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Joust - Video Game Classic Series South
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In the game of Joust, your knight rides around on a particular type of bird. This bird is famous for doing something to hide from problems or danger. I have done that with the cache.
Joust was an arcade game developed by John Newcomer at Williams Electronics and released in 1982. The player used a button and joystick to control a knight riding a flying ostrich. The object was to progress through levels by defeating groups of enemy knights riding buzzards.
Console versions of Joust were developed by General Computer for Atari. The 2600 version was programmed by Mike Feinstein and Kevin Osborne. The 5200 version was programmed by Mike Horowitz, Allen Wells, and Steve Syzmanski. The 7800 version was programmed by Pete Gaston and Ed Arenberg.
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