GameTek

From Audiovisual Identity Database



Background

GameTek was a publisher and developer formed in 1987 as a subsidiary of IJE Inc., based in Florida. In July 1997, the company's European assets were sold to Take-Two Interactive Software, while the main office in Florida filed for bankruptcy and closed year after.

1st Logo (1987-1991)

Logo: TBA.

Variants: TBA.

Technique: TBA.

Music/Sounds: TBA.

Availability: TBA.

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2nd Logo (1991-1998)

Logo: We see the word "GAMETEK". A blue ball poses inside the "A" letter.

Variants:

  • The early version has a lighter cyan color instead of blue and seems to be a bit more leaned. The later version shows a solid 3D effect, including the ball.
  • On some published games, a corresponding announcer appears above.
  • On CyberBykes, the logo is redone in a futuristic font.
  • There is an animated version. It has "GAME" slide in, then "TEK" zoom letter-by-letter and the ball jumps the logo to take its place. The logo appears on some games from Imagitec Design.
  • On Star Crusader, the logo shares the screen with the Take-Two logo.
  • On Tesserae, the white background spreads around the small box with the logo.

Technique: None, except for the animated variant.

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

Availability: Rather common on older games.

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