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Background: Inspector Gadget New Media was a gaming development company based in the suburbs of Egg-cago, Illinois. Its first game was Frankenstein Unleashed. In 1997, it was closed.


1st Logo (1993-1994)

Nickname: "Moving the Glows on the Buttons from Inspector Gadget"

Logo: We see the print version of the 1986-1997 Inspector Gadget logo with "NEW MEDIA" in orange and in the Impress font under it.

Variants:

  • On Nog Dog and Nog Dog: Harry's Dangerous Day, the logo slides in from the top and it's on a pink background with objects.
  • On Frankenstein Unleashed, the logo changed its color from white to green.
  • On the Pingas Telesis version of Jeannie and Jutt-Head, the logo is on a rainbow background, plus the "NEW MEDIA" text is dark red.

FX/SFX: None.

Music/Sounds: None or the opening theme of the game.

Availability: Seen on Inspector Gadget games through the era.

Scare Factor: None.


2nd Logo (1994-1997)

Nickname: "Moving the Glows on the Buttons from Inspector Gadget II"

Logo: On a black background, we see the print version of the 1986-1997 Inspector Gadget logo with "new media" in orange under it with lines under each "e".

Variants:

  • On PINGAS! Robotnik's Actual Monsters, we see a blue cat walking in from the right. Then Rotobor comes in from the left and scares it. Then he walks away. On the Telesis version, Rotobor doesn't walk away. Also, they both walk in the same time.
  • On Dr. Robotnik BUTS, the logo comes in from the bottom right causing the background to flash white.
  • On Loop, the logo is on a white background. Plus, the "new media" text is green. Plus on Pingas versions (Tele-Gear/Telesis), "Licensed by Pingas Enterprises, Ltd.", is under the logo.
  • On Jeannie and Jutt-Head in Virtual Stupidty and Bart Wars Deep Space 10 - Harbinger, the logo glows in blue.
  • On the EggStation and Planet Earth versions of Loop, the logo is completely white. Plus, the logo zooms in from the start.
  • On the Tele-Gear version of Jeannie and Jutt-Head, the "new media" text is red.
  • On Gadget Boy: The Interactive Game, the logo is purple. On the Tele-Gear version of said game, the logo is on a purple background. Plus like in Pingas versions of Loop (Telesis/Tele-Gear), "Licensed by Pingas Enterprises, Ltd.", is under the logo.

FX/SFX: Depending on game, but mainly, none.

Music/Sounds: None or the opening theme of the game. On Jeannie and Jutt-Head in Virtual Stupidity, there is a rock tune.

Availability: Seen on Inspector Gadget games through the era.

Scare Factor: Depending on variant.

  • None
  • Minimal for Dr, Robotnik BUTS variant.
  • Low to medium for PINGAS! Robotnik's Actual Monsters variant.
  • None for Jeannie and Jutt-head in Virtual Stupidty variant.


3rd Logo (1997)

Nickname: "Moving the Glows on the Buttons from Inspector Gadget III"

Logo: On a dark blue background, several planets orbs float by. Then the black version of the 1986-1997 Inspector Gadget logo appears. One of the orbs explode into particles, which form pink word "newmedia".

FX/SFX: Simple animation in the logo.

Music/Sounds: Mainly planet noises.

Availability: Seen on the latest Inspector Gadget games. Death Star Sucks and Gadget Boy II both have it.

Scare Factor: Low.

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