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Star Trek Miniatures

There have been a number of ranges of Star Trek miniatures licenced for games.

Heritage Models

Heritage Models produced a range of miniatures based on the original Star Trek series (need more info) (OOP).

Citadel Miniatures

In the early 1980s Citadel Miniatures produced a small range of 25mm Star Trek miniatures and a few Starships (OOP).

FASA

FASA produced a range of 25mm Star Trek miniatures and Starships in the 1980s to support their Star Trek Role Playing game and the board game, Star Trek: Starship Tactical Combat Simulator (OOP).

Gamescience

Gamescience produced a small line of models to go with the Star Fleet Battle Manual. The models was then purchased by Task Force Games for thier Starline 2200 range.

Task Force Games

Task Force Games had a range of Star Ships marketed as the Starline 2200 range. These were released to support Star Fleet Battles.

Amarillo Design Bureau

Amarillo Design Bureau now produce the Starline 2200 range.

Mongoose Publishing

Mongoose with Amarillo Design Bureau are publishing a game called; A Call to Arms: Star Fleet, which have a range of Star Ships miniatures.

Wizkids

Wizkids have produced a Star Trek collectible miniatures game called Star Trek Tactics which has a range of pre-panited plastic Star Trek starship miniatures. They have also produced a game in 2013 called Star Trek: Attack Wing with a series of expension sets which come with a pre-painted starship miniature, game cards and tolkens.

Micro Machines

Micro Machines are mini toys made by Galoob (now part of Hasbro). In the 1990s they made a number of box sets of Star Trek Star Ships which many gamers found useful for games (OOP).

Eaglemoss Collections

Not made for games, but in 2013 Eaglemoss started a magazine called; Star Trek: The Official Starships Collection which come with a scaled (fit the box) pre-painted starship model, which could be used games (though they are not toys).

External Links

The Stuff of Legends web pages on;

Task Force Games Catalog 1981
Wikipedia entree on Micro Machines.
Micro Machines Musuem on the Star Trek Toys.
Memoey Alpha Star Trek Micro Machines entree.
Memory Alpha entree on the magazine; Star Trek: The Official Starships Collection.
Memory Alpha page on Star Trek miniatures.

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