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Star Trek: Starship Creator Warp II is a sequel to the computer-based simulation Star Trek: Starship Creator created by Simon and Schuster Interactive, and was released in 2000. Warp II was similar to the original in that the player could create and assign crew to a starship and initiate missions to evaluate their performance. However, there were some slight differences, mainly a rearranged ship line-up, a Klingon B'rel-class, and several new missions and crew members.

In Warp II it is possible to export the created ships and import them in Dominion Wars.


Much like the original, Warp II had a TNG era LCARS format with the same three difficulty levels from which to select, however there were some additions made to the game.

Starship classesEdit

Warp II featured starships from the original game (Sovereign, Defiant, Constitution, Galaxy, Intrepid, and Akira-classes) with just one addition: the Klingon B'rel-class.


The missions were one of the major updates from the original game, featuring 34 scripted missions from which to select. These missions included storylines featured in the various Star Trek series.

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