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Alien spaceship


First appearance

The spaceship is the extraterrestrial vessel that brought the Roswell alien down to Earth when it crash-landed in the year 1947 in Roswell, New Mexico. The craft is made out of a metallic alloy that resembles tin foil, but acts strange when you play around with it, displaying strange, magnetic properties. When the ship crashed in Roswell, it broke into tiny pieces. The metal as well as the alien was collected by military personell from Area 51 and taken back to the top-secret military base for studying. While the alien was stored in a cryogenics capsule General Dark Onward, head of security in Area 51, wanted the engineers of the base to rebuild the spaceship with the space metal.

This space metal was stolen by an Area 51 employee and leader of the Roswell reverse-engineering project, Dr Louis Zandor, and hidden inside of every E.T. game in the world, as he realised any nation with a spacecraft like that would have unstoppable power. Furthermore, to rescue his friend, the alien, he programmed into the E.T. games the floor plans to Area 51.

In the end, when Zandor revealed the location of the metal, the alien had finally accumulated enough telekinetic power to join the pieces from all over the world together, and as such the games left Earth.[1] It is possible that new games have been created with a ROM, since more appear in the Angry Video Game Nerd we show since then.


The alien ships is able to enter and escape planet Earth's atmosphere and perform interstellar journeys. In terms of weapons, only a single red laser beam has been shown, fired from the front point of the ship. The ship can emit a blue tractor beam from its bow which it can use to suck anything or anyone up. If sucked up, the thing or person will materialize from glowing purple particles inside of a tiny booth in the back of the ship's cockpit, and when sent down again, the same seemingly happens, though in a far bigger spectacle of light. It is also able to project a purple light from the center of its bow to use as a spotlight, and from the same spot objects can be dropped from inside the materialization booth. Finally, it is able to project holograms outside of it from the left side of the ship's hull in a beam, and because of its nature as being made out of the E.T. games (or Eee Tee in the movie), it is able to load the bygone game data from the old circuitry and project the game in the hologram beam.[1]

Inside of the cockpit it is a strange and alien sight, where most of the controls do not seem to make much sense.[1]

It is unknown what kind of power source it runs on.[1]

Angry Video Game Nerd: The Movie[]


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Dir. by James D. Rolfe, Kevin Finn. Angry Video Game Nerd: The Movie. Cinemassacre Productions, Skinny Ugly Pilgrim. 2014.