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Title screen.

Star Trek: The Next Generation was a video game released for the Nintendo Entertainment System and Game Boy in September 1993. The release was developed and published by Absolute Entertainment.


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Jean-Luc PicardWilliam RikerDataGeordi La ForgeMiles O'BrienWorf
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Starships and vehiclesEdit

USS Enterprise (Galaxy-class explorer) • USS Monitor (Nebula-class explorer) • D'Kora-class marauderD'Deridex-class warbirdTalarian ship


Planets and moonsEdit

AmanugiAngosiaAltair VIBajorCrystaliaEarthIconiaKataanKriosLysiaMelona IVPenthara IVRigel IIIRisaTarsus IVVulcan

Stars and systemsEdit

40 EridaniAltair VIAmanugi systemAngosia systemBajor-B'hava'elCrystalia systemEpsilon CetiIconian systemKataan systemKrios systemLysian systemMelonaPentharaRigelSolTarsus


Amanugi sectorAngosia sectorAltair sectorBajor sectorCrystalia sectorEarth sectorIconia sectorKataan sectorKrios sectorLysia sectorMelona sectorPenthara sectorRigel sectorRisa sectorTarsus sectorVulcan sector

Races and culturesEdit


Technology and weaponsEdit

androidimpulse enginephaserphoton torpedostarshiptransporterwarp drive

Ranks and titlesEdit

ambassadorcadetcaptainchiefchief engineercommandercommanding officerengineerensignfirst officerlieutenantlieutenant commanderoperations managersecond officersecurity chieftactical officertransporter chief

Other referencesEdit

colonyhumanoidlifeformorbitplanetsectorspacestarstardatestarbasestar systemtechnologywarweapon



The game takes a random course when played, so it does not necessarily follow that the game summarizes real events in the Star Trek universe as catalogued by Memory Beta. One contradiction is the game clock being set to begin on stardate 40000, which would correspond in commonly accepted stardate interpretation to the year 2363, before the actual beginning of Star Trek: The Next Generation.

Passwords for saved game progress were four-letter names of TNG characters and order references.