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The following is a list of unnamed recreational activities.

Aldean holographic toys Edit

Aldean holographic toy

Alexandra playing with holographic toys

Alexandra, one of the children kidnapped by Aldeans from the USS Enterprise-D in 2364, was pacified by Rashella by letting her play with a holographic toy. (TNG: "When The Bough Breaks")

Ba'ku ball game Edit

Baku ball game

Ba'ku children involved in a game

In 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

Darwin Station game

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: "Unnatural Selection")

The glass table was a prop provided by Modern Props. [1]


Enterprise recreation room games Edit

Enterprise recreation deck games one

A game consisting of a floor screen with moving lights

Enterprise recreation deck games two

A board game

While trying to recover emotional responses in the Ilia probe, Commander Willard 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

The sport on Kelemane's planet was a seasonal athletic competition popular among the people of that 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")

Makull's homeworld Edit

Game with sash

Children playing a game

On 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."


San Francisco bar game Edit

Holographic plane game

A game played in a San Francisco bar

In 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)

Wesley's game Edit

Wesley's game

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: "The Dauphin")

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