Malibu Games

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Malibu Games was a short-lived subsidiary of THQ, which published and developed games mainly for Game Boy and SNES.

Logo (1993-1995)

Visuals: There is a marble square box with a pack of curved lines, which resemble a wave. The name "MALIBU GAMES" is written below in two lines with "GAMES" slightly smaller and spaced out to fit the width of "MALIBU" in a brown stone-colored font. The shine moves at the wave.


  • On Sports Illustrated Championship Football & Baseball, the background is covered with repeating title tiles.
  • On Family Dog for SNES, the copyright info takes the screen with the logo compressed to the top. It also has the background full blue.
  • Sometimes, the logo appears very dark.

Technique: Sprite-based animation.

Audio: None.

Availability: Seen on SeaQuest DSV, Time Trax, Total Carnage and other games.

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