Coming directly after classic Star Wars games appeared on consoles and PC for May the Fourth, some old Star Trek games are now available on both Steam and Good Old Games. You can pick up each title for only $6 on your platform of choice.
Star Trek: 25th Anniversary – This point and click adventure game released in 1992 for the NES, Amiga, DOS, and Mac OS systems. Humorously, this game implemented a copy-protection system that required the player to use the physical manual to warp to correct zones. Incorrect warps would end in high level face offs against Klingon or Romulan starships.
Star Trek: Judgement Rites – A direct sequel to Star Trek: 25th Anniversary released in 1993, Judgement Rites continues the adventure/flight simulator of the first game.
Star Trek: Starfleet Academy – Released in 1994, Starfleet Academy shifts the focus away from Captain Kirk and the crew of the Enterprise and instead has players go through cadet training, with the end goal to attain the rank of Captain and earn your own ship.