I talk a lot about video games here, but rarely do we get to look at an old school board game like the new Star Trek Scene it game that has been announced. The game is from Screenlife Games and is a DVD trivia game that takes Star Trekfans on a trip down memory lane.
The game has trivia based on actual clips from the movies viewed on your TV screen and is playable by casual viewers to the hard-core fans prone to playing in Klingon costumes. Players race around the Flextime board testing knowledge of the show spanning moments from all Star Trek series and from the feature films.
Two embossed collector's editions of the game are being offered with a Captains box and a Ships version. Both deluxe versions come in embossed collector's tins and offer more content than standard versions. The different versions of the game are available now.
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