Playtonic Games

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Playtonic Games was originally formed by several notable members of Rare, who sought out to fund and develop (with help from Kickstarter) a spiritual successor to their most acclaimed game during the NIntendo 64 era, Banjo-Kazooie, known as Yooka-Laylee.


Logo: On a space background with white clouds, we see a blue box with a chemical bottle inside and triangles. The eyes sit there for three seconds and then falls onto the text therein jumping from the letters "PL" to "IC" which then bounces on it until it reaches on top of the box. It looks both ways, then moves to the right and the letters and the "games" text falls before stopping at the right side of the background.

Technique: Cartoony CGI animation.

Music/Sounds: The logo plays sound effects of toys squeaking, magic sounds and xylophones (when the text falls)

Availability: Can be found on the 2017 game Yooka-Laylee.

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