BAM! Entertainment

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Background

BAM! Entertainment (formerly Bay Area Multimedia, Inc.) was an American video game publisher based in San Jose, California, that was founded by Ray Musci in October 1999. The company didn't use a logo until 2000. The company continued to published licensed games until 2005, when the company went defunct after filing for bankruptcy.

Logo (July 12, 2000-March 2005)

Visuals: On a white background, there is the text "bam!entertainment" in Futura font.

Later Variant: Starting in 2001, "entertainment" is no longer shown on the right of the left, and instead the text "bam!" is larger, and has the text "entertainment" is shown on the bottom of the letter.

Variants:

  • On the three Powerpuff Girls games for the Game Boy Color, and the Game Boy Advance game of Mojo Jojo A Go-Go, the Sennari Interactive logo is shown below the logo.
  • On the two Sports Illustrated for Kids games for the Game Boy Advance, a border surrounds the logo.
  • On Dexter's Laboratory: Deesaster Strikes! for the Game Boy Advance, the Virtucraft logo is shown on the left side of the logo.
  • On some games, the background is black.
  • In the European version of Runabout 3: Neo Age, the logo is superimposed onto a city background.

Technique: Sprite animated graphics.

Audio: None.

Availability: Seen on localized and distributed titles by the company, such as Transformers: Beast Wars Transmetals (PSX) and Fire Pro Wrestling (GBA).