For detailed information about this series, see: Vermin at In the AtticVermin is a videogame released by Nintendo on July 10, 1980 in the first series of Game & Watch games, currently known as the Silver Series. The game features two buttons to move left and right a man holding two clubs that he must use to knock the moles on the head as they approach. An identical version was also distrubuted in the US with the title Extermintator by Mego/Time-Out.
The game was also included in Game Boy Gallery, released for Game Boy on April 27, 1995, featuring updated graphics, and in Game & Watch Gallery 2, released for Game Boy on September 27, 1997, including a "Classic" version, loyal to the original, and a "Modern" version, with updated gameplay and graphics featuring Mario characters.
In 2009 a port of the original game was also made available for the Nintendo DSiWare.
Links to other series
|Game & Watch Gallery||April 27, 1995||Vermin is playable in Game Boy Gallery and Game & Watch Gallery 2; it's also one of the "Gallery" games in Game & Watch Gallery.||2
|Mario||September 27, 1997||UNDIRECT: Modern Vermin within Game & Watch Gallery 2 features elements from the Mario series.||1
|Super Smash Bros.||November 21, 2001||In one of Mr. Game & Watch's moves he uses the hammers from Vermin.||1
|Wario||March 21, 2003||In the microgame "Vermin", featured in WarioWare, inc.: Minigame Mania, Wario finds himself within the Vermin game.||1|