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Borg cubes make appearances in the ''[[Star Trek: Armada]]'' and ''[[Star Trek: Armada II]]'' games. In the second game, a "fusion cube" and "tactical fusion cube" are seen, and used by those playing as the Borg. The first consists of eight regular cubes connected to each other and is the size of a planetoid, such as [[Pluto]]. The second is composed of 8 tactical cubes connected to each other and is the size of a planet, such as [[Mars]]. Both are designated battleships and hold the assimilator beam device and three "captured" special weapons taken from an enemy race.
 
Borg cubes make appearances in the ''[[Star Trek: Armada]]'' and ''[[Star Trek: Armada II]]'' games. In the second game, a "fusion cube" and "tactical fusion cube" are seen, and used by those playing as the Borg. The first consists of eight regular cubes connected to each other and is the size of a planetoid, such as [[Pluto]]. The second is composed of 8 tactical cubes connected to each other and is the size of a planet, such as [[Mars]]. Both are designated battleships and hold the assimilator beam device and three "captured" special weapons taken from an enemy race.
   
In ''[[Star Trek: Starfleet Command III]]'', Borg cubes are the Borg's battleship-type vessel and the most powerful playable Borg ship.
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In Starfleet Command III, Borg Cubes are the Borg's battleship-type vessel and the most powerful playable Borg ship.
   
 
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