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Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force

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Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force

Developers: Raven Software, Westlake Interactive (Mac), Codemasters (PS2)
Publishers: Activision (Windows), Aspyr Media (Mac), Majesco (PS2)
Platforms: Windows, Mac OS Classic, Mac OS X (as of v1.2), PlayStation 2 (v1.0 only)
Released in US: September 20, 2000 (Win/Mac)
Released in EU: September 15, 2000 (Win/Mac)

DevTextIcon.png This game has hidden development-related text.
GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
ItemsIcon.png This game has unused items.
Carts.png This game has revisional differences.

ProtoIcon.png This game has a prototype article

Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force is a high-quality FPS based on the variable-quality Voyager TV series.

NOTE: This article does not cover the game with the Virtual Voyager expansion installed except where noted.


Read about prototype versions of this game that have been released or dumped.
Prototype Info

Unfinished Items



A usable tricorder can be summoned using the console, or briefly obtained through normal gameplay in one out-of-the-way location detailed below. The tricorder gives you a sensor display to the bottom-right with dots representing friends and foes, and describes what you point at in more detail with the left mouse button.

This would have been intended to be used by the player at some point, unlike the rest of the NPC weapons. It is not selectable by weapon cycling or by pressing the T key as its icon implies.

v1.0 v1.2 + Expansion
Stvoyef-Tricorderv10.png Stvoyef-Tricorderv12.png

The tricorder would be finished up later and made officially available in the Virtual Voyager expansion, where it was finally selectable by pressing T.

This item is also in the PlayStation 2 version and looks like v1.0's tricorder, except the sensor mode is broken with a few symbols appearing at the top-left corner of the screen.



Like the tricorder but far less polished. The primary trigger fires a spray of blue particles. Using the alternate fire shows it's clearly unfinished by only spraying at an extremely high rate without sound. It also has an early icon, showing a different font. It is not selectable by using the weapon cycle or pressing the H key as the icon suggests.

Due to the name of the pickup being "health hypo", attempting to give it to yourself by cheat will parse "health" and the letters as a negative number, killing yourself in the process.

This broken item exists in the PlayStation 2 version, broken altfire and all.

Obtainable Tricorder and Hypospray

Open Sesame

In VOY6 ("Renewal") at the start while in the Sickbay, head to the room on your right, go towards the wall panel (a doctor will walk here and poke it), use it to unlock the drawer at the bottom on the wall to your left, then crouch and use the drawer. It will open and you will find a tricorder and a hypospray.

For some reason these obviously unfinished items can be picked up in their broken state here, without cheats. Mistake? Easter egg? Cut quest items? Who knows. These two items disappear from your inventory after you take the turbolift.

In the Virtual Voyager expansion's Sickbay, this drawer remains with the still-broken hypospray item, and the panel has been moved to another wall.

This secret is also in the PlayStation 2 version.

A video demonstrating how to obtain the unfinished hypospray and tricorder. The primary and alternate fire modes of both items are demonstrated, as are their effects (or lack thereof) on NPCs:

Unused Areas



There is an inaccessible room around where Renner is running from. You can't get there because there are explosions that will cause a game over, and a forcefield you must turn on to continue, blocking your way. In that exploded hallway lies a room with two closed hatches and a large yellow electrical zapping beam which damages.

In addition, there is a broken turbolift that leads to nowhere but death.

Unused Graphics

Federation Emblem

A "Chain of Command" reference could've been appropriate here...

Federation4.jpg is the insignia for the United Federation of Planets with a crude 4 painted over, presumably for editor marker reference for scripts. It is only referenced by VOY5.BSP and is not seen in-game, with Federation.jpg used instead.

Blood Splash

There are leftover textures for the "bloodexplosion" shader (originally used by Quake III Arena for indicating a hit with an animated sprite). All blood inflicted is removed from the final release.

The last frame is erroneously a duplicate of the second.



Like Quake III Arena, Elite Force contains a sun flare texture and loads it, but has no way to draw it. All of the skies used are starfields or at night, so it would have been inappropriate anyway.

The file is exactly identical to the unused sun in Quake III Arena.

Unused NPC Data

The file npcs.cfg, which is where all the NPCs used in the game are defined, has several oddities:

Unused NPCs

There are some NPCs defined that aren't actually used anywhere in the game:

  • StasisShooter - attempts to load nonexistent legs model "stasis2". The used Stasis NPC uses "stasis".
  • Scavenger - attempts to load nonexistent head texture for the head, torso, and legs. (Missing textures detailed in below section.)
  • sevenblue - attempts to load invalid torso texture "seven/blue".
  • sevenbrown - attempts to load invalid torso texture "seven/mocha".
  • sevenblack - attempts to load invalid torso texture "seven/black".

Missing / Invalid Textures

There are references to non-existent or broken textures on some of the unused NPCs:

Head Textures

  • beissman/scavenger
  • imperial2/jake

Torso Textures

  • hazard/scavenger
  • seven/blue
  • seven/mocha
  • seven/black

Leg Textures

  • hazard/scavenger

All of the files required for the different coloured Seven of Nine skins to work are actually present in the game's files, there's just a minor typo in the torso/upper files. To make them work as intended, simply replace "7of9" with "seven" in each corresponding .skin file.

"upper_mocha.skin" is more broken than the others: it also needs the first line replaced with "u_torso,models/players/seven/seven_bigtop_mocha.tga" and the line "u_badge,models/players/crewthin/combadge.tga" added to the bottom of it to fully work as intended.

seven/blue seven/mocha seven/black
She is Blue (Da Ba Dee) Don't be mocking her Mocha The Woman in Black

Fixed-up versions of all these Seven of Nine skins are actually present in the files and used in Holomatch, the game's multiplayer component.

Unused Race

Setting the race to any invalid setting or removing it entirely will result in "UNKNOWN" being displayed when the tricorder is used to scan that NPC.

I always knew there was something funny about her.

Unused Rank

Setting the rank to any invalid setting will result in the otherwise m-unseen rank "Civilian" being displayed when the tricorder is used to scan that NPC.

This rank is actually mistakenly used on "munro_lt" and "alexandria_lt", which are both set to "lieutenant" rank, which is invalid. Other lieutenants in-game use the valid "lt" setting, which translates to "Lieutenant" in-game. Fortunately, this doesn't matter as it's impossible to scan them with a tricorder anyway, as they are only seen in the ending cutscene and therefore can't be scanned.

Dishonorably discharged

Unused Movement Type?

There is a moveType 'Static' which remains unused, mentioned in a comment at the top of "npcs.cfg. It doesn't seem to actually function, though, attempting to set it on NPCs seems to make them use 'runJump', the default movement type.

Mac-Specific Data

File Types

The single-player and holomatch modes are separate applications, with their Finder icons kept unique by differing creator codes: ElFr for single-player, and EFrc for holomatch. Both applications contain the icons and other data associated with both codes, as well as a third owner resource (VoEf) that goes unused by either. While the ElFr and EFrc resources are empty, the VoEf resource holds 256 bytes of data in an unknown format.

The resources also define two document types with their own icons, ElFb and ElFt.

American McGee's Alice (Mac) - ElFb.png American McGee's Alice (Mac) - ElFt.png

We can infer from the icons that "b" and "t" stand for "binary" and "text"... but all of the game's data files are of type ElFb, leaving the "text" icon unseen. It might have been meant for the settings file mentioned above, which was instead left as a SimpleText document for convenient hand-editing by those daring enough.

The ElFb/ElFt types and icons recur, unused, in American McGee's Alice (another id Tech 3 Mac port from Westlake and Aspyr).


The minimal menu bar usable in dedicated server mode is kept unchanged from Quake III Arena, including the still-nonfunctional "About" command.

Quake III Arena (Mac OS Classic) - Apple.png