Cactus Canyon

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Manufacturer

Bally Manufacturing Co.

October 1st, 1998

903 units

Cactus Canyon on the IPSND.


Main details

Williams WPC-95
4 player game

dot matrix

normal

manual+automatic

No

Yes

No

No


Popularity and ranking

This machine has been rated by 356 users and currently ranks #34 in the Top 100

Playfield details

4
2
3
2
0
0
0
4
No
No
No

Design team

Game Design: Matt Coriale Tom Kopera
Mechanics: Louis Toy
Artwork: John Youssi
Animation: Adam Rhine Jim Raff
Sound: Rob Berry
Music: Rob Berry


Noteworthy features

  • Moving Train-on-track
  • Bad Bart head, with popup hat
  • Mineshaft, with closing door
  • Twin 6-shooters
  • Beer Mug
  • Latest upgrade: Rom chip to V. 1.3
  • http://www.pinball.wms.com/games/cactus/
  • http://www.pinball.com/games/cactus/rules.html

Trivia

  • Production of Cactus Canyon was halted at only 903 units to begin production of Williams' Pinball 2000 venture.
  • Cactus Canyon was the last Williams standard pinball machine cabinet produced. Stern would resume producing games of this type in 1999.

Backbox ornament(s)

None

Video mode

Gunfight - Almost a video mode, the gunfight takes place on the DMD whilst you aim for the raised drop target on the playfield.

Latest software version

V1.3 - April 24, 1999

Click here to view the changelog.

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