2D Boy

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


2D Boy is a indie game development company formed by former Electronic Arts employees Kyle Gabler and Ron Carmel. They are best known for making the famous game World Of Goo. The company name changed to Tomorrow Corporation with the release of Little Inferno.

Logo (October 13, 2008-)

Visuals: On a black background, a white hand places the text "2D BOY" on screen. The hand then wipes the text, revealing a white blob with the text "Presents" on it.

Variants: On their website, there are no splats and the word "ENTERTAINMENT" appears on the bottom after the animation is done

Technique: Flash animation.

Audio: The main menu music.

Availability: Seen on the game World of Goo and later used in World of Goo 2.

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