Excalibur breaks the mould of traditional space simulation games by putting the player firmly in the boots of an experienced Starfleet captain. From the outset you will be able to control your character and command your ship as if you were standing on the bridge yourself. From taking direct control of the helm, to transferring command of any ship in your task force, or even calling your senior staff to the briefing room to discuss mission tactics; Excalibur is the most immersive Star Trek experience ever. Set six months after the events in Star Trek: Nemesis, Excalibur's story mode deals with the turbulent political scene caused by a decade of war and turmoil. From the second Borg incursion in First Contact, to the fall of the Dominion and the collapse of the Romulan political system; these events resulted in huge loss of life and changed the Alpha Quadrant forever.

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Blog RSS Feed Report abuse Latest News: Voice Casting - Public Call: Round 2

10 comments by Cadet on Mar 2nd, 2014

We're now onto our second round of casting!

While playing Quick Battle, various AI enemies and allies will hail and communicate with you! We're looking for people to voice those hails, it's time to summon your inner Trek alien!

This instructional video outlines briefly what in-game events we need lines for, and gives some examples of a Klingon character. It's your job to interpret and create your own character(s) and lines. Remember, we cannot provide those lines for you!

We welcome multiple submissions, either of the same race, or multiple races.

Check out the Quickbattle NPC VO handbook.

(It's full of useful information and is vital to having your submission accepted!)

Send in your submissions to: submissions@stexcalibur.com

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Model Viewer v1.7

Model Viewer v1.7

Apr 24, 2011 Demo 17 comments

The NanoFX Model Viewer is a utility that allows you to view models with the same graphical effects that will appear in Star Trek Excalibur. This latest...

Model Viewer v1.6a

Model Viewer v1.6a

Jan 16, 2011 Demo 6 comments

The NanoFX Model Viewer is a utility that allows you to view some ship models with some of the graphical effects that will appear in the final release...

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Ben2028
Ben2028 Nov 26 2013, 7:44pm says:

I can't wait to damage ships engines and watch them drift into planets / suns.

I also can't wait to kill my own engines and warp out at the last possible second before being consumed by a black hole.

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mechwarrior24
mechwarrior24 Nov 28 2013, 3:34am replied:

If the scale is done realistically, you'll be waiting some time. :P

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mechwarrior24
mechwarrior24 Nov 30 2013, 2:00am replied:

As in, whomever down voted me, realistically an object would take a long time to 'drift' into a planetary body.

But anyway. I wasn't in the best of moods when I posted that, disregard and all that. =P

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Zeph3r
Zeph3r Dec 5 2013, 2:14am replied:

But in Star Wreck: Into Dumbness when the ship loses power it falls to earth in like 2 minutes. If this game used realistic physics it wouldn't be Star Trek.

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mechwarrior24
mechwarrior24 Dec 5 2013, 7:10am replied:

Your response is... striking. Yet illogical, Captain. For a ship would burn up in entry, making a crash landing of such a description improbable. I sense, however, that a comparison to the new films is deserving of an airlock tour. :P

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Zeph3r
Zeph3r Dec 6 2013, 9:05am replied:

Mr. Vulcan, we humans have this thing called 'sarcasm'. You should look it up sometime.

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Virtue128
Virtue128 Nov 19 2013, 10:03am says:

That movie is enchantingly done but i am not sure what i am looking at.

Still hoping to see this release.

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jonsin1459
jonsin1459 Nov 16 2013, 7:14pm says:

Serious guys you should be making money from this. This is way better than anything iv seen from publishers over the years for star trek or any sci fi space combat. I would pay for this

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Shevchen
Shevchen Nov 17 2013, 6:32pm replied:

The mindset behind the free release is not only to show the world what a fanmade project without funding is capable of, but also to show that the idea behind Star Trek (everything is free) can be done in reality. Taking money would actually demotivate the Developers, as they would surrender to financial pressure. But we don't surrender, we take this even further. Still, thanks for your kind words, we appreciate it. :)

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thesystem
thesystem Nov 9 2013, 8:11pm says:

this game looks awesome !

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