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Star Trek: Klingon

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For System 7.0 - 7.6
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For System 7.0 - 7.6
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For System 7.0 - 7.6
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The program is a hyper-narrative role-playing session which takes place on the Holodeck. The user assumes the role of Pok, a young Klingon. Not only must he complete the Rite of Ascension, he must prove his claim to the title "Suvwl'."

The simulation incorporates all known knowledge of the Klingon culture. Be warned: Full corporal effects are enabled. Conversational Klingon language skills are essential. The Language Lab module must be run prior to beginning the simulation.

In accordance with Klingon culture, action must be taken when required. Correct actions are based on obedience to duty, respect for tradition, and upholding of honor. The user is advised to remember the Klingon adage: "Act and you shall have dinner; think, and you shall be dinner."

Incorrect actions cause the simulation to be restarted from a point prior to the error. Correct actions move the simulation forward. Note that in some situations standing your ground and doing nothing may be the most appropriate choice when none other seems valid.

Completion of the Holodeck experience brings great honor to the user, and for a Klingon, there is no higher praise. Qapla'!

Images have been created in a BIN/CUE format, mostly because of the third disc that contains both data and audio tracks.

See also: Klingon Honor Guard

Architecture: 68k PPC

System Requirements


Veneteaou's picture
by Veneteaou - 2020, May 15 - 10:55am

Spectacular. I own this for Windows, but it has never played nice with Compatibility Mode (even in XP), and it crashes Windows 95/98 emulators.

I'll give it a shot this weekend.

Bolkonskij's picture
by Bolkonskij - 2020, May 14 - 2:17pm

This is just an amazing upload, finally one of the rare titles in Mac gaming is on the Mac Garden. Thumbs up & thanks. This is still the real Star Trek without J.J. Abrams ruining it. Gonna feed it to my Power Mac 8600 / 200 soon Smile