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The Star Trek Guides

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Star_Trek_Guides_4.0.sit (3.52 MB)
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trek_guides.img_.sit (3.06 MB)
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Star_Trek-TNG.img_.sit (294.38 KB)
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For System 6.x - Mac OS 9
This app works with: SheepShaver, Mini vMac

HyperCard stacks by David Landis with lots of information about episodes, movies, and characters of The Original Series (including the animated continuation), The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Voyager, and Enterprise.

Download #1: TOS/TNG/DS9/VOY/ENT v4.0, covering all episodes of the franchise through ENT Season 2, with pre-air information on early S3. (Going by Wayback Machine archives of the author's site, these are the final versions of the stacks.)

Download #2: TNG v2.1 and TOS/DS9/VOY v3.0, covering all episodes up to DS9 mid-S4 and VOY mid-S2.

Download #3: TNG v1.0, covering TNG episodes up to mid-S5.

If the stacks for all of the series are placed in the same folder, you can navigate seamlessly between them via assorted hyperlinks in the text.


Needs HyperCard or HyperCard Player to be executed.

Suffers from slow dissolve transitions and crashes in Basilisk II.


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by eisnerguy1 - 2017, March 20 - 11:49pm

Uploaded Star Trek Guides 4.0 & screenshots from the newer versions. I'm still trying to find the original archive files. Will upload them if I can find them.

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by eisnerguy1 - 2017, March 17 - 7:19pm

I just found the 4.0 versions on an external HD. Will upload them later tonight.

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by vintagegeek - 2014, May 9 - 7:03pm

Just the Best. Ran under Mini vMac full screen on my iMac. Lots of neat behind the scenes info I never found elsewhere.

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by Temporary Joe - 2011, August 15 - 8:57pm

Basilisk runs transitions slowly, at least, my version does.