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Coin-Op : Arcade : Star Trek (1982, Sega)

General Information


A color vector game where you play Captain Kirk! This Star Trek game used voices to create a great battlefield "simulation" program. The screen is divided into three areas: a large, front view (bottom half of the screen), a smaller overhead view (upper right quadrant), and a status screen (upper left quadrant).

This game was released as a great cockpit game which modeled the Captain's chair, a dedicated upright, and a conversion kit for uprights.

Coin-Op Details

Released as a dedicated Sega "Convert-a-cab" game, this game can also be found frequently as an Asteroids conversion. (See Asteroids for weight and measurement information for the conversion.)

Unfortunately this game's vector monitor is prone to breakdown for which there isn't any preventative fixes. Never leave a Star Trek game on unattended as the monitor can catch fire.

The game features a spinner for ship movement (rotate right, left), a phaser fire button, a photon torpedo button, and a warp button. You fly from sector to sector clearing the sector of Klingon ships and attempting to protect your base. Dock at the base to recharge your shields, torpedos, and warp time. After certain sectors you will attempt to kill a probe that lays space mines which can explode and severely damage your ship.

Star Trek also makes use of digitized sounds, and features the voices of Spock and Sulu.

Weights and Measurements:

Type Height Width Depth Weight   Notes
Upright: 73.25" 25.5" 32" 352 lbs.   Dedicated Upright

Disclaimer: These are approximate weights and measurements taken from actual games or the manufacturer's literature. Occasionally games vary.

Technical Information

MAME Virtual Machines:

Year ROM Set Description Manufacturer
1982 startrek Star Trek Sega

NOTE: These are MAME "Virtual Machines." These virtual machines are ROM-specific but contain address space information (memory maps) that may be useful when debugging hardware. There may be descrepancies between MAME's definition of the hardware, and actual hardware. Information is provided for reference only. THERE ARE NO ROMS ANYWHERE ON THIS WEB SITE.

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