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Star Trek: The Neutral Zone is a free, simple deathmatch game where players (and bots, named after characters from the Star Trek series, but unlicensed) choose a ship to destroy others in order to reach the frag limit. There is a variety of ships available with their graphics taken from Star Trek: Bridge Commander and possibly a few of its mods. But apart from the visuals, they do not differ in any way. All of them are armed with phasers and photon torpedoes, with the colour of phasers chosen by the player in the options menu. Occasionally, certain power-ups appear on the map.

Up to two players can play on the same computer, and a TCP/IP multiplayer mode is available.


Star Trek: The Neutral Zone Windows Died already?
Star Trek: The Neutral Zone Windows User menu, where players can change their name, ship, and phaser colour
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Topic # Posts Last Post
Running on newer systems 1 Plokite_Wolf (23411)
Aug 13, 2016



A sequel was planned and was in development, along with a more sophisticated interface and ship motion. It was cancelled in 2008, but an alpha version was released, albeit without the combat aspect.
Plokite_Wolf (23411) added Star Trek: The Neutral Zone (Windows) on Jul 27, 2016