Alternatively to mix BSG into it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vOfPGbZoT4Y
I say, "Ouch, I've never heard of your site before and just followed a link here. I'll probably never come back. Bye."
But, consider contributing. Looks like the dude has put in a fair bit of effort.
My dream is to find a fully 3d realized model of the Enterprise, with working comm and internal computer systems that my friends and I can all pile into and adventure around the universe.
At least with this I can run around and figure out where all those mysterious bathrooms are.
(less serious, shorter play times, jut as fun)
Full disclosure: I helped develop parts of RPG-X and I administrate the site where most of the community sits now.
A good example of a "ship interiors" game was Seed, a cartoony MMORPG on board a generation ship. The game play involved collaborating with other players to run the ship.
Voyager would be awesome.
Thanks for the nostalgia.
EDIT: Screencap: http://postimg.org/image/6gggn4rsz/
EDIT 2: Btw, I love it. I'm having fun trying to get to the lower decks.
 - http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/e/ea/US-NEW-CL...
Just out of curiosity, if "Pixeltrek is a private project with a non-commercial and non-profitable background", then why isn't it open source? I'm sure the community would love to play with it! :)
I get the feeling that this is exactly the reason why the project is not open-sourced yet. It's an art project. Open-sourcing now has a risk that "the community" could take his work and develop it in a different direction than the author imagined or intended.
Next time, WebGL, please :)
I've built plenty of Flash apps that can handle zoom. Sometimes zooming in means that the 'sprites' get bigger. Sometimes it means more data is shown on the screen at once. It depends on the app and how it is implemented.
One thing bugs me though. How did I get to the battle bridge from the main bridge? :o. I might be misremembering something from TNG, but I was pretty sure the battle bridge was in the middle of the engine section of the Enterprise, not a door away from the main bridge...
Jean-Luc, you've really let yourself go, dude.