Oh my, the nostalgia gauges are running high! Back when games based on the Star Trek franchise were unbelievably good, we had the likes of 25th Anniversary and Judgement Rites to keep us warm at night. Starfleet Academy wasn't quite up there with its successor, Klingon Academy, but at the time, it was a close as you could get to piloting a Federation starship. And now... you can do it all again.
GOG might have diversified in recent years, supporting more independent developers and AAA studios, but it's still dedicated to resuscitating older games. The latest batch contains three of the more memorable Star Trek-themed titles: point-and-click adventures Star Trek: 25th Anniversary and Star Trek: Judgement Rites, along with the live-action Starfleet Academy.
With the full-motion video era of games well and truly behind us, the last of those games certainly looks a bit spotty, but Anniversary and Rites stand up surprisingly well. If you'd like to pick them up, each title is about $7.79 Australian, or $US5.99. I reckon that's fair pricing, even just to have a crack at the Kobayashi Maru.