Parents' Guide to

Star Trek Timelines

By Paul Semel, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 10+

Intriguing strategy game for franchise fans.

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A fun game of "What if?," this strategy game has different characters from different installments of the titular TV show interacting and battling it out in an engaging strategy simulation. In Star Trek Timelines, the all-powerful Q is once again testing humanity and the rest of the Federation by causing problems in which various time periods from various Star Trek shows are mixed and mashed. Which is why, when not talking to Q, you're engaging in space battles in which, say, the original Enterprise and the ship from Star Trek Discovery might team up to fight Romulan Warbirds from the era of The Next Generation. At other times, you command missions where you, for instance, might send Deep Space Nine's Captain Sisko, Voyager's Seven, and Discovery's Michael Burnham to fight Worf from that alternate dimension where evil people have goatees. All of which might make sticklers cry out that this is illogical! But with deep systems, a good variety of missions and ways to play them, and a fun story you'd never see on TV, Star Trek Timelines is a fun strategy game for fans of this iconic sci-fi saga.

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