Club Acclaim was formed in late 1999 as Acclaim Entertainment's kids division.
1st Logo (Late 1999-2002)
Logo: On a white background, we see a sky blue crayon zig-zag line. Over it is the jumbled word "CLUB", and the jumbled text "Acclaim" in the corporate logo font with a purple arrow line below it. Sometimes, the background is black.
- There is a black and white variation on one Mary-Kate & Ashley game for Game Boy.
- On Antz Racing for Game Boy Color, copyright info is shown below. Then it cuts to the Light & Shadow Production logo and then to the DreamWorks logo.
- On the PC version of Mary-Kate & Ashley's Dance Party Of The Century, the logo is on a black background and it dissolves in and out.
Availability: Common. Seen on Mary-Kate & Ashley games for Game Boy Color, PlayStation, and PC, Bust-A-Move: Millennium and Antz Racing both for Game Boy Color, and the Sega Dreamcast version of Bust-A-Move 4. The black and white variation is quite rare. Also appears on the Game Boy Advance version of Mary-Kate & Ashley: Sweet 16: Licensed to Drive. Super Bust-A-Move doesn't have this logo even though the division is mentioned on the copyright screen, but the game itself just has the regular Acclaim logo.
2nd Logo (November 18, 2002, February 14, 2003)
Logo: Same as before, except the crayon zig-zag line is now red , "CLUB" is now in RBG colors, and "Acclaim" now has a blue shade behind it. The arrow line is mysteriously gone.
Availability: Extremely rare. This only appeared on the PlayStation 2 and GameCube versions of Mary-Kate & Ashley: Sweet 16: Licensed to Drive.