The Joust CGA would leave you hooked to the screen and kick in your adrenaline. We all love to ride a horse, right? But what if you are told to ride an ostrich instead? Weird? Shocked? Well, this is what exactly is done in this game Joust CGA.
The game starts with the player pole riding on an ostrich and to win he is needed to knock out other jousters from his path who are also riding an ostrich. That’s it? No there’s more to it. The player is not just required to smash out other players but has to be shrewd enough to pick the eggs before they get hatched and once again you are thronged by more enemies to battle on their blizzards.
To add more element of thrill and make the player more concentrative, he is periodically encountered by a pterodactyl who arrives out of nowhere and knocks off the player who is taking too long to battle. At the same time, the player also needs to be careful, keeping a watch on his way as suddenly he may find the land to have got disappeared and he is left drowning in the sea.
Joust CGA can be played with other two players as well. The graphics are average with more prominence of orange, green and black colors used throughout the game. For all those who like to knock off their opponents, this game would never ever bore their nerves out.
Williams Entertainment Inc.
Founded in 1946 in Chicago, Illinois, Williams Manufacturing Company was a pinball machine manufacturer. The proprietor was Harry Williams who was responsible for developing automatic scoring, kicker-bumpers, and the "tilt" mechanism. Williams became one of the giants in the pinball machine industry during the "Golden Age" of pinball (1960's through the 1980's). Its main competitors were the big names in the industry of the time - Bally, Gottlieb, and Midway.
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