Star Trek Encyclopedia Simon & Schuster Interactive / Immergy 1997

The Star Trek Encyclopedia - A Reference Guide to the Future is the "definitive" Star Trek reference, compiled by the production staff and officially recognized by Paramount Pictures. The software allows the user to call up commands to the computer with the use of a microphone. An extensive training program is required before use, so that the computer will recognize the user's voice. For added authenticity, the user can address the "Computer" and it will reply with a beep before proceeding with the request. Majel Barrett provides the voice of the computer and Mark Lenard narrates several featured topics illustrated with diagrams and imagery. These include biographies of James T. Kirk and Jean-Luc Picard, Star Trek production history, The history of the Enterprise and the history of the future. The 1997 release (known simply as the Star Trek Encyclopedia) which came on 4 CD-ROMs was updated to include information up to DS9 Season 5, VOY Season 3 and the film Star Trek: First Contact. The last 1999 release (on two CDs) covers up to the end of DS9 Season 7, VOY Season 5 and the film Star Trek: Insurrection. The software could also access the Next Generation and Deep Space Nine Companion CD-ROMs released the same year for additional content (namely the video clips).
4CD ISO Demo (uploaded by Old_Schooler)
1999 2CD ISO Demo 489+585MB (uploaded by Internet Archive Software Collection)

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