Star Trek: Judgment Rites was named #96 overall among the “150 Best Games of All Time” by Computer Gaming World Magazine (15th Anniversary Issue--November 1996).

Contributed by PCGamer77 (3233) on May 03, 2008. -- edit trivia

This floppy disk version truly had a long install process, usually over 90 minutes. This is because the game had to decompress the data after copying from the floppies - a slow process on the 386s and 486s of the day.

Contributed by EddyB43 (3547) on Jun 25, 2004. -- edit trivia

The star map acted as a copy protection scheme. With out the manual, you couldn't navigate to the next mission.

Contributed by Scott Monster (1014) on Oct 19, 2003. -- edit trivia

In the floppy disk version of the game, the Enterprise's computer held a huge library of Star Trek Trivia. You can search if for virtually anything from the original series and get an entry. (including some amusing easter eggs, such as information on the Guardian of Forever being classified) Sadly, for the Talkie CD, this database was lost because of their decision to use Majel Barrett as the computer voice.

Contributed by WizardX (117) on Jul 14, 2003. -- edit trivia

The episode Light and Darkness was written by SF writer Michael A. Stackpole. He has also written a series of books set in the Star Wars universe (about Rogue Squadron among others), and a series of books set in the FASA Battletech universe.

Contributed by Roedie (5252) on Apr 27, 2001. -- edit trivia