Star Trek Timelines First Anniversary

by David Holquinn

ST Timelines 1st Anniversary

Disruptor Beam is honoring the one year anniversary of their mobile game Star Trek Timelines with a celebration – and a new update later this month. To observe the anniversary, Disruptor Beam launched its Convergence Day Galaxy Event.

With this event, comes new crew: a new version of the popular and devious Ferengi Quark, who conceived of Convergence Day, and C.O.P. Founder Picard, a new version of the popular captain voted on by players during the event “The Second Battle of New York.” At the end of this event, with Captain Archer indisposed, qualifying players voted for Captain Picard to replace him as one of the founders of the Coalition of Planets. In addition, as players celebrate their own anniversaries of playing Timelines, they will receive a special reward avatar — Alfa 177 Canine. All players will also receive a Supply Kit, more crew slots and discounted Dabo Wheel pulls throughout the weekend.

Alfa 177 Canine

In the coming weeks, Disruptor Beam will introduce The Gauntlet, an exciting new crew-based player-vs-player mode. While open to all players, The Gauntlet will especially challenge experienced Captains to make the most out of their crew’s abilities while competing against other experienced leaders. After assembling a team of five crackerjack crew, Captains will be able to face off against the chosen teams of up to 200 other Captains. Each Gauntlet contest will feature a different skill, so every entry will be different.

Since Star Trek Timelines’ January 2016 launch, Disruptor Beam has dramatically expanded the game’s scope with galaxy-changing storylines, player-vs-player ship battles, collaborative gameplay in fleets, hundreds of new crewmembers and other significant enhancements.

Star Trek Timelines is available as a free download for the App Store and Google Play, Facebook Games and Facebook Gameroom on Windows PC.

Watch the new trailer for Star Trek Timelines below:

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