Games Animation, Inc. Logo (Movie Verison) (1994-2009)

This is the Games Animation Inc. Logo (Movie Verison) (1994-2009) seen in Wonder Park (1994 What If?), Goin’ Down to South Park (What If?), Ren & Stimpy: The You Eediot Movie (1997), The Rugrats Movie, Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius and others
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16 thoughts on “Games Animation, Inc. Logo (Movie Verison) (1994-2009)

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  2. There's Only One Paramount Promo (2004-present)
    (Shows Paramount DVD logo on DVD releases between 2004 and 2019)
    (Shows Paramount High Definition logo on HD DVD releases between 2006 and 2008 and Blu-ray releases between 2006 and 2019)
    (Shows Paramount Pictures logo on 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray releases since 2016 and DVD and Blu-ray releases since 2019)
    (We start with a clip from Mission: Impossible, where Ethan Hunt puts on his goggles as he is ready to go skydiving.)
    Ethan: Let's do this.
    (Now, in a clip from Wally Wolf and Friends: The Movie, Wally slides downward on a yellow slide to go outside.)
    (As the overture from Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves plays, a montage of various clips from different Paramount movies play after one another.)
    Announcer (Tom Kane): From the magic within our hearts, to the adventure beyond the horizon, there's only one, Paramount.
    (The camera then zooms out, revealing a wall of hundreds of clips from Paramount movies, both animated and live-action, old and new. More and more clips fly out, replacing some others. One by one, the words "MOVIES.", "STARS.", and "MORE." zoom out and disappear. Then all the clips come together to form the letter "P" in "Paramount", which zooms out and stops by the top of the mountain's peak, while the stars form an arch over them as usual. The Viacom byline fades in below, and after a 2-second pause besides the clouds moving, the screen fades out to black, ending the promo.)
    (Shows a black background briefly advertising many of the films featured in the promo)
    * The logo started being used on all releases by Paramount Home Entertainment, such as DVDs from 2004 onwards (after the Paramount DVD (2004-2019) or Paramount Pictures (2019-present) logo) along with HD DVDs between 2006 and 2008 and Blu-rays from 2006 onwards (after the Paramount High Definition (2006-2019) or Paramount Pictures (2019-present) logo).
    * On releases from 2010-2012, the 2010 version of the 2003 logo is used.
    * On releases from 2012-present, instead of the clips coming together to form the letter "P" in "Paramount", which happened with the 2003 logo, the clips end up fading to the last 10 seconds of the 2011-present Paramount Pictures logo. The "100 Years" variant is seen on Paramount's home video releases during 2012-2013.
    So, what do you think of all that I wrote?

  3. Good. I am planning to make LX Cartoons (Movie Version) inspired and similiar than Games Animation, Inc. (Movie Version)

    Are you exicited for watch it?

  4. Can you make a Fanmade Companies in Paramount Books (with SpongeBob SquarePants) and Universal Books (with Felix the Cat) please

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