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Released in 1984

Developer: Exidy
Manufacturer: Exidy
Distributor: Exidy

***** (1 total votes)

Cheyenne marquee
game marquee

Game Summary

Protect cowboys from outlaws, indians, and ghosts and capture the criminals featured in WANTED posters before each level.

Hardware Info

Controls: Gun
Horizontal-mounted Raster monitor
320 x 240 Resolution
Colors: 257 Color

Additional Hardware Info (from Mame)

M6809 cpu @ 1 Mhz
M6809 cpu
Custom audio

Hardware Platform

Exidy 440

Mame ROMs

cheyenne, Cheyenne (version 1.0)

Game Details

A Western-themed follow-up to Crossbow that played the same, except with a rifle replacing the crossbow. Levels included a stagecoach ride, a ghost town, a saloon, and a mine. New to this game over Crossbow was an ability to shoot many non-combative items to gain points (the piano player and whiskey bottles in the saloon or small cacti in the stagecoach level are examples.)

Submitted by Jeff Lugar

Cheyenne control panel
control panel

Cheyenne cabinet photo
cabinet photo
Cheyenne title screen
title screen
Cheyenne gameplay screen shot
gameplay screen
Cheyenne promotional flyer
promotional flyer Member Ratings / Comments

***** by BlaineC. Comment: "Cheyenne is awesome. I still remember the piano playing dude, and the cow that moos when you shoot him and turn him into a hamburger." 2005-01-05 01:44:28Z

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This game page was created 8/3/1998 12:00:00 AM and last updated 6/20/2000 9:48:20 PM