Star Trek Fleet Command

Star Trek Fleet Command

By Scopely

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2018-11-29
  • Current Version: 8.2.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 533.06 MB
  • Developer: Scopely
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 40,695 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

  • Good for now

    4
    By Mechrover
    I have just started playing and find the game really appealing. I have heard a few things about the game being dominated by high level people who pay for their experience, but so far it is really fun. We will see...
  • Scam - bait and switch

    1
    By Balboa3204
    They brag all over at all the money they make, but the game is bad. Repetitive, unfair and unbalanced. They take the game down and leave players at the mercy of other players during maintenance times. The game crashes constantly. Rewrds, boosts and build ups are fake, nothing works it’s just random like slots in Vegas......Star Trek take the rights back. You made an enemy Scamley
  • Only play if you can pay

    2
    By Jakarta12star
    I’ve been playing this game for about a year and while it can be a great game there is no player accountability for bullying unless it’s verbal. The game is very unequal for players to those who pay and those who don’t. The pvp is terrible for those who don’t pay for better ships. Not all who but ships are bullies but most who buy the higher power ships tend towards bullying others and when they get mad at one person or a person makes a mistake against them they target everyone in the alliance they belong to. Scopely does nothing about it either. The pvp is very one sided unless you can pay.
  • This Is Not A Strategy Game

    1
    By Kyovaer
    This is a pay-to-win game with a smattering of strategy mechanics. You could spend hours deciding which characters would be best suited for which jobs in your ships... Or you can just drop $99 and buy a super-powerful ship with the ability to Max it's stats... Sure, you can THEN play around with the crew to make it even more powerful, but at that point you've already defeated the purpose of playing the game. Because this is a pay-to-win game, Star Trek Fleet Command does everything in its power to slow your progress while offering a limited supply of "speed-ups" for free and an unlimited supply of speed-ups for cold-hard-cash. The in store bundles can't decide what price Latinum, one of the currencies should be, so if you're wanting to spend money make sure you examine every-single-offer to make sure you're getting the biggest bang for your buck, because this game will rip you off if you're not paying attention. It also has a tendency to tempt you to "race to (insert level here)" within a few real-life days in exchange for rewards... But it's impossible to meet said deadline without using speed-ups... Lots and lots of speed-ups... But hey, you can throw money at that too. In my alliance there were more than 20 people who had spend HUNDREDS of dollars in this game, and about five players who had spent THOUSANDS of dollars. Even if it were a deeply satisfying game experience, that's an unreasonable amount of money to spend, and the game does everything in it's power to dig is psychologically hooks into you and gently massage you for more money... At the cost of the gaming experience itself. The main gameplay loop is, go here, blow things up, begin a 36 hour countdown timer, and blow more of the same things up again. Literally, the main way you gain favor with various factions is to murder the other factions... Could you imagine a Star trek show where the protagonist was chewing through hundreds of federation/romulan/Klingon ships every day? No? Because that's stupid, but that's Star Trek Fleet Command in a nutshell. TLDR: Pay To Win + No Depth + Long Timers + Psychologically Manipulative + The Stupidest Possible Diplomatic Relationship Mechanics = A Really Bad Game... It just fools you into thinking it's better than it is, untill it's too late. TLDR for the TLDR: Do-Not-Download.
  • Scopely is taking the pay-to-win model to new heights.

    2
    By Ssf🙌🐶🐶
    You will spend weeks farming up resources only to lose everything without a notification due to poor programming. Toxic monopolies of players who’ve literally spent thousands of USD on their base, will band together in huge alliances and bully every other player in the galaxy and take all of their resources. Scopely gets rewarded from this because the players who repeatedly lose it all will then be time-gated in the game because they have to spend another month farming it up again. Once you get to 24, literally everything costs an absurd amount of ore, gas, and crystal, in addition to the normal resources like parsteel. It takes months to get enough ore to upgrade a single building and the only ppl who can do so in a reasonable time frame are the ones who buy the resources flat out with cash.
  • Need to develop non player mode

    3
    By Peacekeeper Commander
    It is unfortunate though it is an excellent game, a lot of players have made it a shooter game. It appears that some players spend a lot of money to develop high power ships, then go shoot up other players. I would rate the game a five except for this. Your company could develop a non shooter mode, with no problem. You already have in the program restrictions of attacking at lower level ships. Peacekeepers Commander
  • Game is decent. Programmers are basically ferengi though. Only care if you are a pay player.

    3
    By Thomahawk76
    First and foremost it’s a pirate game that just uses the Star Trek name and a couple of vaguely familiar ships. This game has been fun but only because of my alliance. Without the pack behind me it would have been another play a week and delete game. Scopley is just in it for the money. They push raids and attacking people’s bases and ships as a sales gimmick. Even creating raiding events so they can give rewards to the biggest raiders. Scopley changes the rules on people frequently saying that they are leveling the playing field. How letting level 30+ hit a level 20 is level I will never understand. It’s a fun game once you ignore the fact that the name misleads you. You start raiding and pirating as the game was intended. So aside from Scopley being unscrupulous and acting more like ferengi than anything else it has been fun.
  • Pay A LOT to play or don’t bother

    1
    By Mudfoot108
    This game is such a blatant Money-grab it’s not funny. It’s ok when you first start, but it soon becomes obvious that unless you’re willing to pay, and by that I mean thousands of dollars, there is no point in continuing. You will always be at the mercy of players many times stronger than you, and they will decimate you consistently. There is nothing you can do to defend yourself against these players many levels above you, except pay big money like they did. The only alternative to paying is constant defeat by advanced players who shouldn’t even be able to attack you (but they can, and do so regularly). Many people try the paying route - it starts off small, but very quickly their “offers” cost a lot more and give you less benefit. Soon it will cost you $100 to upgrade a single component on your ship, and you’ll need to upgrade 30 or more components just to make the ship usable. To top all that off, don’t think for a second that you spending thousands of your money will get you quality gameplay. The game is incredibly buggy and it’s obvious the developers are pocketing the cash they’re raking in instead of trying to improve the game.
  • Too Cash Needy

    1
    By FLUXFAZE
    Too much like work and not enough like play. Bots rule mining fields, constantly pushing out new players, and Scopely isn’t doing anything about them. Inexorably being sucked into cash blackhole to make good progress, but it’s just not enough fun to make it worth paying real money to keep on playing, if it’s worth playing at all. UPDATE: Played to Ops lvl 20 and decided to stop and uninstall. It’s just too aggravating to be any fun at all.
  • Could be 5 stars

    4
    By dspittler
    It would be better is the micro transactions were less expensive.

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