Collecting Aliens in The Sims 4
The Alien Collection is one of the many collections that can be obtained and collected in The Sims 4. The collection includes dead Aliens and Aliens that are alive. You need 10 different Aliens to complete the collection.
If you put your dead Aliens on display in your home they can be enabled to provide a +3 Confident emotional aura in a room. The ones that are alive give +3 environment. Collections can be obtained by the whole household.
How to collect all Aliens
The only way to collect dead or alive aliens is to build a rocket ship and explore outer space. When your Sims is out there there is a chance they collect Aliens or Space Rocks. If you want to collect all of them you need to make a lot of trips into space. When your Sims upgrade their rocket ship they can collect the Aliens faster.
You can also unlock all the Alien with the Buy Debug mode cheat (adds extra objects) found on the Cheat Code page. Make sure you put the Aliens in your inventory to complete the collection.
Live Space Squid
A gelatinous, docile organism that communicates via patterned pulses in its bioluminescent skin.
Live Blue Slug
A parasite that inhabits the brains of larger organisms and effectively plays puppetmaster. Ostensibly extremophilic.
Live Red Coral
Unlike its earthly counterparts, more than ninety percent of this coral-like structure is engaged in metabolic processes.
Live Pink Whale
Vaguely reminiscent of our own cetacean mammals, this "space whale" manipulates the fabric of time and space in navigating its environment.
Live Space Porcupine
This "porcupine" exhibits shy, skittish behavior, expelling its "quills" to tranquilize would-be predators and making a hasty retreat thereafter.
Dead Space Squid
With six appendages, partial transparency, and an unusually reflective outer membrane, this specimen likely evolved on a water-planet before arriving at the point of discovery.
Dead Space Porcupine
Anatomical analysis reveals that this specimen has both reptilian and mammalian reproductive features--perfectly fit for erratic meteorological patterns.
Dead Red Coral
Preliminary readings suggest that this "skeleton" emits a constant stream of short-wave transmissions--often involving what appear to be numerical tallies.
Dead Blue Slug
Extracted from the body of its prior host, the specimen continues to move even after other life signs have long since faded.
Dead Pink Whale
This organism's vital fluids contain traces of phosphorus, glowing for a short period of time when exposed to oxygen. The next "fossil" fuel?
Complete Collection Reward: Xenolife-Friend Wall-Mounted Reminder
The Xenolife-Friend Wall-Mounted Reminder is a proud gift from the Simsonian Xenolife Appreciation Society, where it states in fine print to rotate the terrariums a few times a week, just so your extraterrestrial friends and cadavers get their recommended healthy dose of gamma-ray bursts.