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SEK is an abbreviation for "Spieleentwicklungskombinat". It was a German developer, with the 30 percent holding by Sunflowers. After the release of ParaWorld, the financial loss hit the company and made it dissolve in 2007.

1st Logo (2001)


Logo: Among working gears, the logo plate (with a worker holding his arm up with a hammer) with "SEK" carved below descends on two steel chains. It appears turned but then corrects to the normal position and shines.

Technique: Moving gear and descending shield.

Music/Sounds: Gear working and chain lowering sounds followed by a firecracker.

Availability: Seen on Diggles: The Myth of Fenris.

2nd Logo (2006)

Logo: In a dark environment, the worker hits the iron plate twice with his hammer, then he rises his arm with the hammer and the picture gets outlined with a red background. The worker's silhouette is surrounded by a yellow aura. The letters "SEK" are seen below in the frame.

Variant: Early localizations of ParaWorld has the logo still with ragged outline.

Technique: All the animation in the logo.

Music/Sounds: Two sounds of hitting metal with a short four-staged synth.

Availability: Seen on ParaWorld.

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