Light & Shadow Production

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Light & Shadow Production (later shortened to simply L.S.P. Games) was a French video game publisher founded in 1999 by Jean Claude and Olivier Goulon. The company mainly dealt with licensed games.

In February 2004, Hip Interactive purchased the company and rebranded it as their European subsidiary Hip Interactive Europe.

1st Logo (June 2000)

Visuals: On a white background, there's a blue upside-down right triangle with the text "LSp" in a futuristic blue font, covering the whole screen with the triangle inverting the text. Below, the text reads "LIGHT & SHADOW PRODUCTION" in three lines with the copyright info underneath.

Technique: A still, sprite-based graphic.

Audio: None.

Availability: Seen on Toonsylvania for Game Boy Color.

2nd Logo (December 1, 2000-2004)

Visuals: On a white or customized background, there's a purple upside-down right triangle that has the text "LSP" in white with a black outline. Below the letters, there's the stacked text "light&shadow production" in two lines and the copyright info.


  • On most games, the URL "" would appear below.
    • Starting in 2002, the URL was changed to "" and may be placed on the left part of the triangle.
  • On the European PlayStation 2 version of Sitting Ducks, the logo appears on a white background through a bouncing circle transition. On the NTSC release of the same game, the logo zooms upwards quickly.

Technique: A still, sprite-based graphic.

Audio: None or the game's opening music.

Availability: Appears on Game Boy Color and Game Boy Advance titles from the company, such as Antz Racing, Antz Extreme Racing, and CT Special Forces 2 - Back in The Trenches. Also showed up on Extreme Ghostbusters: Zap the Ghosts! for PC, Inspector Gadget: Gadget's Crazy Maze and CT Special Forces: Back to Hell for the PlayStation, and Sitting Ducks for the PlayStation 2.

3rd Logo (December 7, 2002)

Visuals: On a black background, the "LSP" logo is seen as yellow sparks move around the letters. The background fades to a dark purple as the same purple triangle appears on the left. Copyright information fades on the bottom right as the URL appears in the section where the company's name would be.

Technique: CGI.

Audio: A strange racing wheel sound with a deep, robotic male voice says something like "Let's go!" twice.

Availability: Appears on Baby Felix Tennis for the PlayStation.

4th Logo (2002-2004)

Visuals: On a black background, there is a lightbulb with the "LSP" logo in it. The camera shakes a little bit at the start. The light glows and moves to the left as three more LSP bulbs appear at the back. The light begins to glow brighter and brighter until the bulb explodes. It then cuts to a bulb that remains intact, and it too explodes and flashes to the LSP triangle logo and text from before with copyright info below.

Technique: CGI.

Audio: A synth sounder with buzzing sounds.

Availability: Appears onCT Special Forces, Dinomaster Party and Extreme Ghostbusters: The Ultimate Invasion for the PlayStation, and Inspector Gadget: M.A.D. Robots Invasion for the PlayStation 2.

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