Side by Side is a video series on local multiplayer games. This is episode 7 of 15.

This week Joel Goodwin of Electron Dance and Gregg Burnell of Tap-Repeatedly have a go at playing Johann Sebastian Joust on Windows. Watch the video here or direct on YouTube.

The series theme is the delightful “Adventures in your sleep” by The Blake Robinson Synthetic Orchestra.

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3 thoughts on “Side by Side: JS Joust on Windows

  1. What a shame that you guys missed out on JS Joust! Still, having played JSJ a few times I have to say that lemony spoony looks like a startlingly faithful interpretation.

  2. Well I did play it once in NY with Eric & Richard Hofmeier! The folk game of Lemon Joust, if I recall correctly, precedes JS Joust and I think Doug Wilson was unaware of it when he developed the idea. Don’t quote me, but that’s what my memory tells me.

    I’m going to get a Linux env sorted out one of these days on my laptop just to play Joust =)

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