Pesterminator: The Western Exterminator (NES)

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Pesterminator: The Western Exterminator
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Platform: NES
Year: 1990
Developer: Color Dreams
Buy: Amazon

Pesterminator: The Western Exterminator is a mediocre sidescrolling game developed by Color Dreams based off the extermination company of the same name. The player takes the role of Kernel Kleanup, who must save people's houses and other places from mice, rats, insects, and other creepy crawlies and stop Ronnie the Rat. He uses a hammer to smash them with.


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The title screen.

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Killing bad guys in level 1.

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An atrocious one-screen ending.

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When it's a Color Dreams game, you know the music is going to be bad. The game itself is so bad, Color Dreams didn't want to put credits in their game! There are only 3 songs, one plays at the title, the second one plays in-game which can get very annoying, and a third awful sounding ending theme. While the game doesn't have credits it uses Color Dreams composer John Dwyer's music style making him the composer. It's not the worst music of all time, but it's still pretty bad.


# Title ComposerArranger Length Listen Download
01 Title John DwyerUnknown 1:02
02 In-Game John DwyerUnknown 1:44
03 Ending John DwyerUnknown 0:09


(Source missing, game lacks credits.)

Game Rip

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Pesterminator - The Western Exterminator - NES.jpg
Title: Pesterminator: The Western Exterminator
Platform: NES
Released: 1990-??-??
Publisher: Color Dreams