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The best Star Trek MMORPG on mobile. The best Star Trek Experience since the one in Vegas shut down. Seriously, until someone makes a Star Trek dungeon crawler or top-down tactical game, this is as good a Star Trek mobile game as you will ever get. A little limited in visual frills (I’d love to see the interior of the Romulan ship my crew is moving through!) but that opens up the possibilities of the game. The feeling of command is real because you are choosing the right crew to send on away missions. You are responsible for training and advancing them. I’d like to see real faction events, where not only can you support just one faction, but you can only use crew from one faction. Imagine a true Klingon vs Federation event. But overall, the best mobile Trek game there is, or is likely to be. Graphics are top notch on my iPhone 7 and iPad Pro. I’ve found support (through the website, submitting a ticket) to be great. Some delays when there is heavy traffic. Could do with new episodes though. PLEASE. All in all, the most all encompassing Trek experience you’ll find on mobile.
I m a big fan of Star Trek and this game is just great. I've taken off two stars for two reasons. I'm a beginner and as a beginner the game is daunting with no real explanation of how things are best done. For instance when I get to the start of a ship battle some tips or information comes on the screen but disappears too quickly, so I get the first three words, not very helpful. The other star is because as someone who thinks logically, I know I'm never going to own this game so if I ever spend real money on it, it would have to be for a very good reason and it's not likely, so when I see the characters and boosts available to the players willing to spend it's frustrating. I get it that you have to make money and I'm really glad some people will spend, but it's still frustrating. Because of the fact that I'm a beginner when I entered my first event I was completely under prepared, I still have entered into some of the contests, but good grief I get plastered which is very discouraging. I'm really impressed that these reviews are actually responded to and as a big fan of Star Trek I will keep playing and see where it goes, I also think it should be as enjoyable to a solo player as it can be to a social player- there are plenty of people who like staying solo. Thanks for creating this game and making it available to players like me (with virtually stitched pockets!) :-))
First of all, this game was obviously made by people who grew up watching TOS, for some, or TNG for others, and maybe even Enterprise for some. It's chock full of the bronze-level-hardness sci-fi and semi-plausible plotlines of the TV serieses. There's a lot to love here, as you procure a Borg scout ship and staff it with, say, Kirk, Data and Florist Q (yes, that is a character you can acquire) and boldly go where thousands have gone before. But what's not to love is the absurdly vast number of characters in the game, with an equally absurdly vast array of possible traits and skills, and how often you will run into an objective on an Away mission that is locked to all 50 of your crewmen, except for that ONE level ten 1-star character that you never bothered to train or equip because, well, they're USELESS, except for that one Away mission that prevents you from getting all three stars. And you're going to keep running into that, again and again and again, unless you pony up large stacks of cash. And you're going to get your petunias handed to you in ship-to-ship combat again and again and again by people who have the cash flow to have the top-level ships in each category. I had fun, but I ended up bashing my face against the rocks of low income too much to keep going. It's all about the Benjamins, baby.
The game is okay. You are supposed to collect whichever characters you want, but are limited as to how many you can have unless you spend cash. You'll get offered a whole lot of characters, but can keep less than half. The pricing system is very odd. The only way to have 5 star characters maxed is to spend a silly amount of real money. Very shameless. $4/month will give you daily dilithium. You need dilithium to get characters and equipment you need to advance. The game is a great time waster, but it lacks in being fun and exciting. I was a beta tester for this so I've been playing for 2 years and I'm still waiting for it to get fun. Customer service now takes 1 week to 10 days to respond to issues. I am going to delete this very soon as it no longer holds my interest. They are way too into Discovery. I have buyers remorse wishing I didn't spend all that money trying to get Borg characters that I was never going to be able to get enough of to max out. After 2 years I was able to get a 5 star character up to to 2 stars. There's no way I can hang around for another 3 just to finally be able to use Judge Q. There are characters they released one time and you never saw again - no way to get to 5 stars. This is confirmed by customer service and asking when other Convergence Day Quarks have been released other than the first time for example. Good bye.
I’m a long time fan of Star Trek - when I first downloaded this game (a few days after initial launch) I discovered the paywall and decided I’ll play as a free player only. I didn’t expect much besides collecting some lower grade cards and maybe having some fun as long as it lasted. The “Star Trek” association drew me in. The daily awards give out some good things including a super rare card, in the coming months more additions to the game were introduced allowing people like me (playing free) to slowly collect upper tier (super rare and legendary) cards. Other additions like voyages give one the ability to collect more pieces like chronitons so you can run more missions. There’s a strong player community and forum where players get tips on how to play. Customer support is responsive. I’ve never needed to contact them but depending on your situation I’ve heard they can be great or not so great. It depends. Anyway, if you’re willing to put in the time, you don’t need to spend a penny to build a strong crew. I’ve done it. You just need to have patience.
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Star Trek Timelines has 5 770 user reviews.
Star Trek Timelines has an average rating of 4.5.
The latest version of Star Trek Timelines (7.3.1) was released on Nov 22, 2019.
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EXPLORE THE FINAL FRONTIER
Welcome to Starfleet, Captain! Explore new worlds as you voyage through deep space.
STAR TREK TIMELINES is the ultimate Star Trek™ strategy role-playing game. Set your phasers to stun and join Starfleet on an adventure through space and time to save the galaxy from temporal anomalies. STAR TREK TIMELINES brings together heroes and villains from all of Star Trek history.
mobile game to include ships and characters from the new series, Star Trek: Discovery.
In STAR TREK TIMELINES you take on the role of a Captain, commanding your first starship. Create your ideal team of classic Star Trek characters in this epic sci-fi strategy RPG. Navigate the galaxy by building and upgrading ships, engaging in intense space battles and completing challenging missions. Join a fleet, explore the unknown, and gather your friends to help you take control of the galaxy!
ASSEMBLE YOUR CREW, with hundreds of characters from all the Star Trek worlds including the Original Series, The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Voyager, Enterprise and Discovery. Each character has their own unique skills and abilities. Play as your favorite character: Spock, Picard, Captain Kirk, Data, Worf, Janeway, Burnham and many more to choose from.
COMMAND ICONIC STARSHIPS, including U.S.S. Enterprise, Voyager, and Shenzhou, the Klingon Bird- of-Prey and Sarcophagus ships, or even the Borg Cube - the iconic spacecraft used by the Borg Collective, and many more.
JOIN A FLEET to squadron up with your friends, compete together in weekend events and collaboratively upgrade Starbases for shared bonuses.
ENGAGE YOUR ENEMIES in stunning 3D spaceship battles with exciting PvE play, or in the PvP Battle Arena where you’ll test your crew’s mettle against the best Captains in the galaxy.
EXPLORE THE GALAXY and boldly go where no man has gone before in your quests to complete your missions and build your ranking. Gain influence among a dozen factions, including the Federation, the Maquis, the Dominion, the Mirror Universe Terran Empire, and the secretive Section 31. Resolve conflicts with other factions through diplomacy and be prepared to go to war when words fail.
CLIMB THE LEADERBOARDS and win rare rewards with special-event missions.
STUNNING 3D GRAPHICS bring the 24th century to life in the most immersive and thrilling Star Trek game experience available on smartphones and tablets.
FREQUENT GAME UPDATES provide you with even more Star Trek characters, starships and special events.
STAR TREK TIMELINES © 2019 Disruptor Beam, Inc. STAR TREK ™ & © 2019 CBS Studios Inc. STAR TREK and related marks and logos are trademarks of CBS Studios Inc. All Rights Reserved.
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