Joust is a superb game if a person likes "zipper flippers".
An unknown EM for many now, but just like Fireball and Four Million B.C., Ted Zale games hold their own.
Keep up the good work, especially the playfield vector art.
Let me know if I can be of assistance.
The colors below are the actual factory colors in their original vibrancy including the plastics for reference.
The jousting lance color on the cabinet and sides is "antique gold" similar to Eight Ball Deluxe.
If you are doing a full cabinet restencil don't forget the blue spatter effect that is on top of the ivory white for the side and backbox.
I am doing some clear vinyl decaling for the pop bumpers in vector to match other games of the period.
There were no hot stamps done for this game, and the original factory white caps just seem bare.
Using 10 and 100 point caps, makes the game just not look right.
A hot stamp mold for this game would be ridiculously expensive for several sets of caps.
Not that many left of this title now in the world from the original 1000+.
People love playing this game, but still get their a$$ handed to them, if they do not know how to play EMs and strategy of the game.