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Star Trek: Starfleet Academy Starship Bridge Simulator is a simulation game released by Interplay in 1994 for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. Sega published a port developed by High Voltage Software for the Sega 32X in 1995. It is similar in some respects to the PC/Mac game Star Trek: Starfleet Academy that was released in 1997.

The Sega 32X version was only released in North America and Brazil.

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Game descriptionEdit

From the SNES back cover
It's high tension at the Klingon Neutral Zone. You must get past the blockade and deliver supplies to the Federation colonists on a planet claimed by the Klingon Empire. One false move could lead to war and even millions of casualties. You reputation at the Academy is at stake.
Star Trek®: Starfleet Academy,™ The Bridge Simulator has over 20 simulated missions in the final frontier. Command five different starships, from science vessels to Constitution-class heavy cruisers on a variety of missions ranging from scientific research.. to diplomacy.. to various encounters with different aliens. Star Trek®: Starfleet Academy,™ The Bridge Simulator puts you on the bridge of Starfleet's finest vessels, in the toughest situations that the Federation can devise.
  • New, high speed 3D polygon graphics
  • Become a Starfleet Academy cadet and work your way towards becoming a Starfleet Captain
  • Over 20 different missions to engage in, including the fabled Kobayashi Maru scenario
  • Pilot one of five different starships including the Klingonbattle cruiser and the RomulanBird-of-Prey
  • Play a Klingon Captain or Romulan commander and take on the Federation's best
  • Go head to head in versus mode!

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