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Star Trek: Phaser Strike

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Star Trek: Phaser Strike

Star Trek: Phaser Strike

Developer(s) Milton Bradley
Publisher(s) Milton Bradley
Platform(s) Microvision
Release date(s) 1979
Genre(s) Shooter
Mode(s) Single player

Star Trek: Phaser Strike is a Microvision game published by Milton Bradley in 1979, released at the same time as the film Star Trek: The Motion Picture. In the game, the player must destroy Klingon ships with phaser banks located at the bottom of the screen. The Star Trek name was later dropped and the game was sold as just Phaser Strike.

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