The following is a list of
Aldean holographic toys Edit
Alexandra playing with holographic toys
Alexandra, one of the children kidnapped by Aldeans from the USS in Enterprise-D 2364, was pacified by Rashella by letting her play with a . ( holographic toy : " TNG ")
When The Bough Breaks
Ba'ku ball game Edit
Ba'ku children involved in a game
2375, several Ba'ku children were observed to be involved in a game which seemed to revolve around keeping several small balls in the air. ( )
Star Trek: Insurrection
Darwin Station polyhedron game Edit
A game involving polyhedrons
This game, played by the genetically engineered children at the
Darwin Genetic Research Station while under quarantine in 2365, involved multicolored polyhedrons. ( : " TNG ")
Enterprise recreation room games Edit
A game consisting of a floor screen with moving lights
A board game
While trying to recover
emotional responses in the Ilia probe, Commander Will Decker showed it two games on the USS Enterprise recreation room. The first game consisted of a black area on the floor with flashing light patterns, while the second was a board game of which he remarked that he had played it with Ilia and she always won. ( )
Star Trek: The Motion Picture
Kelemane's planet sport Edit
sport on was a seasonal athletic competition popular among the people of that Kelemane's planet planet during the pre-spaceflight industrial era and the spaceflight era.
The Doctor became a fan of the sport during the three years that he was living among Kelemane's species. Two of the teams, Mountain and Lakeside, shared a rivalry with one another for many years. There was at least one other team, Red River. Among the famous athletes were Torelius and his grandson. ( : " VOY ")
Blink of an Eye
Krenim game Edit
A tabletop game
While being held aboard the ( Krenim weapon ship in 2374 of an alternate timeline, Tom Paris played a tabletop game with Obrist. Paris won the game which consisted of two consoles and several chips on a larger board. Later, Obrist sent Tom Paris the schematics of the temporal core to one of the two tabletop consoles. : " VOY ")
Year of Hell, Part II
On the call sheet of the day of filming, the game was simply listed as "Alien Game" in the props section.
Remote controlled toy Edit
A remote controlled toy
remote controlled toy was a toy controlled by a remote used by children in the 24th century.
Alexander Rozhenko was playing with the toy when Jean-Luc Picard, who was temporarily turned into a child, asked to borrow it. It was used in the successful retaking of the USS from a group of Enterprise-D Ferengi in 2369. ( : " TNG ")
This object was simply referred to as a "toy" in both the episode and its script. The script described it as a "cross between a lunch-box and a spider [with] no apparent wheels."
The prop was initially put up for auction in the
It's A Wrap! sale and auction
. According to the auction description, the toy's bottom-side features hangars enabling it to be hung on a wall.
San Francisco bar game Edit
A game played in a San Francisco bar
2285, two patrons of a San Francisco bar were seen playing a game involving controlling simple hologram-like airplanes. ( )
Star Trek III: The Search for Spock
Sheer lunacy Edit
Sheer lunacy was an electronic puzzle game in the shape of a truncated octahedron, which was solved when the player deactivated all the lights on the sides simultaneously.
Tom Paris introduced the game to the crew of the USS in Voyager 2375. Captain Kathryn Janeway, who spent two fruitless hours trying to solve it, recalled that he was also "behind the last ship-wide craze – yo-yos."
Seven of Nine solved the game quickly by scanning it and determining that it operated on a simple fractal regression. When Paris told her that was cheating, she replied that "cheating is often more efficient". This provided inspiration for the Voyager crew to devise a strategy against the Think Tank. ( : " VOY ")
The sheer lunacy prop was later briefly seen in a recreation room aboard the USS in Enterprise-E . The origins of the game are unclear, however, Seven of Nine referred to it as an "artifact", suggesting that it was not a "modern" device. Star Trek Nemesis
Children playing a game
Makull's homeworld in 2371, children were observed to be playing a game involving running around while passing each other a sash-like object. ( : " VOY ")
Time and Again
In the script of "Time and Again", this game was described as "an alien tag game with streamers." The call sheet listed "Alien Streamers for kids" in the props section.
Wesley's game Edit
Wesley Crusher playing a battleship-like game alone
Wesley Crusher was playing with what appeared to be some kind of board game while aboard the Enterprise-D in 2365. ( : " TNG ")