- Space Checkers, a variant of Tri-dimensional chess, produced by Pacific Game Co. (1965)
- Star Trek Game, the only game based on the original series to be released during the show's run, produced by Ideal Toys (1967)
- Star Trek game, produced by Hasbro (1974)
- Star Trek game, produced in UK by Palitoy (1975)
- Star Trek game, produced by Milton Bradley, based on Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979)
- Star Trek: Starfleet Game, a promotional game released by McDonald's to coincide with the first movie (1979)
- Struggle for the Throne, produced by FASA (1984). Players control factions fighting in a succession crisis in the Klingon Empire.
- Star Trek: The Adventure Game, produced by West End Games (1985)
- Golden Trivia Game: Star Trek Edition (1985), Golden Books
- Golden Trivia Cards: Star Trek Edition (1985)
- Star Trek: The Game, produced by Classic Games (1992)
- Star Trek: The Final Frontier, produced by Toys & Games Limited (1992)
- How to Host a Mystery, produced by Decipher in a Star Trek: The Next Generation version (1992)
- Star Trek: The Next Generation Interactive VCR Board Game – A Klingon Challenge, the only Star Trek: The Next Generation video board game, although a second game involving Q and The Borg was planned. This game was produced by Decipher (1993)
- Star Trek: The Next Generation: Romulan Challenge, produced by MMG LTD (1994)
- Trivial Pursuit: Star Trek Edition VCR Game, a "Sci-Fi Master Game" supplement for the main game, made by TelStar Video Entertainment (1995)
- Monopoly, produced by Hasbro licensee USAopoly in three versions; one representing the original Star Trek series (2000), another featuring Star Trek: The Next Generation (1998), and Star Trek: Continuum Edition Monopoly, covering all five series (2009)
- All About Trivia: Star Trek, released by Fundex Games. A trivia game with material specifically based on The Original Series and the first six feature films. (2009)
- Scene It? Star Trek, developed by Screenlife and Mattel. Contains Star Trek TV and movie clips from all 5 live action series and the first 10 movies (2009)
- Star Trek: Expeditions, developed by Reiner Knizia and WizKids, taking place in the new continuity established by the latest movie (2011)
- Star Trek: Fleet Captains, developed by WizKids, a tactical game where players create fleets out of a selection of Federation and Klingon ships and battle to control hex based sectors. (2011)
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