TT Fusion

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Embryonic Studios was formed in 2005 by the key staff from the closed UK studio of Warthog (Gizmondo Europe), led by Warthog co-founder Nick Elms. In January 2007, it was acquired by Traveller's Tales and became part of TT Games as "TT Fusion". The studio is based in Wilmslow, England.

Logo (6 November 2007-20 October 2017)

Visuals: There is a rounded rectangle box, divided into two unequal parts, on a black background. In the upper part, the Traveller's Tales double-T logo appears, surrounded by rays. Below, we can read "FUSION". There are nine bubbles around the division line.


  • The general NDS logo has a blue tint.
  • Lego City Undercover have 2 variantsː
    • Openingː By a ship is the logo in black and white with 15 stripes on the "T"s. When the logo appears, the birds fly from the ship. On Steam releases of the game, the logo is normal.
    • Closing: After the credits, the screen fades into the Paradise Sands (a location from the game) and then a Valkirie comes by the road, as does a robber in a car. From the left side, Chase McCain, dressed as a robber and with a suitcase, runs away from Frank Honey. As this happens, the logo is built from bricks (like a super build). After the logo finishes, the "O" opens and Chase goes into it, briefly escaping Frank. Suddenly, Frank sees him and whistles. Chase, scared, runs away from Frank. Then the camera stops and the logo fades out after 10 seconds.
  • On LoTR: Aragorn's Quest for PS2, the logo is gray and 3D. Also, it's turned a bit.
  • On Harry Potter games, the logo appears on a piece of parchment.
  • On Guinness World Records, the print logo shares the screen with the WBIE logo.

Technique: Usually none. [possible misuse]

Audio: None.

Audio Variantsː Lego City Undercover usesː

  • Openingː The song "Walking on Sunshine" by Katrina and the Waves, which is the opening theme of the game, and sounds of seagulls.
  • Closingː The closing theme with the sounds of the logo being built from bricks, whistling and car sounds.

Availability: Seen mainly on portable games, including Lego Rock Band and Lord of the Rings: Aragorn's Quest for all platforms. It was last seen on the Lego Ninjago Movie videogame.

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