Gameforge Announces Free-to-Play Star Trek: Infinite Space

Posted Tue, Sep 28, 2010 by Martuk

We found out some time ago that Gameforge had signed a licensing agreement to publish a casual free-to-play browser-based game based on the Star Trek franchise. Today publisher Gameforge revealed more details about the project and announced that it will be developed by independent German developer keen games. Star Trek: Infinite Space will be set in the Deep Space Nine timeline, but Trek fans will also be happy to know that Denise Okuda and Michael Okuda will also be serving as consultants on the project.


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