Shopping Carts. Mops soaked in paint. Jousting. Techno music. Need we say more?
Two Knights joust & duel on the field of honor at a Renaissance Festival with real lances and swords
These guys attempt a jackass style bicycle joust
Two guys line up on opposite ends of a gym with large jousting poles in their hands and ride full speed at eachother. The one dude actually takes a pretty solid hit knocking him hard off his bike.
A couple guys run full speed at each other in a dorm then jump on mattresses and slam into one another. Check out this guys recovery after the collision.
Got muscular fingers? Then Finger Jousting may be for you.
20th September 2007
who had been a member of the Hoplite Association since 2003, an active member of numerous other societies, a 'professional' historical performer for schools, museums and historic sites and someone who was very well known amongst the cyberspace world of reenactment discussion groups passed away.
Tragically this was caused by an accident whilst filming for the Channel 4 'Time Team' programme, and was the result of a freak accident whilst doing a jousting demonstration. The specific details are, perhaps, less important here than the fact that it was quick, he would not have suffered and that he was doing the thing he enjoyed most. re-enacting the past.
For those who are not re-enactors this might be difficult to understand, but the relationships you form with people are very similar to those formed within families. For short, intense periods of time we live and exist so closely with each other that you could describe every little hair on someone's arm, and Paul had a few of those...and not just on his arms! We learn both good points and bad, and those certainly were not exclusive to Paul, and we argue and make up constantly. Just like families do all the time. The passing of one of your 'family' always hits you hard.
Everyone will have their own memories and they are unlikely to fade as the one thing everyone would agree on was that Paul was certainly no wallflower and would make his points with a certain amount of gusto and his own, inimitable flair. He also had strong opinions which he would rigorously defend. We have no doubt that since that terrible day he has been trawling around heaven looking for veterans of the Greek Persian wars trying to substantiate his theories.. and that is a thought that makes us smile.
As a born again Christian and devoted husband to an equally devoted Sharon our hearts go out to her. Nothing can take away the pain, but unlike many who walk this life he has left behind a footprint that is unlikely to fade.
ACOUS-ETAY, DORY EPOWMADON, APERK-ETAY, Paul Allen
Filmed by Mike Crowe:
Following in this distinguished tradition of boredom killing, we give you the Jousting Knights.
Epic Jousting Solar Sustainability Show Learning Fun at Science World
Full Metal Jousting Nutsack Commercial March History Channel
Classic Game Room reviews the JOUST 2: SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST arcade machine at PAPA World Headquarters (Professional and Amateur Pinball Association) from Williams released in 1986. Joust 2 is a one or two player game that costs 1 token (or quarter) and allows you to choose which level of the game you would like to start at. Starting earlier gets more points early on to increase the odds of getting extra birds. Flap your wings with the arcade button and transform into a Pegasus for some of those ground battles in tight spaces, Joust 2 mixes up the traditional Joust video game formula with cool level designs and awesome artwork.
Classic Game Room reviews JOUST for the arcade played on PC. The arcade version of Joust can be found easily (unless you're looking for a real arcade machine in which case they are more rare), this particular version is from the Midway collection that comes with the X-Arcade Tankstick.
Classic Game Room HD reviews JOUST from 1983 for Atari 5200, aka BIRD ASS! That's BirdAssTastic! CGRHD loves Joust and this Atari 5200 version is quite good. Awesome graphics, sound and gameplay make this an Atari 5200 game cartridge worth owning. Don't just stab your enemies in the face, land on them with your BIRD ASS!
Classic Game Room was the FIRST classic video game review show on the Internet in 1999. Returning in 2008 with new episodes, Classic Game Room breaks out a review of JOUST for the Xbox 360 Live Arcade! Developed by Williams and originally released in the arcade in 1982, Joust was a smash coin-op, old school video game hit. To this day Joust remains one of the best 2D arcade titles to date and is amazingly fun to plady. Joust has been released on just about every video game console system in history including the Atari 2600, 7800, NES, Playstation and Xbox Live Arcade. There was even a Joust pinball machine! Be sure to watch the original Classic Game Room episodes. Classic Game Room was the original classic video game review show on the Internet in 1999-2000, now on DVD. Wii, PS3, Xbox 360. Pro system. XBLA, gamer points, gamerpoint, gamerpoints, how to get, achievements, achievement, co-op, joust 2, ps3, wii.
May 20, 2000. The boys at CGR review the PlayStation 1 PS1 remake of the classic arcade hit, JOUST, on the Williams Greatest Arcade Hits disc. This game is also playable on the PS3 PlayStation 3! Fly giant birds and carry sticks to stab your opponents, Joust was an early 80's arcade classic with fun, unique gameplay. It only required one button and a joystick and was brilliant. Joust has since been released on just about every game console ever made, including the Xbox 360 Live XBLA, Gameboy, NES, Atari 2600, 7800 and PlayStation. It is a one and two player game and was EVEN made into a PINBALL machine!!! Classic Game Room reviewed Atari, NES, Nintendo, Sega Genesis, Dreamcast and PlayStation... too bad they didn't get to Xbox 360, PS3, PS2 or Wii. Now Classic Game Room is covering the new systems. Classic Game Room is on DVD.