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Artificial Life Presents VERMINATOR

June 17, 2009

Artificial Life Presents “VERMINATOR”

Bringing a lot of “Bugs” to the Apple App Store!

Artificial Life, Inc. today announced the launch of VERMINATOR for the iPhone and iPod touch platforms, retailing at $0.99 in the Apple App Store.

VERMINATOR is dedicated to all iPhone users who hold a grudge against vermin and want to get even with them at last! The game lets players wreak havoc on cockroaches in ways that they would never dare to attempt in reality. In the game, players are able to squish, drag, or split the realistic roaches apart; pin them down and smear them across the screen; or take their time and perform careful dissections right on their device taking full advantage of the iPhone’s touch screen sensitivity!

Game Features:

  • 10 challenging stages of extermination tasks

  • Persistent and intelligent vermin that can endure prolonged torture

  • Extremely lifelike cockroaches to “hunt” ranging from the egg stage to adult

  • Track down the vermin using the touch screen and accelerometer, then drag off different body parts using the multi-touch feature

  • Multiple techniques to torture and torment ranging from quick death tapping to prolonged dissection methodology

  • Shaking of the device or blowing into the mic makes the cockroaches cower and tremble in fear

  • Super disgusting and highly entertaining crunching, squishing, and oozing sound effects accompany the “kill”!

  • Upload scores and share progress with friends through Facebook Connect

For more details about VERMINATOR, please visit:,  or  on the iPhone. The game is now live in the Apple App Store and is available for purchase at: 

“Artificial Life produces games and applications with different genres and features that span across a broad spectrum of designs. We aim to create a diverse portfolio where everyone can find a title which suits their gaming preference. With Verminator, we deliver casual fun and entertaining game play that is appealing in a humorously bizarre way. We hope gamers will love this alternative and entertaining title and have as much fun playing it as we had creating it,” said Eberhard Schoneburg, CEO of Artificial Life, Inc.

(iPod is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the US and other countries. iPhone is a trademark of Apple Inc. App Store is a service mark of Apple Inc. Facebook® is a registered trademark of Facebook Inc.)

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