Welcome to Something Ate My Alien
Hello, and welcome to “Something Ate My Alien” by RoKabium Games.
RoKabium Games is run solely by Rob Donovan & Kat Langwagen, and they spent 4 years developing their game SAMA in Unity.
SAMA is a 2D digging, adventure puzzle game, and here you can read about the development and design of the game. If you have questions, suggestions or any bug reporting with the game then go over to the forums and have a chat.
The game is now available for sale on Steam (Also, GMG, Humble & Atari VCS store), click below to get it!
Now available on Atari VCS!
We were invited by Atari to port SAMA to their new console, the Atari VCS. The VCS runs a Linux OS, so since we already supported Linux all we had to do was a few small adjustments and enable support for the Atari controller. If you own one of the …Click to Read More
New Zen-mode and changing difficulty mid-game
It’s been about 8 weeks since we released “Something Ate My Alien” and we have had a positive reception to our game. People playing it have a fun experience and for those who like mining and finding lots of loot, this game has been a dream which is nice to …Click to Read More
Puzzles of SAMA
Introduction Our game “Something Ate My Alien” has a pretty unique mix of several genres combined. It is foremost a platforming style game where you dig your way through the levels in a search for a wide variety of minerals, gems, gases, fossils and artefacts to satisfy the ransom demand …Click to Read More
SAMA Launching today!
After 3.5 years of intense development from our 2-person team, the day where our game “Something Ate My Alien” finally launches is here!! Get it on Steam here: https://store.steampowered.com/app/1047870 This 2D digging and puzzle adventure game, started off being a smallish, fun, indie game. Easy enough for 2 people to …Click to Read More
SAMA hits the stores 18th June
We are extremely excited to announce that our 2D puzzle and digging adventure game “Something Ate My Alien” is finally in a complete state and will be released 18th June 2020 on Steam, GMG and other store fronts! If you have not yet added SAMA to your wishlist on Steam, …Click to Read More
Dev blog #12 – Demo Available
DEMO Looking for something fun to play to take your mind of things? We’re very excited to give you a free demo of our 2D digging and puzzle platformer game “Something Ate My Alien” to try out right now! Whether you are on Windows, Linux or Mac we got you …Click to Read More
Dev blog #11 – Demo coming soon
General Well the good news is we’re very near the end of our development. We’ve implemented everything we wanted to, and the game is quite stable. There has been lots of help from our testers and we believe we have a good and solid game. But the bad news is, …Click to Read More
Dev blog #10 – Release date April 2020
It’s official, we are nearing the end of development of our game “Something Ate My Alien” and we will be releasing it on the Steam platform in April 2020! Reaching this milestone and being able to set a date for release is extremely exciting and a bit scary for us. …Click to Read More
Dev Blog #09 – Exciting changes & release date extension
Alpha Changes We’ve been busy the last month implementing changes suggested from our Alpha testers. Inventory Changes have mostly been around inventory and the pirate list. We realized that the way the pirate ransom list worked was a bit hard to follow and generally was looked at as being a …Click to Read More
Dev Blog #08 – The mines are alive with the sound of SAMA
Alpha Testing It’s been a busy time with our Alpha testers these last few weeks. Lots of feedback and ideas coming in. We’ve just come out with a new update for the Alpha version. This version is including lots of bug fixes and changes from the testers. One of the …Click to Read More