Joust Screenshots

User Screenshots

Arcade version

Hi-score is empty
Game starts
Attack enemy's head
Battle in progress
Game over

Atari 2600 version

Title screen
Starting a game of Joust
Platforms change from level to level
Beginning an egg wave
Watch out for the unbeatable? pterodactyl

Atari 5200 version

Atari logo and title
Title screen and main menu
Beginning a game
Collect the eggs for bonus points and to prevent more enemies from appearing
Starting an egg wave
Watch out for the unbeatable? pterodactyl

Atari 7800 version

Atari logo
Title screen
Some jousting in progress
Collect the eggs before they hatch!
Watch out for the unbeatable? pterodactyl

Atari 8-bit version

Title Screen
Main Screen
Game Over
Two players mode
Wave introduction
Enemy bird without the warrior
Heading for the egg
Fall from the bird

Atari ST version

Title screen
A game in progress
The start of an egg wave
The unbeatable? Pterodactyl

Lynx version

Title screen
Start of game, buzzard bait!
All waves are faithful to the original
The pterodactyl is also present for when you take too long
Typical gameplay
The reason we play arcade games -- Recognition!

Macintosh version

Title screen
Game running in double-pixel mode
Turning doubled pixels off gives a smaller display, suitable for lower resolution monitors.
Adjustment screen

NES version

Title screen
Japan Title screen
Welcome to Joust
Beginning a game
Watch out for the difficult to kill pterodactyl
If you get too close to the flames they try to grab you in as a poor Bounder demonstrates.
An egg wave.
Unclaimed eggs will hatch to reveal a new knight.
Wave 41 is full of Shadow Lords and Hunters.

PC Booter version

Title Screen
Gameplay screen
Starting a new game
Some jousting in progress

Xbox 360 version

Title and main menu
Jousting on an easy level
Don't fall into the lava!
The pterodactyl appears if you take too long to complete a level