Star Trek: Armada II Crack/Patch

Star Trek: Armada II Takes the concept of its predecessor to it's logical conclusion by allowing the player to experience the game in a full 3D mode, so the battles and elements of space conquest and exploration take on the vividness of the best of Star Trek. With over 45 new ship classes, 22 new special weapons, over 30 new stations, building a devastating armada has been taken to a new level. [Activision]

Download Star Trek: Armada II Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 67 / 100
User rating
8.3
Downloads 956
Genre Strategy, General
Players 1-8
Company / Developer
Activision / Mad Doc Software

Star Trek: Armada II reviews ( 4 )

Helmore, Apr 5, 2012

A great game. Really fun to play. There's a lot of things in the game that you don't see in other RTS games that make it stand out for me. If you like RTS games you'll like Star Trek Armada 2.

Resplendent, Aug 2, 2012

I can't even begin to count all of the hours I've spent playing and replaying this game over the years. It was the first RTS I experienced, and were it not as good as it is, may have turned me off of the genre. While the story isn't anything special, it is executed with care. The way each race's campaign ties together with the story threaded between them is wonderful. While the graphics are certainly dated, the game still holds up fairly well. Voice acting by original Trek actors and overall very fun gameplay make this a must-have for any Trek or even any RTS fan. Still waiting on Armada III, but I sadly I doubt we'll be seeing one.

OzO., Dec 23, 2007

At least you get to do what most of us want... shoot ships with torpedos and phasers ... forget the ground stuff, for that, it's starcraft'ish/age of empire'ish ... not a bad game for $10>$20 bucks if you can still find it...

[Anonymous], May 29, 2002

Making a Star Trek: Armada mod (for the original) would have been more worth the time. The interface is messy and the full 3D gameplay still has some of the problems that made earlier full 3D games like Homeworld suck.