Star Trek Fleet Command

Star Trek Fleet Command

By Scopely

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2018-11-29
  • Current Version: 8.0.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 554.09 MB
  • Developer: Scopely
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 39,908 Ratings


Welcome to the Final Frontier! 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 -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 -Iconic Star Trek characters, ships and tech - Fierce battles 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 - 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.



  • Great game

    By HVACMAN17
    The game is very addictive, add on’s are expensive
  • Twisted Mistletoe

    By twistedmistletoe
    Fun. Slow to get started but moves along nicely. Some functions you just have to explore because it does not explain it to you. (Like upgrading crew)
  • More p2w nonsense.

    By Disappointed2099
    Grindy and very p2w. Could be fun but isn’t for those reasons.
  • version 8.01 was not ready for production

    By urbanpaul
    I like the STFC game a LOT, but do not download version 8.01. Armadas are introduced along with scores of new bugs! I can’t play the game now because it crashes, literally, every couple of minutes on my 6th gen. iPad. Crashes were rarer in the previous release, happening once or twice a day. This is what happens when you don’t adequately test a release and/or the project schedule slips but the powers that be want to make their release date anyway. #unplayable
  • The more I play, the less I like it.

    By Treesgalore
    All FTP games are traps, some more than others. This one is very bad. You can mess around without spending much, but if you intend to make any progress you will spend a bunch. Then there are the punks that do nothing but attack your ships, and take what you work hours to get. Terrible game. IMHO.
  • Great Fun

    By EZtheHardway
    Good times in the land of make- believe. Trekked only or those interested in what it is we find interesting and fun
  • Loved it at first, but ready to delete...

    By Nonbiri69
    It is a cool enough game that you can really enjoy it at first, and maybe feel OK spending some money in-game. But it gets frustrating and toxic as you progress. At higher levels, upgrading ships or your base takes insane amounts of resources, and that takes MANY hours of mining, or lots of real money, but other players can and do steal that from you. It is pretty difficult, or lucky, to fill up a mining ship without another player killing it and taking what you just spent hours mining, and if you want to hit him back, you lose your peace shield, which opens your base up to attacks and more robbery. Honestly, this game seems geared towards brigands, as that is the only “smart” way to play. You have to get into an active Alliance to help protect you, and focus on PvP to make this game worthwhile at later levels. Not worth investing the time and resources in the first place.
  • Not worth playing

    By jggibson
    If you enjoy being on the hook to respond to this game at any given time of day or night then by all means play. If you enjoy being attack at every turn because you for got to activate shields, some other player wants the mining node you are on, or just because they are way overpowered than you and there is no way you can defend yourself or retaliate then by all means play. This game has been a waste of time, effort, and thankfully only a small amount of money on in app purchases. Walk away now
  • Not for the casual player

    By Jon2485
    I’ve been an obsessive player since January 2019. I’ve done well in the game, but simply cannot compete with the overfunded players. When you can be attacked by a player 10 levels higher with a $15K ship that you can’t even build, you know this game wasn’t designed for you. With that in mind, there are fun elements to the game. It is possible to play free, but the time it takes to gather materials can be months for one upgrade, if you’re not willing to spend. I have spent a fair share ($2,000+), but still am a mid-range player, at best. If you’re looking to compete for free, I recommend playing a different game. If you don’t mind spending a little, or getting your butt kicked by those that spend a lot, then give it a try.
  • Flawed and Predatory

    By phreakinuts
    I accidentally submitted my review for another game under this one. Whoops! If I could give it 0 stars I would. The game does in fact do the things the negative reviews state. My biggest concern for all of the freemium games is that it truly is a pay to win scenario. This is probably one of the worst examples I’ve seen yet. The good. It’s set in the Star Trek universe. You’re an independent looking to make a name for themselves. It sounds great in theory. And when you start it is great. You progress fairly quickly. But that’s the mechanics to get you to the money grab and it’s very deliberate. You spend a majority of the time mining. The resources are heavily dominated by higher level players and yes, it is encouraged to bully as you’ve seen in other posts. You could spend a month gathering resources, only to find someone raided your base and destroyed your miners. And you have literally no alternative other than to spend money, or do it all over again. And while they can’t grab certain resources in a raid, gaining access to those resources can be tricky. It takes an incredibly powerful fleet to attack a base. And so who do you think gets to do that. Alliance raids? Sure, but because of the power associated within the top alliances you’re not going to be able to touch them. So they are in fact free to bully anyone they wish. As an example I’ve invested in this game in both time and money. I’m a fairly decent level, but it takes an incredible amount of specialized mining (ore, gas, and crystal) to level up your ships and your base. At steady pace (daily management), the max I’ve gotten a ship up to is about 160K in power. The heavy hitters have ships that range from 500K - to well over a million in power. They can literally wipe out an entire star system of players with barely a scratch on their ships. So unless you plan to invest over $100 a month in packs to begin to compete. Better to find another place to spend your time and money.