First area appearance
While they completely wear blue clothes and a top hat in the first game, they wear orange clothes and a bandanna in Cactus McCoy 2: The Ruins of Calavera. A Throwing Enemigo can be killed with the damage of 15 punching level 1 fists, 22,5 in areas 5 to 12 in Cactus McCoy 2.
Due to the weapons they wield often being small, it is usually hard to spot which throwing weapon a Throwing Enemigo carries unless he starts to attack.
Appearance EditIn the first game, throwing enemies are blue. They wear blue wizard hats, and carry a red backpack, along with a blue uniform. In the second game, they are orange. They wear orange jackets, red vests and carry brown backpacks. They also wear an orange bandanna, and sport a thick white beard. In later levels, they wear an olive-tan wizard hat, and an orange scarf that covers their faces. In jungle-themed levels, they wear(like most jungle-based enemigos) grass skirts and furry boots. This time, they wear orange backpacks, with a cross sash. They wear masks with orange outlines, and a square shaped skull design. They also have orange tattoos.
|Cactus McCoy and The Curse of Thorns||Scarecrow Enemigo * Green Swinging Enemigo * White Swinging Enemigo * Brown Swinging Enemigo * Red Punching Enemigo * Blue Throwing Enemigo * Yellow Shooting Enemigo * Grey Shooting Enemigo * Purple Whipping Enemigo * Gatling Gun Enemigo * Bazooka Enemigo|
|Cactus McCoy 2: The Ruins of Calavera Ordinary Enemigos||Green Swinging Enemigo * White Swinging Enemigo * Orange Throwing Enemigo * Grey Shooting Enemigo * Punching Enemigo * Blue Swinging Enemigo * Yellow Shooting Enemigo * Whipping Enemigo * Thrusting Enemigo * Launching Enemigo|
|Special Enemigos ||Railbenders * Hangmen * Green Guerillas * Kodiaks * Scallywags * Cave Crawlers * Ship Captains * Hexagoons * Cactus McCoy Imposter * Hobos * Snap Dragons|