All Planet Profiles from Meteos Wars.
Original description - "Upon request, I've put up biographies for each of the 40 planets available in Meteos Wars (including those in the Planet Pack and Galaxy Pack), plus the one known simply as Unknown, which is actually a placeholder for any planet not yet unlocked. You can't actually play as Unknown.
The profile for each planet shows what the lifeform looks like, the size of the planet, the population of intelligent life, the typical size of the lifeform, and a brief description about being on the planet. Of practical use are the number of columns of the planet's playing field, its Planet Impact, the types of Meteos found there, and the frequency down to the hundredth of a percent.
There is one error that I know of, however: Gigagush's width is 10 in its profile, but it's actually only 9 columns wide. (EDIT: I've been notified that there's another error: Gelyer's profile says it's 9 columns wide, but it's actually 8.)
By the way, the Japanese version of the official site is still up for the original game (the English language site has since been removed) and gives even more detailed information, though online translators can only take me so far...However, it does clear up some oddities in the profiles though, most notably how Suburbion can be only 40 kilometers wide but is worth 9 columns and fits 4 billion people who are 18 meters (58 feet) tall on average. Suburbion, as it seems, is a FLEET of identical-looking space stations.
It does have some interesting tidbits though, such as a visual size comparison of every race in the DS game. The Layazeroes are so small, they're portrayed as a yellow dot next to the inhabitants of Megadom, the second-smallest group (tied with the Vubblies on Vubble).
In the future, I may put up annotated links to a video featuring each planet."
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