Star Trek: The Next Generation - Birth of the Federation
Windows - 1999
Description of Star Trek: The Next Generation - Birth of the Federation Windows
Here is the video game “Star Trek: The Next Generation - Birth of the Federation”! Released in 1999 on Windows, it's still available and playable with some tinkering. It's a strategy game, set in a managerial, sci-fi / futuristic, turn-based, licensed title and 4x themes.
Comments and reviews
ruthlessferengi 2020-03-21 0 point
get improved version and multiple mods at
Borgdronez 2020-03-07 0 point
Can't even install game. Setup starts and then never opens. Setup is running as a background process. Tried running as an admin and in compatibility mode. Running windows 10 64bit
Bahumbaba 2020-02-12 0 point
This will make it run on Windows 10 1909
Smirk 2019-10-16 0 point
I got it to work with the patch and clicking on the ustrek.exe file. Only issue is that the reaction time to the mouse is painfully slow...
BOTF Fan 2019-10-06 0 point
There are still sites like armadafleetcommand who have mods and tweaks for the game.
JeanLuc 2019-07-13 -1 point
Hi.... I need to know how to run on Android with Exagear....... I have the ISO Extractor, it works with MDF. I used cracked version to make it stop saying "NO CD-ROM FILE FOUND!" I think I did it right....... But to be sure..... How DO you do it?
Klingons4Lyfe 2019-06-10 1 point
So I have the original disk for the game, but it lags like CRAZY on my Windows 10 PC. Any advice as to how to make it work? I haven't really been a PC game guy since the early 2000's so I'm not sure what to do. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Ensign Tom 2018-11-06 1 point
Got it to launch, but as soon as i went into options or start a new game, the game crashes. I installed using daemon tools lite, then update, then copied cracked file and renamed to trek.exe. Messed with compatibility but no go unfortunately, i think ill stick with Distant Worlds w/ Star Trek Mod thanks.
Endy 2018-10-29 0 point
I've tried burning this to an actual disk in Alcohol 120% format, and I tried converting MDF to ISO. It installed fine, but didn't run. I tried running the game using the 1.02 patch, didn't didn't run. Tried using the NOCD crack included. No dice. I've tried running it under both XP SP3 compatibility mode and 98/Me compatibility.
Any clues on how to get this running?
Fictionmate 2018-06-11 -1 point
First of all: I love ancient games, old and a little dusty looking games with outdated graphics but a lot of long term gaming fun.
I wanted to try this one but the game wont start.
I get different feedback after clicking on of three existing exes after extracting and installing (Trek.exe, TREK, ustrek) either I receive "please put the correct cd-rom into the drive" or "mss32.dll is missing, reinstall the game might fix that problem".
Trying to install the patch gets me the feedback to "first install the main game before patching it" - allthough both are in the same folder.
End of the line: I can't play the game.
Any suggestions or help available?
I tried it regularly (win7) as well as in the XP-mode. Results are identical.... :-(((
admin 2018-03-19 -1 point
@peace: MDF / MDS is another format for ISO images. Do some research please.
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