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Unlike most other games in this category, it was played without a board. Task Force Games in 1981. Star Fleet Universe, first published by Task Force Games in 1986 and presently by Amarillo Design Bureau, Inc. Starship simulator games create the experience of commanding and operating a starship, and usually allow the player to handle a variety of functions, and to allocate resources such as ship power and systems. SFB players are able to deploy and manage power for a variety of ship weapons and resources.
This is done via an elaborate Energy Allocation mechanism where even partial points of energy can be allocated to a number of different systems. Instead of the Energy Allocation system it uses an innovative tick sheet system, which manages power use for each ship, and also tracks which weapons and systems are in use. The Captain determined the strategy, the Engineer was responsible for power management and allocation to different systems such as weapons and shields, the Helmsman for firing weapons, the Navigator for managing deflector shields, the Communications Officer for damage control and so on. 1971 and ported to many different systems. 1978 was also a groundbreaking game. This game created an impressive starship experience using only text-based commands and graphics. University of California, Santa Cruz.
Written in C for a PDP mainframe, and also available via dialup and later TELNET, MTrek was arguably the first ever game to combine a persistent world, online multiplayer environment with a real-time, true 3-dimensional game engine and versions of the game still have an active player base. This series had a more naval flavor, and depicted a number of ship systems. Several online games have appeared on the Internet. It has spawned several sequels. One sequel was created by Vex Xiang, and multiple others were created by fans. Star Trek-themed simulator breaking new ground.