If it is only stated that two empires
are in contact or conflict, I generally assume it takes place
across unclaimed territory, or across the territory of a
third empire. At Encyclopedia warp speeds, no empire could really
prevent others from trespassing through their fringe areas
Finally, I try to use graphics and partial maps seen in actual
episodes as reference material. Most of these can be found at
the ST Dimension site. For example the shape and location of
the Cardassian empire is based on a map glimpsed in DS9, while
a perspective wall map seen in early TNG and DS9 gives many
additional locations like those of the First Federation or
Naturally, there are minor and major contradictions between
the sources, so this map is just an attempt at a compromise.
Contact me for details."
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