Enemigos are the goons of Hex Hatfield, who runs one of the largest crime rings in town. They try to prevent Cactus McCoy from getting to the home of the emerald by their various weapons. When an Enemigo is defeated, he drops his money and even his weapon, if the player is lucky. The probability of getting his weapon will increase as Cactus McCoy juggles him more. They appear in every area.
Types of Enemigo in Cactus McCoyEdit
There are eleven types of Enemigos in Cactus McCoy and The Curse of Thorns. These are:
- Scarecrow Enemigo (red, stable - does not attack)
- Green Swinging Enemigo (can wield a Cactus, Longsword, Katana, Guitar, Banjo, Shovel, 2 x 4, Bat or Bone)
- White Swinging Enemigo (can wield a Stick, Nightstick, Pipe, Sickle, Machete, Cutlass or Crowbar)
- Brown Swinging Enemigo (can wield a Pool Cue, Scythe, Pickaxe, Mallet, Morningstar or Axe)
- Punching Enemigo (Red)
- Throwing Enemigo (Blue, can throw Sheriff badges, Playing cards, Cherry Bombs, Daggers, Tomahawks, TNT, or Grenades)
- Yellow Shooting Enemigo (can wield a Crossbow, Harpoon gun, Shotgun, Blunderbuss, Flamethrower or Machine gun)
- Grey Shooting Enemigo (can wield a Revolver, Derringer or Roman candle)
- Whipping Enemigo (Purple)
- Gatling Gun Enemigo (Dark blue, stable)
- Bazooka Enemigo (Dark green, stable)
Types of Enemigo in Cactus McCoy 2Edit
In Cactus McCoy 2: The Ruins of Calavera, there are more types of Enemigos. They are:
- Green Swinging Enemigo
- White Swinging Enemigo
- Throwing Enemigo
- Grey Shooting Enemigo
- Punching Enemigo
- Blue Swinging Enemigo
- Cactus McCoy Imposter
- Yellow Shooting Enemigo
- Whipping Enemigo
- Snap Dragons
- Thrusting Enemigo
- Green Guerillas
- Cave Crawlers
- Ship Captains
- None of the Enemigos' faces (except for their eyes) are seen in the first game. They are completely clothed.
- The colours of the Enemigos are given according to their clothes' colours.
- No blood comes out of an Enemigo when he is hit or shot. This is presumably to make the game more child-friendly.
- The word "Enemigo" means "enemy" in Spanish.
- On the Flipline Blog, it was revealed that the decision to call the enemies Enemigos was inspired by a review on an earlier Flipline game on a Spanish website that referred to the baddies in that game as "enemigos."