Coyote Console

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Coyote Console was a British video game developer founded in 1998 as Coyote Developments Ltd by former employees of Acclaim Studios London. The company first began started off by developing Game Boy sound drivers and MIDI-editing tools before moving on to handheld and console game development a year later. It is likely the company went defunct in 2009, as the company hasn't developed anything since the release ofWonder World: Amusement Park.

1st Logo (March 2, 2001-September 18, 2006)

Logo: On a spring setting with flowers, a brown stone moves up at the center of the screen, then multiple carved stones rise up and form the company's logo (which consists of a stylized coyote howling at a moon with "Coyote" in a Simpsons-like font at the bottom of it). The camera then moves up to the logo, which then fades out.

Technique: CGI animation.

Music/Sounds: Ambient sounds, followed by a coyote howling.

Availability: Seen on the company's earlier games, starting from European Super League.

2nd Logo (November 29, 2006-January 20, 2009)

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Logo: On a white or black background, we see a crudely drawn and more cartoony version of the logo from before, but in color and an added cactus next to the coyote, underneath the coyote and the cactus is a border with the words "Coyote" in the same font as the last logo and "C O N S O L E" in a spaced-out Ad Lib font below it.

Technique: None.

Music/Sounds: None or the opening theme of the game.

Availability: First seen on the infamous Home Alone game for the PlayStation 2, then appeared on later games by the company, like The Flintstones: Bedrock Racing.

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