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8.28 / 10
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Average Prices: USD $5,500 to $9,500
Manufacturer: Midway Manufacturing Company (1988-1999)
Produced: October, 1998
Production Run: 903 units
Machine Type: Solid State Electronic
MPU: Williams WPC-95
Players: 4
Design by: Tom Kopera, Matt Coriale
Art by: John Youssi
Dots/Animation by: Adam Rhine, Jim Raff
Mechanics by: Louis Toy
Music by: Rob Berry
Sound by: Rob Berry
Cactus Canyon is a pinball machine produced by Midway (under the Bally brand name). It is the WPC machine with the shortest production run (as the production for the new Pinball 2000 generation had to be started), thus making it a rare machine amongst collectors and the most expensive one of the whole WPC generation (only being beaten by Capcoms ultra-rare Big Bang Bar when considering all modern pinball machines).

Although fully playable, the software has never been finished (rumours exist that the home machine of Matt Coriale features a complete version). The final version (along with a re-run of the whole machine) was announced by The Pinball Factory (who bought the rights for the machine) to be released for 2007.

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Cost Location Date
EUR 8,251 Austria 13 May, 2017
USD $14,000 Illinois, United States 20 March, 2017
AUD $11,095 New South Wales, Australia 30 July, 2016
GBP 6,000 Buckland Dinham, United Kingdom 08 July, 2016
GBP 6,000 Buckland Dinham, United Kingdom 11 June, 2016
USD $12,750 Kentucky, United States 06 June, 2016
USD $13,995 Colorado, United States 02 February, 2016
AUD $9,995 New South Wales, Australia 04 January, 2016
USD $18,000 Texas, United States 06 February, 2015
USD $11,950 North Carolina, United States 14 July, 2014

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