Blue Tongue Entertainment (Australia)

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Background: Blue Tongue was founded in 1995 in Melbourne, Australia. It was acquired by THQ in 2004 and worked until 2011, when THQ announced "restructuring" and closed the studio.


1st Logo (Late 90's-2011)


Blue Tongue (2004)Blue Tongue Entertainment (Barnyard, 2006)

Logo: Just the two-color word "bluetongue" in Arial. There are custom variants for each game.

Variants: Barnyard: Otis performs tricks on a bicycle, then crashes onto the logo standing in the grass. Then he gets hit by the bicycle and passes out cold. Starship Troopers: The logo appears in mid-air while the alien insect flies and lands on it, then gets off. Jurassic Park: There is a moving dinosaur eye among the grass. Then we change focus to the leaf with carved logo. De Blob/De Blob 2 (PS3 and 360 version): We see small black blob cleaning the logo, surrounded by ladders, water can and other instruments. Then the giant blue blob jumps around and smashes everything to the large blue spot covering the first part of the logo. Other games seem to used the still logo, sometimes with merely the shine.

FX/SFX: Depends on the variant. None for the still version.

Music/Sounds: Depends on the variant.

Availability: Seen on four games listed above and others, including Polar Express, Nicktoons Unite and De Blob.

Editor's Note: None.


2nd Logo (2011)

Blue Tongue (2011)Blue Tongue (2011)


Logo: The logo fades in, showing a blue-tongued lizard next to the name written in the same font as the 1st logo, in dark blue and cyan. The logo slowly zooms out.

Variant: On NDS port, the name was arranged like in the first logo, with black background.

FX/SFX: TBA.

Music/Sounds: A whoosh on fading-in.

Availability: Uncommon. It was used on the Wii and NDS versions of De Blob 2.

Editor's Note: None.

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