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Article #892 (923 is last): From: aa338@cleveland.Freenet.Edu (Mark Leair) >Newsgroups: freenet.sci.comp.atari.spec.video Subject: Re: Strange Joust trick Reply-To: aa338@cleveland.Freenet.Edu (Mark Leair) Date: Sat Apr 23 14:22:41 1994 In a previous article, aa852@cleveland.Freenet.Edu (Barry W. Cantin) says: > >Bryan Woodworth told me of an odd way he killed the pterodactyl in >Joust. His bird's posterior (presumably accidentally) backed into >the ptero and KILLED it! Anybody else try this? I haven;t been able >to get it to work but Bryan said it was a one-shot deal for him. > >Maybe this is how we get to the Tempest Easter Egg in the game? ;-) > >No, no, no I won't resurrect that one... it's an old April Fool's >joke...
I haven't played Joust in a while, but I thought one needs to kill the ptero when its mouth was open...perhaps if you can some how land on top of it with the posterior end when the ptero's mouth is open and attacking???? It is hard to explain what I'm talking about... :) Hmmm...now I wish I had my Joust card... --