Atod AB

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Atod AB (also known as 42-Bit AB) was a video game developer located in Helsingborg, Sweden. It was established in 1987 and formally incorporated as company in 1992 by Christofer Nilsson and Thomas Liljetoft. Atod was active until 2003, when it was merged with British game developer Warthog Games and renamed to Warthog Sweden. In May 2006, after then-owner Gizmondo went bankrupt, the company was acquired by British publisher and developer Eidos Interactive (later "Square Enix Europe").

1st Logo (1992)

Logo: TBA.

Technique: None.

Music/Sounds: None.

Availability: Seen on Troddlers.

2nd Logo (1998-2002)

Logo: We zoom out of a red swirl, glowing inside the outlined letter "O". The word "atod" becomes visible lying in perspective. The red dot remains inside the letter, but the swirl goes outside, sending sparks, and draws the uneven oval outside, which becomes solid red and shines.

Technique: Light sparks and effects.

Music/Sounds: Loud sparkling and humming sounds.

Availability: Seen on Hot Wheels: Extreme Racing, Jeremy Mcgrath Supercross '98 and Mobil 1 British Rally Championship for PlayStation.

3rd Logo (2002-2004)

See the Warthog logo.

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