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Something Ate My Alien - side-scroller with elements of metroidvania, which requires control of a mining mech AI Antalasia, extracting resources and fighting with enemies. The Alien blob team will visit different planets, mining valuable minerals in the bowels of the earth. The planets are inhabited by a variety of monsters that resemble bugs and other insects.

Artificial intelligence has been hijacked by pirates and now all the work must be done for their benefit. When landing on new planets, you must not only fight the local wildlife, but also solve simple puzzles. At the same time you have to keep an eye on your oxygen supply and another threat, much more dangerous than the average enemy.

All valuable items are sent to the pirates' warehouse, but the hero can find improvements for himself by upgrading his abilities. Different planets contain individual resources: minerals, fossils, gases, artifacts, etc. If you manage to solve the puzzle, then there is a chance to access a secret chest that contains tokens that grant access to new locations.

Environment Something Ate My Alien poses a threat. There are acrid and poisonous gases, falling rocks, slippery ice, open fire, etc. The robot uses 6 types of weapons, suitable for a particular situation and mechanics. The enemies are infected animals, flying creatures, armored beasts, and poisonous hanging mushrooms.

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Release Year: 2020
Developer: Rokabium Games
OS: 7, 8, 10 (64-bit)
Processor: Intel core i3
Graphics: Intel HD 4000 (1 Gb)
Memory: 2 Gb
Storage: 3 Gb
Steam Reviews: Positive 91% of the 36 reviews are positive.

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