At the heart of Star Trek Armada are the most exciting elements from the Star Trek episodes and movies: leading fleets of starships into combat, exploring new planetary systems throughout the Alpha and Delta Quadrants, and carefully treading the delicate balance between peace and war among six different races.

This RTS is unlike many others in that there is a huge emphasis placed on modding it, and consequently there is quite an array of extremely impressive mods available which have proved massivly popular. So if you are a fan of RTS, follow Star Trek and want to experience all this wonderful game series has to offer then scope out a few of its sweet-as modifications!

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About The Coalition War with 1 comment by Majestic_MSFC on Jul 14th, 2013

It's been a while. Having been away for quiet sometime I wanted to announce not only am I back, but I am still aiming at a 2013 release for the Earth faction.

I currently have all the stations complete and mapped, with only the textures requiring to be made, I have completed the utility units and they only require mapping and texturing and only a couple of combat units need to be textured and completed. So all but the most minor modelling has been completed.

To update the TCW profile here on ModDb I have uploaded several images of the Daedalus class, I will be adding some more images in the coming weeks of other units that are complete and ready.

Daedalus Renders

Daedalus Renders

Daedalus Renders

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A2 Import Mod FO Map Pack

A2 Import Mod FO Map Pack

Jul 24, 2012 Patch 1 comment

this pack contains all the maps and map objects from fo for my a2 import mod

Star Trek Armada II: Fleet Operations 3.2.6

Star Trek Armada II: Fleet Operations 3.2.6

Dec 19, 2011 Patch 1 comment

Patch 3.2.6 is only compatible with a previous 3.2.x installation. Patching an earlier version (3.1.5 and below) will result in a corrupt installation...

A2 Classic

A2 Classic

Oct 19, 2011 Full Version 10 comments

A mod that bring Classic Armada 2 into Fleet Operations



Nov 7, 2010 Music 0 comments

This is a custom soundtrack file for Star Trek: Armada 2. I suppose it would work for anything really, but that's what I made it for. Specifically, this...

Slipstream Center

Slipstream Center

Apr 20, 2010 Other 0 comments

Slipstream Center Capable Of Creating Up to 3 Slipstream Conduits Like A Transwarp Hub

Star Trek Armada II: Fleet Operations 3.0.6

Star Trek Armada II: Fleet Operations 3.0.6

May 20, 2009 Full Version 0 comments

3.0.6 is a full install. A previous installation of Fleet Operations or Armada II is NOT required. To install, your Armada II CD or a valid "Armada2.exe...

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passetti Apr 4 2014, 9:30am says:

Many thanks for this mod. Enjoying it to the max :)

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twitchoneill Jul 14 2013, 11:00am says:

i have fleet ops and the no cd patch but when i launch a game it says you need your own cd any tips on how to fix this?

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Private_Scoop May 25 2013, 11:23am says:

I think someone should make a model of the USS Vengeance form the new Star Trek (Into Darkness). It's a real cool overpowered ship.

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twitchoneill May 14 2013, 9:28pm says:

ive got Star Trek: Armada but it wont run on wondows 8 and i just want to know would Star Trek: Armada II run on windows 8 or not? because i really dont wana but the game if its not going to run on windows 8

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Majestic_MSFC Jul 14 2013, 8:24am replied:

Try running Fleet Operations, it's a modification but has many advanced features to a point that it's more a new game than a mod. Plus there is a Stock A2 mod for it as well to make it more like the stock game if you like.

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origamiairplane Dec 6 2006, 12:02pm says:

I have a lot of experience of voice acting in games having worked in the industry for years, and I'm willing to lend a hand if you're still looking.

Drop me an email!

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Gloryn Jul 27 2006, 7:21pm says:

Armada 2 is by far the better of the Armada games and I prefer it as the better of any type of Naval Game, even tho it is Ster Trek. I personally do not favor Star Treks flavor but hey... with a race like Species 8472? ... hmm... Zerg?! WEE! Biomechanical Critters who live in organs! Sounds good to me!
The game is an RTS featuring a fully massive collection of fleets in the Star Trek Universe for you to wield. There's alot of ships to be gotten in this game for your thirst of multi phaser shooting frigates. The GFX are quite captivating. Visually speaking the game is... well... it looks like the damn shows and movies pretty much! unlike Armada 1, which looked rather cartoony; the Colors, Textures and Models on Armada too have a very "realistic" feel that their Origianal God would've loved to have seen (aka Gene himself). I do think the master of Star Trek would've loved this creation. Gaming wise, i found this game real fun, even tho im not a Trekkie. Its a good mix of intense war far and space naval engagment with Empire-like managment. You colonize tons of worlds and seek in hunger everywhere for resources. Having the Resources on Infanate Gathering and having your Techs and productions on Expensive and Slow makes this game a worth wild one to play for many hours in one Setting. Realistic wise? i dono wot to say... its... Star Trek... and while im not a Trekkie, i must confess, its pretty damn accurate to the Trek Universe. The only thing i thought was sort'a... strange was the Federation's Scout vessel which is called the Venture i believe. Its a mimic of the custom shuttle that Tom Paris from Voyager designed and created. It looks rather large to the rest of the fleet for being a shuttle that only has a crew of mostly 6 to man it. The Defiant Class compared to that little guy just... seems alil bit off. I personally think that an Obertha Class might've been better, but... eh, that class is real old... i duno, im no Trekkie. i dono wot else exists for the new **** now. The other issue is that I believe that Spiecies 8472 was... like... f'ing godly? In Armada 2, they are very destructable and no where near as strong. Its sorta safe to hear yes, you wont have to worry about having that ring of Spiecies Ships shooting that massive cannon and blowing up one of your colonized worlds (althuogh you do get to use that Ring of Ships thingie tho!, its just not as strong, ... NO WHERE NEAR). It makes good for game balance. thats the only reason why they were cut so far down.
The one thing i LOVED about this game is that it TRUELY Added a 3rd Dimension to the RTS Genre. It TRUELY Added it. Your map is actually a CUBE area, not a flat plane. By right clicking with your mouse, you can scroll a location up or down in Altitude. This makes it possible for your attack to actually riad from ABOVE and enemy instead of Head on from the Standard compass directions. That right made the games biggest impression on me and it simply changes the way you can rush in'a RTS with that ability in mind. Unlike most players who simply mindlessly rush and flood you stupidly with what they believe to be the strongest unit; this game allows you to out manuver them in any direction, warp around them and since nearly every vessel has atleast ONE unique "spell" or special ability? you garuntee you that you can counter any noob fleet of tons of Soveriegn Class ships that might be massing at you.
This game is a Good RTS for the Trekkie Fans. Maybe aside from Klingon Acadamy, i think this is one of the better games to ever hold the Star Trek title on its box

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MWachtis Jun 28 2011, 10:29am replied:

Duuude, I read the whole thing!

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Piemanlives Jun 17 2012, 3:38pm replied:

most likely the longest comment on moddb as well, but hey that's what we get

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fire102 May 29 2006, 6:21pm says:

really who ever does not know armada is a noob

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