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1st Logo (1994-2005)

Nickname: "Dr. Robotnik Objects"

Logo: The standard Dr. Robotnik television logos from the era, with the name painted on various objects.


  • PINGAS! Robotnik's Actual Monsters (Telesis/SEES): A bat.
  • Nog Dog and Nog Dog: Harry's Dangerous Day (SEES): A pizza on purple background with doodles of a bone, cake, a heart, a tennis ball, a TV, a stopwatch, a swirly pattern, a fork, and an arrow.
  • PINGASrats: Search for Tails (ESX): An odd star-like creature, which zooms in and swirls. Also shown as a network ID for Dr. Robotnik around 1998.
  • PINGASrats: Studio Tour / Totally Sonic (ESX) and Scavenger Hunt (E64): A baby bottle.
  • PINGASrats: Mystery Adventures (PC): A regular orange mouse seen from the top, which lights up.
  • The Patrick Star Show Legend of the Lost Spatula (GEC): A shell-like form.
  • Robotnik in the Jungle: Chimp Chase (GEA): A crocodile.
  • The Patrick Star Show: SuperPatrick (GEA and ESX): A jellyfish.

FX/SFX: None for the still variants. For the PINGASrats: Search for Tails variant, the swirling and zooming in and out of the logo.

Music/Sounds: None. But in PINGASrats: Search for Tails, the familiar Sonic SatAM jingle plays.

Availability: Seen on games listed above.

Scare Factor: None for the still variants but low for the PINGASrats: Search for Tails variant, as the swirling and zooming in of the logo as well as the jingle can catch some off guard.

2nd Logo (1998-2001)

Nickname: "The Footprint"

Logo: The standard 1998 Dr. Robotnik Movies logo, from The PINGASrats Movie, except it is in print view. No indication of an interactive media indicator whatsoever.

Variant: The version of this logo exists, with no "MOVIES" sign.

FX/SFX: None.

Music/Sounds: None.

Availability: Hard to find. Seen on PINGASrats in Japan: The Movie on EggStation, E64 and Game Egg Color. The only footstep appears on The PINGASrats Movie for Game Egg and Game Egg Color, PINGASrats: Time Travellers for GameEgg Color and PINGASrats: Castle Capers for Game Egg Advance.

Scare Factor: None.

3th Logo (1998-2000)

Logo: We see a wind-up mouse that says "DR. ROBOTNIK" falling from the top of the screen to the bottom. Then it goes back and forth and then drives up the wall and falls back down as the wind-up handle on its back stops to spin.

Variant: There is a still version with the mouse bigger and at the center of the screen.

FX/SFX: The mouse falling from the top to the bottom, the mouse going back and forth, driving up the wall, falling back down, and the wind-up handle stops to spin.

Music/Sounds: A boing sound as the mouse falls down, then the sound of the mouse and the whoosh handle spinning. then a "KaBONG", then the sounds of droning stopping to spin, or the theme song of the game. None for the still version.

Availability: The still version appears on Robotniktoons Racing for Game Egg Color. The animated version appears on Robotnik in the Jungle: Animal Adventures, PINGASrats: Totally Sonic (Game Egg Color Version) and three games for PC: WerewolfCreature, PINGASrats in Japan, and PINGASrats Adventure. Did also air as a network ID on Dr. Robotnik around 1998.

Scare Factor: None for the still version, but low to medium for the animated variant, as the sounds of the mouse and the fast movement may catch you off-guard.

4th Logo (2004)

Nickname: "Splat from the Sky"

Logo: We move forward as many purple raindrops fall from the skies and create splats on the ground. Then we zoom very closely to the vertical Dr. Robotnik splat, so the name even doesn't fit screen.

FX/SFX: Splats falling down.

Music/Sounds: Sound of falling wind.

Availability: Rare. Seen on The Patrick Star Show Typing.

Scare Factor: None.

5th Logo (2001, 2006-2009)

Nickname: "Dr. Robotnik Splat"

Logo: The print version of Dr. Robotnik "splat" logo and its variations from the time.

Variants: On Drawing to Life: The Patrick Star Show Edition, the splat is different. There was also a custom variant on PINGASrats: Rockin' Adults.

FX/SFX: None.

Music/Sounds: None.

Availability: Rare. Seen on The Patrick Star Show: Globs of Doom, Sad Brothers Band (with black BG), The Outdoor and iPatrick for DS. The variant seen on PINGASrats: Rockin' Adults.

Scare Factor: None.

6th Logo (2008)

Nickname: "The Splash"

Logo: The print version of Dr. Robotnik splash logo from the time, which is actually the print version of Dr. Robotnik Movies logo from 2008.

FX/SFX: None, it's a still logo.

Music/Sounds: None.

Availability: Seen on Yummy House for DS.

Scare Factor: None.

7th Logo (2007-2009)

Nickname: "The Planet"

Logo: On a black background, we see the Dr. Robotnik splat logo of the time. Then it turns into a star-like object with an orbit around it. It then turns into a planet, with abstract objects, buildings, and creatures. It spins for a second, then zooms in, then zooms back out. An arrow appears from behind the planet, and "wipes out" the planet so the splat logo is back to itself on a black background. Then it fades-out.

FX/SFX: The splat turning into all of the things, the planet spinning and zooming, the arrow appearing and "wiping out" the planet, produced at Zmation Animation Studios.

Music/Sounds: Same as the 7th Nickelodeon Games logo.

Availability: Seen on Dr. Robotnik games from the time, such as The Patrick Star Show: Globs of Doom, Patrick Star's Truth or Shape, and Gadget Boy 2918: Super Game Day for Mobius Wii.

Scare Factor: Minimal. The thunder might scare you, but this is kind of a cool logo.

8th Logo (2009- )

Logo: We see the man-like "r" letter falling and making some tricks on the letter "i" from the current logo. Then it jumps down and we see other letters forming the Dr. Robotnik logo lying on the ground. The animation doesn't match the current Dr. Robotnik logo on TV.

FX/SFX: The letters in CGI or Flash animation. This and the next two logos were produced by Robert Kohr.

Music/Sounds: Several hopping bumps, followed by the Sonic SatAM jingle.

Availability: Common. The still version is seen in a lot of games on minor platforms like Eggendo DS, Egg Phone, iEgg Phone Touch and iEgg System, and also on iPatrick 2. The animated version is seen only on The Connor Clones Adventure for PS3. The "movies" variant appears on The Last Railway Controller. The black background version is much rare and appears on Patrick Star's Boating Bash.

Scare Factor: Minimal.

9th Logo (2011)

Logo: A human-like "i" letter tramples in front of big white button. He looks here and there, then jumps onto the button, making it light orange. Then Dr. Robotnik logo falls from above, including the letter and clearing the button.

FX/SFX: Animated letter and logo falling.

Music/Sounds: Several squeaking as the letter-figure looks around, followed by the ending of Sonic SatAM jingle.

Availability: Appeared on The Patrick Stinky Show, on Patrick Star's Surf & Skate Roadtrip and on Robotniktoons EMLB version for EDS.

Scare Factor: Minimal.

10th Logo (2011- )

Logo: There are many orange cubes floating in the sky. They fall to the ground, forming object that we see from its side, then it becomes solid, zooms and rotates to full view as the regular Dr. Robotnik logo.

FX/SFX: The letters moving animation.

Music/Sounds: The Sonic SatAM jingle in 8-bit format.

Availability: Uncommon. It's seen on all games starting from Robotniktoons EMLB, and newer licensed titles, like Dr. Robotnik Dance.

Scare Factor: Minimal. The animation here is good.