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The first video game of the Alien franchise was released in 1982, based on the 1979 film Alien. Subsequent video games were based on that film and its sequels. But, this wasn't the first video game which had aliens in it. To find that one we will need to a look at back the classic space shoot 'em up genre. The genre's origins can be traced back to Spacewar!, one of the very earliest computer games, developed in 1961 and eventually released in amusement arcades in the early 1970s. However, Tomohiro Nishikado, creator of Space Invaders, is generally credited with inventing the genre. Space Invaders premiered in Japanese arcades in 1978. The game used alien creatures inspired by The War of the Worlds (by H. G. Wells) because the developers were unable to render the movement of aircraft; in turn, the aliens replaced human enemies because of moral concerns (regarding the portrayal of killing humans) on the part of Taito Corporation. As with subsequent shoot 'em ups of the time, the game was set in space as the available technology only permitted a black background. The game also introduced the idea of giving the player a number of "lives". Space Invaders was a massive commercial success, causing a coin shortage in Japan, and gaining mainstream popularity in America.
So, are Aliens real? Yes says some others say no. Well, if not, why have people been observing UFOs for more than 2000 years? In 214 B.C. an appearance of ships had shone forth from the sky was recorded as event that year. This is often considered the first evidence of an UFO sighting, back then there were no airplanes, helicopter or weather balloons. So, what were these mysterious ships. For all we know it could have been aliens making us a visit.
In movies, when aliens invade our planet, they usually have a ludicrous motivation. Like, they're after our water. Or our gold. Let's say these aliens have high enough technology that they can travel to other star systems, but not enough to build ringworlds, or make barren planets habitable. In that case, taking our planet away might be worth it. When you go to build a new house, you don't worry about the ants or small animals that might have built nests or structures on the property.