Trimark Interactive

From Audiovisual Identity Database

Credits
Descriptions by
Logoboy95 and EnormousRat

Captures by
SubparMario63

Editions by
CuriousGeorge60

Background

Trimark Interactive was a video game company founded as a division of Trimark Pictures (formerly under Vidmark Entertainment) in 1994.

1st Logo (1994)

Logo: On a black background, the white box is seen with the text "TRIMARK INTERACTIVE" at the bottom. A black triangle with a golden lion head is above the company name.

Technique: None.

Music/Sounds: None.

Availability: Can be seen on Tornado.

2nd Logo (1994)

Logo: The usual Trimark triangle, now black with white stripes, is placed on a white background. The lion head is a mix of gold and black colors, so is the name word. There are also shadows seen. An airplane flies below, creating "INTERACTIVE".

Technique: The airplane creating word.

Music/Sounds: A jet plane sound.

Availability: Found on Air Havoc Controller and a demo version of The Hive.

3rd Logo (1994-November 6, 1995)

Logo: On a space background, we see a dark green triangle with a golden lion head inside it surrounded by a purple light. Below is the words "TRIMARK INTERACTIVE" written in a gold, same font as in the first logo. The dark green triangle is also carved in stone and in metal, not unlike that used for 20th Century Fox's.

Variant: On National Lampoon's Blind Date, there is no light surrounding the triangle.

Technique: None.

Music/Sounds: None.

Availability: Rare. It can be seen on The Hive for PlayStation and PC. Also appears on National Lampoon's Blind Date.

4th Logo (May 26-August 1, 1995)

Logo: On a black background, the text "TRIMARK INTERACTIVE" appears near the bottom of the screen in a gold font, with "TRIMARK" in the same font as the movie logo. Suddenly, a gray triangle drops above the text. After the gray triangle finishes dropping, a 16-bit profile of a lion's head (from the Trimark Pictures logo) fades in over the triangle.

Variants:

  • On the Sega Genesis version of Warlock, there is a still version of the logo without "INTERACTIVE" text under it. Plus, there's no music.
  • On White Men Can't Jump for Atari Jaguar, the logo is entirely gold similar to the movie logo, surrounded by a blue light a la the 1994 New Line Cinema logo. It is also not animated.

Technique: The gray triangle dropping, the lion fading in.

Music/Sounds: A somewhat loud gunshot sound. None for the still version. However, on White Men Can't Jump, it used the opening theme of the game.

Music/Sounds Trivia: The sound effect plays over the Acclaim Entertainment logo on the Genesis version of Warlock.

Availability: Rare. It was seen on Warlock for the SNES. The still version can be seen on the Genesis version of said game. Also seen on White Men Can't Jump for Atari Jaguar.

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