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Brief description and concept art of the different planets that you can send your alien to in the game "Something Ate My Alien"

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As the AI of the mining ship Antalasia you are stuck in the Bitiax solar system while a pirate ship has taken control of your ship. To find all the items they demand you have to send down your diligent aliens to search the planets in this system for these items. Lets have a closer look at what the scanner says about the different planets that you can visit.

Tartarus

Tartarus


Underground conditions: Porous rock, lava flows, high temperature
Bedrock: 60% solid, 28% liquid, 12% gas
Civilization: Oris – advanced life form, emigrated into space
Items of significance: Rosium (gas), Wunderbat (gem), Hellium (mineral)
Advisory outfit: High performance, thermal suit and standard laser

Metis

Metis


Underground conditions: Metal rich ores, clay and alkaline water
Bedrock: 90% solid, 9% liquid, 1% gas
Civilization: Parpiuns – early development life forms, extinct
Items of significance: Fossils, Misty (gem), Inkium (mineral)
Advisory outfit: Standard suit and standard laser

Lelantos

Lelantos


Underground conditions: Hard rock, gas pockets, corrosive liquids
Bedrock: 54% solid, 2% liquid, 44% gas
Civilization: Mitania – colonization of life forms, abandoned
Items of significance: Rare artifacts, Eggium (gas), Lightium (gas), Whyium (mineral)
Advisory outfit: High pressure performance suit and advanced laser

Aura

Aura


Underground conditions: Hard rock, permafrost, super-cool liquids
Bedrock: 94% solid, 6% liquid, 0% gas
Civilization: Junits – advanced life forms, extinct
Items of significance: Rare fossils, Pale (gem), Lemoni (gem), Firmium (mineral)
Advisory outfit: High performance, thermal suit and advanced laser

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