Skyworks Interactive

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Skyworks Interactive is a video game company founded in 1995 by former Activision employees Garry Kitchen and David Crane. They company is known for many of its online "advergames" for companies such as Nabisco and Post.

1st Logo (September 25, 2003-2006)

Visuals: There is the Skyworks logo from below on top of two cogs that are connected. On the left side of the screen, the words "SKYWORKS technologies" slowly descend until they’re next to the S circle.

Technique: 2D sprite animation.

Audio: None.

Availability: Found on Skyworks games designed for the Game Boy Advance.

2nd Logo (November 2003-2004)

Visuals: On a black background, there is a blue circle with an S on it falling down from the top of the screen. It stops in the middle, as after that, the words "SKYWORKS" appear with a small "technologies" on the bottom, and the website’s URL under that. The blue circle then shines.


  • Depending on where the game was downloaded from, another company's logo may be shown on top. The website's URL is also omitted.
  • On Pin High Country Golf Club, a small “made with Macromedia” box appears on the bottom.

Technique: CGI.

Audio: A slow, somber-sounding orchestral tune.

Availability: This was used on Skyworks games for the PC. The only two games known to have used this logo are Pin High Country Club Golf and Ten Pin Championship Bowling Pro. Both can be found around It is currently unknown if there are any other games to have used this logo.

3rd Logo (2004-2009)

Visuals: Over a black/blue gradient background is the same Skyworks logo from the first logo, except only the cog underneath the circle is show.

Technique: A still, digital graphic.

Audio: The opening theme of the game, or none.

Availability: Can be seen on Skyworks games for mobile devices. Also seen on Arcade Bowling for the Nintendo DSi.

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