Adrenium Games

From Audiovisual Identity Database

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Background

Adrenium Games was a console development team within Amaze Entertainment. It was started in 1999 and released three games. After Amaze was acquired by Foundation 9 Entertainment in 2006, the studio was abandoned.

(November 25, 2001-November 10, 2004)



Logo: We see many silver drops (with a green wireframe texture over them) merging into each other. The camera zooms out to reveal the word "ADRENIUM" made of these drops. A green light streak comes and draws "GAMES" with a line below. There is also the byline "AN AMAZE ENTERTAINMENT STUDIO" below all.

Variant: There is an early variant where the logo morphs from a moshed state on a black background. It looks glossier overall, and the byline is green and capitalized. This only appeared on Azurik: Rise of Perathia for Xbox.

Technique: The animation of the silver drops and the green streak line, both done quite cheaply.

Music/Sounds: A loud dramatic music with a fading end, then we can hear an electric sound.

Availability: Seen on Azurik: Rise of Perathia (except it used the early version instead of the final), Samurai Jack, and Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events (except the PC version, where it uses the KnowWonder logo instead).

Legacy: The music is a little loud and can startle those who weren’t expecting it.

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