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Star Trek: Kobayashi Maru is a free-to-play browser-based video game developed by Scopely and released in 2021. In the game, a player serves as a Starfleet Academy cadet who attempts the Kobayashi Maru scenario.

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We all know the Kobayashi Maru. The training exercise created to test Starfleet Academy cadets in a no-win scenario. All you have to do is rescue the civilian vessel Kobayashi Maru in a battle with the Klingons... but the disabled ship is located in the Klingon Neutral Zone, and any Starfleet ship entering the zone would cause an interstellar border incident. Do you know how you would command your crew? Would you save the vessel or keep the peace? ...or maybe you’d attempt to cheat like Cadet James T. Kirk?

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Deep Space Station S-12Starbase 10

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Amber, Altair VIGamma Hydra sector (Gamma Hydra section 14, Gamma Hydra section 15) • Federation-Klingon Neutral ZoneTau Ceti IVVenara IV

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Starfleet AcademyUnited Federation of PlanetsStarfleet

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