Complementary material

*Disclaimer: None of the material here is mine. Everything on this page is used strictly for educational purposes. Clicking on images will bring you to their source page where there is typically more information. Also, keep in mind that these are not the only consoles on which Joust and The Seven Cities of Gold were released. What you see here is what was used to create the Deadplay podcast, what was referred to in the podcast, and some bonus material.*

Joust:

Arcade Cabinet:

Credit: Strong Museum of Play

Joust Arcade Pamphlet:


Credit: The Arcade Flyer Archive

Footage:

Atari 2600:

Credit: Strong Museum of Play

Box:


Credit: Strong Museum of Play

Cartridge:


Credit: Strong Museum of Play

Footage:

Atari 7800:

Console:

Credit: Strong Museum of Play

Controller:

Credit: Strong Museum of Play

Box:


Credit: Strong Museum of Play

Cartridge:


Credit: Atariage.com

Footage:

Nintendo Entertainment System:

Console:


Credit: Strong Museum of Play

Controller:


Credit: Strong Museum of Play

Box:


Credit: Strong Museum of Play

Cartridge:


Credit: Strong Museum of Play

Game Boy Advance SP:


Credit: Strong Museum of Play

Box:


Credit: Strong Museum of Play

Cartridge:

Credit: collectiblesonlinedaily.com

Bonus! Joust Two-Player Pinball Machine:


The Internet Pinball Database

Bonus! Joust 3d/Joust Avengers (Cancelled – XBOX/PS2):

Credit: Unseen64.net

Credit: Unseen64.net

Let’s Play:

 

Seven Cities of Gold:

Atari 800 Computer:

Computer:


Credit: Strong Museum of Play

Box:


Credit: Strong Museum of Play

Manual (click to see inside):

Credit: Atarimania.com

Bibliography:

Credit: Atarimania.com

Footage:

Apple II Computer System:


Credit: Strong Museum of Play

Box:


Credit: Strong Museum of Play

Bonus! Commemorative Edition:

Let’s Plays: