Williams Street Games

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Background

Williams Street Games was the short-lived video game division of Williams Street Productions. In 2009, it was folded into Adult Swim Games.

(November 1, 2007-January 8, 2008)

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Logo: The logo is presented in grayscale. There is a curved name "WILLIAMS STREET GAMES" above, and two pencil-drawn old-style animals, an anthropomorphic monkey with a shovel and an elephant holding a bat. They start battling each other, cross their weapons, then throw them to the ground. Then they engage in a melee fight, and the monkey begins kicking the elephant until they both fall. A whale rises from below, opens its mouth, and swallows the fallen animals, taking them out. The logo then fades out.

Trivia: This was also unofficially used as a former logo for Adult Swim Games, not unlike how the regular Williams Street logo is used as Adult Swim's unofficial closing logo.

FX/SFX: Deliberately cheap 2D animation.

Music/Sounds: Various sound effects from the Atari 2600's Television Interface Adapter, including stock sound effects from the Atari 2600's ports of Pac-Man and Donkey Kong, backtracked by a chiptune ditty.

Availability: Seen on Aqua Teen Hunger Force Zombie Ninja Pro-Am and Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law.


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