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The layout is simple: The nefarious Masked Bull has escaped from jail and kidnapped Lily Bovine. Marshal Moo Montana and the C.O.W.boys spring into action, embarking on a mission spanning across different locations in Moo Mesa to take on the Masked Bull's henchmen and rescue Lily.

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The layout is simple: The nefarious Masked Bull has escaped from jail and kidnapped Lily Bovine. Marshal Moo Montana and the C.O.W.boys spring into action, embarking on a mission spanning across different locations in Moo Mesa to take on the Masked Bull's henchmen and rescue Lily.


The layout is simple: The nefarious Masked Bull has escaped from jail and kidnapped Lily Bovine. Marshal Moo Montana and the boys spring into action, embarking on a mission spanning across different locations in Moo Mesa to take on the Masked Bull's henchmen and rescue Lily.

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The layout is simple: The nefarious Masked Bull has escaped from jail and kidnapped Lily Bovine. Marshal Moo Montana and the C.O.W.boys spring into action, embarking on a mission spanning across different locations in Moo Mesa to take on the Masked Bull's henchmen and rescue Lily.



The gameplay is similar to fellow Konami shooters ''Mystic Warriors'' and ''Sunset Riders'' which were released around the same time. Up to a four players run through various colorful stages shooting down bad guys and blowing stuff up, before facing the boss at the end of the stage. From there, you can choose which stage you want to tackle next, all leading to the final showdown with the Masked Bull himself.

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The gameplay is similar to fellow Konami shooters ''Mystic Warriors'' and ''Sunset Riders'' which were released around the same time. Up to a four players run through various colorful stages shooting down bad guys and blowing stuff up, before facing the boss at the end of the stage. From there, you can choose which stage you want to tackle next, all leading to the final showdown with the Masked Bull himself.



* DirtyCop: Sheriff Terrorbull shows up as the first boss in the intro stage. It should come as no surprise that [[spoiler: he's later revealed to be the Masked Bull himself]].

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* DirtyCop: Sheriff Terrorbull shows up as the first boss in the intro stage. It should come as no surprise that [[spoiler: he's later revealed to be the Masked Bull himself]].Bull]].


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* NoNameGiven: The unnamed Spider boss is strangely not given a name. He is the only boss to not have a subtitle on his splash screen.


[[caption-width-right:350: Let's Rodeo Boys!]]

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[[caption-width-right:350: Let's Rodeo Rodeo, Boys!]]


* AdaptationalBadass: Saddlesore Scorpion and Boothill Buzzard, two bumbling henchmen of Sheriff Terrorbull in the show, are much more competent and threatening in this game, taking up the role as bosses.



* TookALevelInBadass: Saddlesore Scorpion and Boothill Buzzard, two minor henchmen in the show, are much more threatening in this game, taking up the role as bosses.


* DeathDealer: Five Card Stud one of the bosses attacks the player with floating playing cards.



* KnifeNut: The Spider Boss of Sheeza Butte is an expert Knife thrower. He attacks the group with a flurry of blades.

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* KnifeNut: The Spider Boss of Sheeza Butte is an expert Knife thrower. He attacks the group with a flurry different patterns of blades.projectile knives.

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[[caption-width-right:350: Let's Rodeo Boys!]]


* BigBad: The Masked Bull (really disguised as Sheriff Terrorbull) is the villain of the game.

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* BigBad: The Masked Bull (really disguised as [[spoiler: (Really Sheriff Terrorbull) Terrorbull)]] is the villain of the game.


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* DirtyCop: Sheriff Terrorbull shows up as the first boss in the intro stage. It should come as no surprise that [[spoiler: he's later revealed to be the Masked Bull himself]].


* AdaptationDisplacement: It's likely most people remember and are more familiar with the video game more than the cartoon it is based on.

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A ''Creator/{{Konami}}'' ShootEmUp licensed arcade game released in 1992, based on the [[WesternAnimation/WildWestCowboysOfMooMesa namesake cartoon series]].

The layout is simple: The nefarious Masked Bull has escaped from jail and kidnapped Lily Bovine. Marshal Moo Montana and the boys spring into action, embarking on a mission spanning across different locations in Moo Mesa to take on the Masked Bull's henchmen and rescue Lily.

In this game you can play as any of the four playable heroes: Marshal Moo Montana, Cowlorado Kid, Dakota Dude, and a fourth hero, Buffalo Bull.

The gameplay is similar to fellow Konami shooters ''Mystic Warriors'' and ''Sunset Riders'' which were released around the same time. Up to a four players run through various colorful stages shooting down bad guys and blowing stuff up, before facing the boss at the end of the stage. From there, you can choose which stage you want to tackle next, all leading to the final showdown with the Masked Bull himself.

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!!This Video Game Contains examples of:

* AdaptationDisplacement: It's likely most people remember and are more familiar with the video game more than the cartoon it is based on.
* BigBad: The Masked Bull (really disguised as Sheriff Terrorbull) is the villain of the game.
* BigBoosHaunt: The Ghost Town stage takes place in a literal namesake. The boss is Boothill Buzzard.
* DamselInDistress: Lily Bovine.
* FriendlyFireProof: Thankfully, you can't shoot each other in Multiplayer.
* InevitableWaterfall: In the Sheeza Butte level, there is a section where the guys have to swim up a waterfall, all while avoiding cascading debris falling downward.
* KnifeNut: The Spider Boss of Sheeza Butte is an expert Knife thrower. He attacks the group with a flurry of blades.
* LevelsTakeFlight: The Niagara Desert and Wagon Train stages involves the heroes carried by birds as they blast airborne enemies.
* LifeMeter: Uncommon of a game of this genre, the characters can take up to three hits before dying.
* SmartBomb: The heroes can grab a special item that functions as this. Firing one massive shot that fills the screen.
* TookALevelInBadass: Saddlesore Scorpion and Boothill Buzzard, two minor henchmen in the show, are much more threatening in this game, taking up the role as bosses.
* TheWildWest: The Overall Setting of the game.

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