Dualstar Interactive

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Dualstar Interactive was the video game division of Dualstar Entertainment and was one of eight subsidiaries that Dualstar operated. It was launched in 1999 through a partnership with Acclaim Entertainment.[1] In 2004, Dualstar Interactive filed a lawsuit against Acclaim,[2] which went bankrupt. Acclaim's bankruptcy and subsequent closure and liquidation effectively ended Dualstar Interactive.

1st Logo (December 12, 1999-October 28, 2002)

Visuals: Essentially just a still image of the Dualstar Interactive logo on a white background.


  • On Game Boy Color releases, the words appear to the right.
  • A prototype version of the stacked version appears on Mary-Kate & Ashley: Winner's Circle, where the text is aligned to the left, and "DUALSTAR" is the same size as "INTERACTIVE".

Technique: A still, sprite-based graphic.

Audio: None.

Availability: Seen on Game Boy Color and Game Boy Advance games from the company, such as Mary-Kate & Ashley: Get a Clue!, Mary-Kate & Ashley: Winner's Circle, Mary-Kate & Ashley: Girls Night Out, and Mary-Kate & Ashley: Sweet 16: Licensed to Drive.

2nd Logo (December 16, 1999-February 14, 2003)

Visuals: Against a nighttime sky background, a shiny round blue object turns to the left. Two crescent shapes appear from the right as several light streaks fly across it from the lower left, forming a "D" with a crescent. It flashes and moves slightly upward, while the vertically arranged text "DUALSTAR INTERACTIVE" appears below.

Technique: CGI by WunderFilm.

Audio: Same as the 2nd Dualstar Entertainment logo.

Availability: Appeared on Mary-Kate and Ashley games for PS1 and PC, such as Mary-Kate and Ashley: Dance Party of the Century, Mary-Kate and Ashley: Magical Mystery Mall, and Mary-Kate and Ashley: Crush Course. It also appeared on the console versions of Mary-Kate & Ashley: Sweet 16: Licensed to Drive.


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