Cactus Canyon

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Cactus Canyon
Cactus Canyon (pinball).jpg
Manufacturer Midway
Release date October 1998
System Midway WPC-95
Design Tom Kopera, Matt Coriale
Artwork John Youssi
Sound Rob Berry
Dots/Animation Adam Rhine, Jim Raff
Voice Talent Mark MacLean, Rob Berry, Marie Burke
Production run 903

Cactus Canyon is a pinball machine designed by Tom Kopera and Marr Coriale and produced by Midway (under the Bally brand name). The marketing slogan is "The West has never been this wild !"[1]


Players assume the role of a new Sheriff of Cactus Canyon. The goal is to survive many confrontations with the bad guys, save the damsel in distress that is tied to the tracks, seek a fortune in a gold mine and help the citizens during a stampede.[2]

The table include 2 flippers, 2 pop bumpers, 4 popup "bad guy" drop targets.[3] The Bart Brother figure moves and taunts players.[2]

It is the WPC machine with the shortest production run as the production stopped to start with the new Pinball 2000 generation.[3] Although fully playable, the software has never been finished.[4] The game uses the DCS Sound System.[2]

Digital version[edit]

Cactus Canyon is available for purchase as a licensed table of The Pinball Arcade for several platforms.


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