Ok, when I was younger (like the early 2000s or late 90's) our family got our first computer and it came with WildTangent games (I think that's what the game was on) and there was this game that I could never get away from... It was a top-down (with an angle, not directly top) (survival?) game and it was set on water planet. (so sci-fi) And you started out in an underwater research base and you piloted a futuristic underwater attack vehicle which very much resembled a Cylon raider from Battlestar: Galactica. It was the type of game where you had to search the area and you started out with a blank map and it showed the areas once you had been there, so you had to search. And along the way you;d encounter various types of underwater aliens that were of different sizes and they looked like lobsters (two claws in front and a tail in the back) but they swam and didn't crawl. You could also find parts around the bottom of the ocean and in return you could upgrade your ship. I remember only play one level and I can't remember if that was because I could never get past it or it was a trial and that was the only one you could play, bu I do remember that you had to find this teleporter looking thing and get in it to finish the level, but there was a giant queen-type boss that you had to fight, which was a larger version of the "babies." Sorry for the long description, but I was just putting out what I could remember. Hopefully it's enough for someone to know what I am talking about. P.S. - I'm not for sure if it was a part of WildTangent, but that name keeps coming back to me.