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The games take place mostly on Earth where the Furon Cryptosporidium, also known as Crypto, is tasked by his superiors to gather Furon DNA locked inside human brain stems in order to save his race from cloning themselves to extinction. In Destroy All Humans!, Crypto's objectives also include investigating what happened to his previous clone. Destroy All Humans! 2 features Crypto hunting for revenge, after the KGB try to assassinate him and successfully destroy the mothership and his mission officer, Orthopox-13 (Pox), as well as exterminating the Furons' enemy from the Martian War, the Blisk. Destroy All Humans! Big Willy Unleashed involves Crypto protecting Pox's new fast food chain using a giant robot mech disguised as the restaurant's mascot, called "Big Willy". Destroy All Humans! Path of the Furon is available on Xbox 360 (and PlayStation 3 only in Australia and Europe), and involves Crypto seeking enlightenment to help him stop a conspiracy that threatens the Furon empire. Destroy All Humans! takes place in 1959; Destroy All Humans! 2 takes place in 1969; Destroy All Humans! Big Willy Unleashed takes place in 1975; Destroy All Humans! Path of the Furon takes place in 1979.

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During the year 1959, Cryptosporidium 137 first arrived on the Earth to investigate the planet and search for his predecessor clone, Cryptosporidium 136, who disappeared in 1947 after Orthopox 13 sent him to Earth on a similar mission. Pox sends Crypto on a mission to harvest human brain stems (which contain a small amount of pure Furon DNA due to an encounter between Furon warriors and humans in ancient times) to prevent his species from going extinct. To accomplish his mission, he must defeat Majestic, a shadowy government organization led by a black-clad figure named Silhouette. After accomplishing this, Crypto takes over the United States by posing as the President.

Ten years have passed since Crypto defeated Majestic and replaced the US government. Orthropox 13 has died after a Soviet nuclear missile destroyed the Furon mothership. Pox has downloaded his consciousness into a personal holographic projector designed to communicate between Furons on Motherships and planet surfaces. Pox's unit, dubbed a HoloPox, allows him to communicate with, advise, and vex Crypto down on Earth. Crypto 137 has died of unknown causes, but appears in Big Willy Unleashed and Crypto 138, a clone with pure Furon DNA harvested from human brains, has taken his place as the President. Crypto 138 is the first Furon in millennia to possess genitalia, as his pure DNA has not been corrupted by radiation. When the KGB destroy the mothership and Pox, Crypto must find a way to stop them from destroying what he has worked so hard on to achieve. Along the way, he is supported by Natalya Ivanova, a rogue KGB agent whom he constantly hits on. He also comes across the Blisk, the dreaded enemy that the Furons thought they defeated in the Martian War.

Using the money earned from the Big Willy fast food franchise that Orthopox started in Big Willy Unleashed, Pox and his destructive Furon warrior minion Crypto have opened a "family friendly" casino which they use to obtain a steady financial income and human DNA. Crypto has lost his motivation because of the death of Natalya (which was a clone with a four year lifespan), and has forgotten what it means to destroy humans. He drinks too much alcohol, watches too much television, and has ultimately become lazy. Later Crypto is attacked by mysterious cyborgs called Nexosporidium Warriors, who arrive from his own planet, which frightens both Crypto and his commander Pox. Soon Crypto finds himself face-to-face with a conspiracy from his own homeworld that, if not stopped, could destroy his entire race. In the midst of all the chaos, Crypto hears a voice in his head, telling him to go to the city of Shen Long. Later, Crypto, while in Sunnywood, is shot in the neck, faints, and then wakes up in a Kung Fu monastery where he is greeted by a Furon martial arts expert known as The Master. The Master beseeches him to submit to his tutelage, and train in mind and firepower, to help him defeat these new threats. Now Crypto is about to go down the path to enlightenment, shape his own destiny, and uncover who is behind this frightening conspiracy.

Maybe the real treasure was the friends we destroyed along the way? And we all know probing is much more fun with friends. DAH!2 is fully playable in local 2-player split screen co-op! Are you ready to take some friendships to the next level?

The cult-classic returns! Terrorize the people of 1950's Earth in the role of the evil alien Crypto-137. Harvest their DNA and bring down the US government in the faithful remake of the legendary alien invasion action adventure. Annihilate puny humans using an assortment of alien weaponry and psychic abilities. Reduce their cities to rubble with your flying Saucer! One giant step on mankind!- Experience the evil side of a 50's alien invasion story- (Re)Discover why this game is considered one of the funniest ever created- Faithfully rebuilt from scratch in new galactic glory- Enjoy Crypto's unique weaponry like the Anal Probe Gun- Pose as pathetic humans to infiltrate their fragile democracy- Use psychokinesis to send enemies flying or bombard them with random objects- Freely traverse explorable cities from 50's America using your jetpack- Obliterate humanity's primitive architecture with your flying saucer- Includes the restored, much-rumored, never before seen: Lost Mission of Area 42!- Includes the Skin Pack DLC!

Take one giant step on mankind! Terrorize the people of 1950's Earth in the role of the evil alien Crypto-137. Harvest their DNA and bring down the US government in the most brazen action-adventure you've ever played. Annihilate puny humans using an assortment of alien weaponry and psychic skills or reduce their cities to rubble with your flying Saucer!

There are many reasons why you might wish to kill all humans. Maybe they're all horrible cruel monsters and one of them killed your mommy. Maybe their status as the dominant intelligent species on the planet is preventing your own kind from taking their place. Maybe some human colonists wronged your ancestors, and your people have generalized their rage and hate to cover the whole species. Maybe you were raised from infancy/the egg/the spawning pond to view humans as Always Chaotic Evil. Maybe out of spite or a peculiar sense of duty, you just can't stand the thought of humanity existing one second longer. Heck, you could just be trying to save the rest of the planet's species from extinction. You could even just be a dick. But the verdict is certain, and you're not wavering: They've all gotta die. Every... last... one....

That is, assuming you even have a comprehensible reason. You could just be conveniently attracted to the creatures on screen most sympathetic to the audience, a Killer Robot out to destroy, or an Omnicidal Maniac Eldritch Abomination. Or, simply, mere apes have no hope of comprehending your motives.

Sentient computers also seem to inevitably arrive at the conclusion that humans as a species must be killed. Sometimes, it's a product of them being too machine-like, and concluding that if one human is observed doing something that may harm the computer, then they all are a threat that can only be reconciled by killing them all off. Otherwise, it's a case of them being too human and flying into a blind rage triggered by jealousy, fear, or maybe even spite. Other times (such as in the film version of I, Robot) the supercomputer may start to become homicidal in an attempt to bring order to the world and protect humanity from itself. Rarely does a supercomputer decide that it should coddle humans to get them to keep supplying it with electricity and spare parts. Only the Robot Buddy seems to favor this tactic.

  • Feeling Oppressed by Their Existence: When a character wants to get rid of a particular person or group of people just for existing.

  • Absolute Xenophobe: Who wants to destroy all other sentient life (human or otherwise).

  • Omnicidal Maniac: Who wants to destroy absolutely all life, sentient or not.

  • Live-Action TV Babylon 5: One major element of the backstory is a disastrous war between the Humans and the Minbari. The Minbari are first introduced as a race of spiritual scholars, but those are just one of the races hats. Another major faction are Proud Warrior Race Guys who have one of the most advanced and powerful space navies in the galaxy and faught with no less than the annihilation of the entire human race as their goal. However, it's later revealed that they just fought because that's what they do. The order to exterminate humanity was in fact given by a high-ranking priest when the highest religious leader was accidentally killed by humans. A mistake that she came to greatly regret and spent the next few decades working to atone for.

  • In the episode "Infection", biotech from an extinct alien species infects a human host who goes on a killing spree, repeating the word "protect" before each kill. Our heroes learned that the goal of its creators was to protect the species by killing anyone who wasn't a "pure" member of the species. Unfortunately, the standards for purity were set so high by the planet's religious leaders that no member of the species was deemed pure and all were killed.

  • Battlestar Galactica: The Cylons in Battlestar Galactica (1978) are out to destroy all organic life; they'd wiped out the original reptilian Cylons who'd created them and then went after the Colonials, who interfered in the Cylons' conquest of another race, sparking off a thousand yahren war. ("War of the Gods" revealed that they were programmed to do so by an entity that was basically Satan.)

  • The Cylons in Battlestar Galactica (2003) still have killing all humans as their initial goal, but the series expands on their reasons, and as they develop and begin to show more individuality, they waver between this and helping the humans (with help being occupying them and ruling by force) with alarming suddenness.

  • Blake's 7: Subverted in "Killer". The Plague sent to infect humanity was just meant to confine us to our planet of origin, only affecting those who have gone out into deep space.

  • In "Headhunter", the killer android plans to take over the galaxy, and Orac predicts this will lead to the demise of all organic life, perhaps because Robots Are Just Better and humanity would not be able to compete.

  • The Andromedans are planning a Guilt-Free Extermination War that will all but wipe out the human race. Due to their being Eldritch Abominations however we discover nothing about their motives, and there appears to be no distaste for humanity involved. They express genuine curiosity as to why a human Omnicidal Maniac would assist them in their goals.

  • Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Judge deserves particular mention, since his only reason for existing is to burn the humanity out of humans and "corrupted" demons like vampires.

  • The titular Mysterons from Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons are a race of Martians who want to destroy all of humanity because a group of human astronauts destroyed a Mysteron city one time, mistakenly believing it to be a weapons system of some sort. To make matters worse, the Mysterons have the power to reconstruct any object or person almost instantly, so they were able to rebuild their city pretty much immediately; they killed, revived and enslaved the lead astronaut responsible and made him their agent (Captain Black), and they've rejected humanity's apology and offer of peace because they reject the very concept of "forgiveness", so their whole grudge comes off as Evil Is Petty and Disproportionate Retribution.

  • Doctor Who: The Daleks want to EX-TER-MI-NATE anything that isn't a Dalek.

  • The Cybermen are a slight variation, merely wanting to convert all humans into Cybermen.

  • The Silurians want to Kill All Humans to reclaim the Earth, which they ruled in the Eocene period. The same goes for their aquatic relatives, the Sea Devils.

  • The robots in "The Robots of Death" get reprogrammed in this direction, complete with chanting "kill the humans".

  • In "The Power of Three", the Shakri want to Kill All Humans to prevent the human plague from spreading throughout the galaxy.

  • This happens accidentally in "Smile", as a result of A.I. Is a Crapshoot. The robots are programmed fairly simply, just make sure all the human colonists are happy and have their needs met. Seems reasonable right? This backfires hard when a colonist dies of old age. The A.I. sees the people around the dead colonist becoming sad, and then "spreading" the sadness to new people they come in contact with. Thus, it thinks it is dealing with a plague that contradicts its prime purpose (to ensure that the colonists are happy). After traditional methods of "containment" fail (because it wasn't programmed to understand the actual nature of the issue), it reacts in the only way it can, killing the "infected" before they can pass on the "disease". Try to keep smiling as you run for your life and try not to think about the fact that everyone you love is dead, because if they decide your level of emotional wellbeing is dropping, they will kill you to keep it from "spreading". Just a reminder, that computers don't have emotions or morals, and they will follow the instructions they're given exactly, like the ultimate Literal Genie.

  • Adam's goal in the second season of Heroes is to unleash the Shanti Virus and kill 99.93% of the human population because people suck.

  • Hyperdrive had a hilarious song, "Kill the Humans", which can be heard here.

  • Lexx: His Divine Shadow wants to destroy all of mankind to avenge an ancient grudge. The second season's Big Bad seeks to take the concept yet further by converting all matter in the universe in its image. The series being what it was, both largely succeed.

  • Mystery Science Theater 3000: Crow and Tom sometimes veer into this territory, and the one time Mike attempted to build a robot... did not go well.

  • Next (2020): Next decides to do this, considering humans a threat toward its existence.

  • Defied in the Person of Interest episode "The Cold War" when Benevolent A.I. the Machine asks the evil A.I. Samaritan why it doesn't Kill All Humans instead of seeking to rule them. Samaritan responds that humans are necessary for gathering information, the lifeblood of an Artificial Intelligence.

  • Helen Cutter in Primeval decides that Humans Are the Real Monsters and goes back in time to prevent humanity's evolution altogether. It's pointed out that her actions will also erase her from existence, but she apparently doesn't care.

  • The Simulants in Red Dwarf are Robot Soldiers who uniformly see humans as the vermin of the Universe and will kill them on sight, play murderous cat-and-mouse games, or torture them for years. They were created by humans to kill other humans, and it's not clear whether they were programmed to hate all humans or it's a case of A.I. Is a Crapshoot.

  • The alien impersonating Dr. Harry Vanderspeigle comes to Earth for this reason in Resident Alien. But his ship crashes and he starts to question whether he should as he gets to know humans.

  • Star Trek: Enterprise: As part of a Batman Gambit, the Spherebuilders convince the Xindi that humanity will destroy their homeworld in the future, so they decide to destroy Earth first. An alternate timeline shows them going to the trouble of tracking down and destroying human colonies even after Earth is destroyed. This is somewhat reasonable, as expecting humans to not want vengeance after Earth is destroyed would be the height of silliness. The Spherebuilders' reason for wanting all humans dead is that via Time Travel, they're aware that a few centuries down the road, an alliance between humans and Xindi (and the rest of the species in the Federation) will thwart their invasion of this universe, so they pull a large-scale Let's You and Him Fight to make sure that alliance can never happen.

  • Tidelands (Netflix): Adrielle intends to exterminate humanity so that sirens can reign supreme.

  • Ultraman Gaia: The Radical Destruction Bringer desires to kill all humans, seeing mankind as a carcinogen upon the universe. Through its messenger the Shinigami, it presents itself as a Well-Intentioned Extremist by claiming mankind's extinction is essential to Earth and the universe's survival, but Reiko instantly exposes its hypocrisy by pointing out it just wants to play God and is destroying humanity solely out of its Fantastic Racism. It's also shown that C.O.V and Pazuzu are innocent creatures it kidnapped from their home planets to rampage on Earth in confusion, marking the Radical Destruction Bringer as the greater evil.

  • War of the Worlds (2019): The aliens are clearly intent on this, first wiping out most humans by EMP and then sending in killer robots to hunt down survivors.



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