Club Acclaim

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Club Acclaim was formed in late 1999 as Acclaim Entertainment's kids division.

1st Logo (Late 1999-2002)

Visuals: On a white background, there is a sky blue crayon zig-zag line. Over it is the jumbled word "CLUB", and the jumbled text "Acclaim" in the corporate logo font with a purple arrow line below it. Sometimes, the background is black.


  • There is a black and white variation on one Mary-Kate & Ashley game for Game Boy.
  • On Antz Racing for Game Boy Color, copyright info is shown below. Then it cuts to the Light & Shadow Production logo and then to the DreamWorks logo.
  • On the PC version of Mary-Kate & Ashley's Dance Party Of The Century, the logo is on a black background and it dissolves in and out.

Technique: A still graphic.

Audio: None.


  • The standard version of the logo appears on various Mary-Kate & Ashley titles for the Game Boy Color, PlayStation and PC. It also appeared on the Dreamcast version of Bust-A-Move 4, and the Game Boy Color titles Bust-A-Move Millennium and Antz Racing (North American release). Also appears on the Game Boy Advance version of Mary-Kate & Ashley: Sweet 16: Licensed to Drive.
  • While the brand is mentioned in the copyright screen for Super Bust-A-Move, the game and the packaging just have the regular Acclaim logo.

2nd Logo (November 18, 2002-February 14, 2003)

Visuals: Same as before, except the crayon zig-zag line is now red , "CLUB" is now in RBG colors, and "Acclaim" now has a blue shade behind it. The arrow line is mysteriously gone.

Technique: A still graphic.

Audio: None.

Availability: Only appeared on the PlayStation 2 and GameCube versions of Mary-Kate & Ashley: Sweet 16: Licensed to Drive.

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