STAR TREK: MISSIONS

Reviewed by Herb Levy

STAR TREK: MISSIONS (WizKids, 2 to 6 players, ages 14 and up, 20 minutes; $19.99)

A few years ago (in the Fall 2017 issue of Gamers Alliance Report – see the Flashback this issue), we featured a game called Fantasy Realms. The game, as designed by Bruce Glassco, used sets of suits to accomplish its goal. Now, Glassco has taken his original design and applied it to one of the most revered and game inspiring franchises in recent memory, coming up with Star Trek: Missions.

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