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Star Wraith 2 is the earliest game available from Star Wraith 3D (the original Star Wraith seems to have vanished down the memory hole). Bits of it are still present in the newest Evochron game, and that UI has been hanging around with various alterations for nearly two decades. Not bad for a hobby project cobbled together from scratch in DarkBasic.
As for Infinity, I was tempted to be an arse and ask which Infinity. The screenshot here was from a tech demo for Infinity: The Quest for Earth, a mid-2000s MMO project that was being worked on by a chap named Flavien Brebion, and which promised a vast, procedurally generated galaxy with hundreds of billions of planets and stars, seamless newtonian spaceflight and the ability to fly everything from tiny space fighters to giant capital ships. Unfortunately, first contact between wishful thinking and reality did not go well, and the game hung around in development hell (with the exception of a pretty good multiplayer combat module released in 2006) until it was given a cash injection by another chap named Keith Newton, who together with Brebion founded I-Novae and resurrected Infinity in the form of the more modestly scaled and recently Kickstarted Infinity: Battlescape. The MMO is still on the cards for some point in the future, assuming Battlescape pans out well.