Star Trek Fleet Command

Star Trek Fleet Command

By Scopely

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2018-11-29
  • Current Version: 7.3.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 420.02 MB
  • Developer: Scopely
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 29,997 Ratings


Welcome to the Final Frontier! Explore Khan’s Faction space to experience all new Mission content and gameplay! Unlock legendary Star Trek character Khan and his crew of Augments, and for the first time, capture special outposts in Augments space to top leaderboards and earn iconic rewards. You have the conn! Summon your skills in strategy, combat, diplomacy, and leadership to master the dangerous universe of Star Trek Fleet Command. Enter a galaxy on the brink of war as Federation, Klingon, and Romulan forces vie for control of the Alpha and Beta quadrants. Discover an ancient secret that could tip the scales of power forever. As the commander of a starbase on the edge of civilized space, you will recruit iconic officers like James T. Kirk, Spock, and Nero - and build powerful ships including the Enterprise, the Romulan Warbird, and Klingon Bird of Prey. Join millions of players - forge alliances, defeat your enemies, and build an epic fleet to secure, or dominate, the galaxy. Explore strange new worlds, seek out new life and new civilizations, boldly go where no one has gone before! Be prepared to: - Experience epic conflict in a vast, dynamic galaxy - Collect, build, and upgrade iconic ships - Take the conn and control ships in star system and galaxy views - Encounter famous Star Trek™ characters in an epic, galaxy-spanning storyline - Help locals, fight pirates, or negotiate peace in hundreds of unique missions - Recruit famous officers with unique, tactical abilities - Ally yourself with Federation, Klingon, or Romulan forces - Work with and against thousands of other players in real-time - Build, upgrade, and defend your starbase - Discover new technologies, ship upgrades, and resources - Decimate the Romulans, brawl with the Klingons or destroy the Federation; The choice is yours - Create or join powerful player Alliances to dominate star systems and become the most powerful players in the galaxy Key Features: - An open world, strategy MMO - Free to play - Stunning graphics - AR Filters allow you to bring your ship to life! Unlock a new filter with every new ship you build. - Iconic Star Trek™ characters, ships and tech - Fierce battles among the stars with players all over the world - A New, immersive Star Trek™ story in the Kelvin Timeline - Become the leader or member of a mighty alliance - Explore the Star Trek Kelvin Timeline - Multiple language options Download Star Trek Fleet Command today and join millions all over the world. © 2018 Scopely, Inc. All rights reserved. TM & © 2018 CBS Studios Inc. © 2018 Paramount Pictures Corp. STAR TREK™ and related marks and logos are trademarks of CBS Studios Inc. All Rights Reserved.



  • Star Trek pay to play

    By Dristal
    Fair graphics and storyline make think your getting into something good. Developer have a lot of integration issues. Very slow game progress. Much time lost for ship repairs, travel to destinations, upgrades. Game gives minimal bonuses to keep you busy while you are waiting. Tasks have some interesting challenges to gain credits. There are side challenges that not part the regular task program. Most game play can be done by a ten year old, no real skill level, very repetitive. Other problems glitchy award screen that won't update credit. Problems with site connection kicking you out every half hour or so. Multiple ship attacks on a single task assignment will not decrease damage after first ship attacks so second ship is facing non-damaged ship. This is unlike attacking a player or hostile that sums up damage. Update: I'm at level 17. It has really turned into a pay-to-play game, because you can no longer efficiently process the type of minerals in meaningful quantities to update and advance your ships. They do happily refer you to their store to purchase them. I will work the game a little further and report. Update: At level 19, mind numbing, boring routine, little challenge, little progress, constant server drops from their site. To much time for so little reward. I am pulling the plug on this brain dead game. Good luck to you all.
  • Avoid unless you plan to f2p

    By SilentVendetta
    Game breaking bugs allow other players to steal resources purchased with real money (e.g. base shield bug) even though player took all necessary precautions. No recourse from developer other than “thank you for your patience.” In addition, some paid-for features (Prime Research) no longer provide benefits due another bug. Spend your money elsewhere unless you are searching for heartache.
  • Fundamental problems

    By pretzelman5
    Reading some of the other reviews echoes my experience. Without paying, you are basically capped at lvl 19. The missions you are capable of completing very quickly run out. The culture among a lot of the players can also make it unplayable. It’s being overrun by credit card warriors who blast away everyone, making it impossible to progress, which is a slow process even without PvP issues. The game has a wonderful concept but terrible execution. I just uninstalled...going to try Star Wars Galaxy of Heroes per another person’s suggestion.

    This starts entertaining. However, I came to this game to command a recognizable Star Fleet, Romulin, or Klingon vessel; not a Talla class battleship I hadn’t heard of until this game. I suppose I could spend hundreds of dollars and unlock all the ships I want, but that isn’t a guarantee either, because as soon as you pay for increased resources you get attacked and lose almost all that you paid for. I deleted this game from all my device after a month of play. I even gave in and bought additional resources with one of two out comes always happening. They never showed up in game play after I purchased them or some other player attacked my station and took them. This is simply a bully game and all fun leaves to the point where you can’t do any missions because all you have collected will be taken and you can’t amass enough to advance. I don’t recall anyone in Star Trek spending so much time mining! Yet it’s central to advancing in this game. It’s simply ridiculous and just a trick to get us to pay for resources instead of getting them in game. Overall the game isn’t fair; to put it bluntly. The experience is a kin to the Little Orphan Annie decoder ring in a Christmas Story. Excitement at first then disappointment. WHATEVER YOU DO DON’T GET THIS GAME!
  • Pretty good, but too grindy

    By MikeWick
    First off, I do like this game. Secondly, PLEASE ADD SPELL CHECK SUPPORT AND VERTICAL KEYBOARD SUPPORT FOR TYPING. This game is a little grindy, especially for special ships. Overall it’s good though.
  • Disappointed

    By Xerex55
    Finally gave up on this game. Terrible development and bugs all through the game. Poor customer service with little regard to finding resolutions to problems. They are more concerned about making money than quality of game play even when you do spend. So many reviews stated this but took me longer to realize the trap. Goodbye. Was fun but early on but what a waste of time and money.
  • Free to start Pay 2 Play Glitches and Poor Support

    By Legionnare12345
    The game starts great but unless you are willing to spend HUNDREDS of dollars to get going and at least $99.00 a month you will always be food for people that do. Glitches cause the game to restart frequently and the shields that you can deploy around your base to protect your resources occasionally don’t work. Customer service’s response is to affirm the issues, say they are working on them...and then tell you there is nothing more they can do for you. Other than the issues stated above the game is awesome!
  • Preying on nostalgia

    By tallrad
    Without the Star Trek label this game would probably be abandoned by now. It’s basically space mining for middle aged folks with lots of disposable income. The PVP, if you want to call it that, is basically a 1 card throwdown. My card is more powerful than yours, boom, you’re dead, have a nice day. No skill involved. Then there is the endless hours of mining waiting for someone to blow you up. I hope this is a low point for the industry, it has really turned me off to mobile games. I have turned back to older PC games, it’s so amazing what they built not so many years ago before greed ruined the entire field. Don’t get me wrong. I am not against paying to play. But I also consider “value” and “fairness”. I myself spent about 360 here, more than a whole collection of games on PC or Consoles, any normal MMO that would get me the game plus years of subscription. That’s almost nothing compared to some others I know have spent, I know somebody who spent 10x that and even he was still small fry compare to the whales out there. There is not 360 worth of game here, so no value. The advantages you get set you so far ahead of any non-payor it isn’t funny, so no fairness.
  • Great to start

    By fffhhdgjrrg
    This game was awesome in the beginning but has quickly reached a level of greed for money that takes the fun out of it. If you pay tons of money for their packs you can get to a point where you won’t be blasted out of space by over matched players. They have gotten to the point where unless you spend hundreds of dollars on purchases you don’t stand a chance in base raids, pvp, or events. The alliances that spend money are being catered to and it is destroying the game for everyone. The Sheer volume of bugs and glitches that they allow to remain in the game is terrible. There is no guarantee that when you put a shield up it will be there when you get back a 24 hour shield my last 24 hours or it might last two depending on if one of their glitches caused it to drop without you actually being in the game doing anything.
  • Decent. Marred by the “free to play” tag.

    By DBMcA
    I have a difficult time understanding why games such as this are marketed as “free to play.” I understand that it costs money to develop the game and it costs money to keep the servers up. Why advertise the game as FTP when the developers are obviously going to be asking for money from at least a subset of the gamers who like the game? It seems to me that just leads to poor reviews from people who refuse to pay anything and are frustrated that they can’t progress as far in the game as those who buy ships or packs. Overall, despite the frustrations I sometimes feel with the glitches in the game (which are slowly getting better), I find the game interesting and engaging, if a little intense on the grind. I’m enjoying it.