Sega Interactive

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Sega Interactive was an interactive media arm of Sega in 1992. Formerly "Interactive Designs", this company developed miscellaneous Sega games in the 1990s.

Logo (1995-1996)

Visuals: On a black background, there is a 3D letter "S" in the foreground. Sandwiched over the "S" are three golden rings. "SEGA" is seen below the "S" in the Sonic font, and under it is "interActive" in a grungy font and in spaced-out letters. The rings roll around the logo.

Technique: 16-bit animation.

Audio: A 16-bit eight-note fanfare with the last note held.

Audio Variant: On PC ports of Garfield: Caught in the Act, the theme sounds more synthesized.

Availability: This can be seen on Garfield: Caught in the Act.

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