Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure Screenshots

User Screenshots

Amiga version

Title screen.
Bill and Ted are going to fail if they don't get an A+ grade!
Rufus is here to help with the phone booth time machine (now where else have I seen that concept...).
Strange things are afoot at the Circle K.
You have to enter the proper date into the phone to travel through time.
Traveling back to the ice age.
A caveman in prehistoric times.
Traveling to find Socrates.
Socrates asks you to answer a riddle before he will join you.
Collecting coins on the way to the Oracle.
Miss a jump and you can plunge back to the start.
We don't have the right item to get Freud away from his mother.
Looking for Napoleon on the battlefield.
You can only have two historical figures with you at one time. Drop them off at the San Dimas Mall so you can retrieve others.
Here we have Socrates and Napoleon waiting at the San Dimas Mall. Depending on the game mode, you will need to gather six or twelve historical figures to win.
Visiting Beethoven
Bringing a gift to Einstein.
The old West.
A little bit of action against Billy the Kid's cowboys.
Lincoln in the Oval Office.
You have to do a little platforming to reach Michelangelo.
Nero needs a certain special item to "save Rome".
Rescuing Joan of Arc before her Walkman melts.
Navigating the Bastille looking for Marie Antoinette.
The gangs all here. All we need now is a ride...
Here comes Missie, I mean Mom, to pick everyone up.
Bill and Ted present their project.
Each of the historians is displayed.
An A+ grade! Now Ted won't need to worry about going to military school.
As reward, you get a Wild Stalyns concert!

Commodore 64 version

Rufus, a ex-student, appears from the future to help Bill and Ted pass the exam
"That'll teach them pirates, eh, Ted?"
Starting out at Circle K
Use the phone booth to teleport to a different time period
Beaming out (The C64 version illustrates this as a series of pink lines.)
Say hello to Joan of Arc
Say hello to Ludwig Beethoven
More often than not, you will need to give objects to people if you are going to put them to good use
Bill and Ted have just landed in the middle of nowhere
Jumping over a fence
Napoleon is following the two back to their phone booth
Say hello to Albert Einstein
Making your way to Genghis Khan
"Sorry to interrupt, dudes, but is Billy the Kid here?"
Say hello to Abraham Lincoln
One of the mini-games. Collect 10 gold coins while navigating a dangerous path

DOS version

Title screen. (MCGA/VGA)
Mr. Ryan lays down the law for Bill & Ted. (MCGA/VGA)
"Rufus!" (MCGA/VGA)
attempting to bag a dude - VGA
"Strange things are afoot at the Circle-K." (MCGA/VGA)
bagged a dude - VGA
title screen - EGA
Bill and Ted's history teacher - EGA
don't forget the offdisk copy protection - EGA
at the mad dog saloon - EGA
watch out for canon fire! - EGA
title screen - CGA
the opening story - CGA
there is a time limit for your mission - CGA
bagging Sigmund Freud - CGA
fell in the river. bogus! - CGA
Looking around inside Circle-K. (MCGA/VGA)
Travelling through the circuits of time. (MCGA/VGA)
1793, outside the Bastille. (MCGA/VGA)
Go through this maze to rescue Marie Antoinette. (MCGA/VGA)
"Noah's Wife?" (MCGA/VGA)
"This is Dave Beeth Oven." (MCGA/VGA)
Avoid the cannonballs, and debris in the battlefield to get Napoleon. (MCGA/VGA)
Now what would Einstein need? (MCGA/VGA)
What's a calculator doing in one million B.C ? (MCGA/VGA)
Give him the calculator and he's your pal. (MCGA/VGA)
"Billy, you are dealing with the oddity of time travel with the greatest of ease." (MCGA/VGA)
Entering Genghis Khan's domain. (MCGA/VGA)
He loves the Twinkies! (MCGA/VGA)
"Socrates. Hey, we know that name!" (MCGA/VGA)
A game similar to Donkey Kong on the path to Michelangelo (1509). (MCGA/VGA)
Naturally Nero wants a violin. (MCGA/VGA)
"Hello. I'm Dr. Freud, but you may call me Siggy." (MCGA/VGA)
Whoa...the Ice Age! (MCGA/VGA)
After picking up the presenters you gotta drop them off at the San Dimas mall. (MCGA/VGA)
Einstein & Genghis hanging out in the mall. (MCGA/VGA)
"So, Bill, what you're telling me, essentially, is that Napoleon was a short dead dude." (MCGA/VGA)
Michelangelo is busy painting. (MCGA/VGA)
Gonna meet the President! (MCGA/VGA)
"These two great gentlemen are dedicated to a proposition which was true in my time, just as it's true today. Be excellent to each other. And... PARTY ON, DUDES! " (MCGA/VGA)
Collecting coins to convince Socrates. (MCGA/VGA)