DreamWorks Interactive

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


DreamWorks Interactive was the video game division of DreamWorks Pictures, established in March 1995 as a joint-venture between DreamWorks and Microsoft to develop games based on the studio's properties. In 2000, following the critical failure of Trespasser (based on The Lost World: Jurassic Park), it was sold to Electronic Arts to form EA Los Angeles. In 2010, the company was renamed to "Danger Close Games", only to quietly go defunct in 2013.

Logo (March 24, 1996-October 23, 2000)

Visuals: Same as the DreamWorks Television logo, except that "SKG" is absent, and "INTERACTIVE" slowly fades in below the line as the clouds move away.

Trivia: Like DreamWorks Television, this logo debuted a year before its film counterpart.

Variant: The logo is still on Someone's In The Kitchen! and The Neverhood.

Custom Variants: See this page for details. On these custom variants, the logo looks much cheaper, with the moon and clouds having a purple tint, the boy being white, the sky being black and the name in a different font.

Technique: Computer animation.

Audio: The ending of the DreamWorks logo, a 7-note tune (but the guitar is replaced by a French horn; this variant of the theme was also used on the film MouseHunt), the main theme of the game or silence. The game variants have sound effects corresponding to the actions.

Availability: Appears on Chaos Island: The Lost World, Warpath: Jurassic Park, Skullmonkeys, Small Soldiers: Squad Commander and BoomBots.

  • The rest of the variants only appear on their respective games.
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