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1st Logo
Game Freak - CLG WikiGame Freak - CLG WikiGame Freak logo (japanese version)

: On a white BG, a gray star shoots by from the top right of the screen to the bottom left. The Game Freak logo, which is a blobby black circle with a "G" on it, appears with "GAME FREAK" written below. Stars fall from the logo.

Variant: If you play Pok
émonon the Game Boy Color, the logo becomes colorized. The stars and the "G" are the color of the game you're playing.

Japanese variant: The Japanese variant seen on Pocket Monsters: Blue/Red/Green/Yellow versions is the same one as the American version, but "PRESENTS" appears briefly before the game starts.

FX/SFX: The star, the logo flashing. Pretty standard graphics for the Game Boy.

Music/Sounds: A shooting star sound which sounds similar to the move Metronome on the Pokemon games.

Availability: Can be found on copies of Poké
mon Red, Pokémon Blue, Pokémon Yellow (North America only), and Pokémon Green (Japan only) for the Game Boy.

Scare Factor: None to low.

2nd Logo
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Logo: On a black or white BG, a yellow star spirals into the center of the screen, causing the Game Freak logo from before to appear, only with the "G" yellow and the text white. Yellow bubbles float from the logo, and "PRESENTS", in slightly smaller text, appears below.

FX/SFX: The star and bubbles.

Music/Sounds: A high-pitched twinkling sound based on the 1st logo.

Availability: Seen on Poké
mon Gold and Pokémon Silver for the Game Boy Color.

Scare Factor: None to low.

3rd Logo

Logo: On a black BG, a pink blob drops down from the center of the screen and bounces once, revealing it to be the Pok
émon Ditto (Metamon in Japan). It then morphs into a yellow Game Freak logo, and "GAME FREAK", in white, appears below, alongGame Freak - CLG Wiki with "PRESENTS" in slightly smaller text.

FX/SFX: Ditto/Metamon's animations.

Music/Sounds: A couple of "thud" sounds, followed by a "morphing" sound, and ending with a short jingle.

Availability: Seen on Poké
mon Crystal for the Game Boy Color.

Scare Factor: None to low.

4th Logo

Game Freak - CLG WikiLogo: We see the same Game Freak logo, only this time the logo is blue, snd the background is a forest.

FX/SFX: The logo fading-in and fading-out.

Music/Sounds: The intro of the game.

Availability: Seen on Poké
mon Ruby and Pokémon Sapphire for the Game Boy Advance. A different version is found on Pokémon Emerald where the logo appears earlier than usual in a bubble like fashion instead of a fade. This version also doesn't have "Presents" at the bottom of "Game Freak" and it zooms in at the end.

Scare Factor: None.

5th Logo

Logo: Exactly like the 1st logo, but it's different. On a black background, the star is bigger and slower, leaves a star trail to form the Game Freak logo, and the words Game Freak fade in over the G. "Presents" appears below.
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FX/SFX: The star, the logo flashing. It's just a remake of the first logo.

Music/Sounds: A little quiet, peaceful song.

Availability: Seen on Pokémon Fire Red and Leaf Green on the Game Boy Advance.

Scare Factor: None, it's peaceful.

6th Logo
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Logo: Stars go from the top screen to the bottom then the Game Freak symbol appears in gold. More stars fall to create the text on the bottom screen saying:


FX/SFX: Stars falling.

Music/Sounds: Dramatic music.

Availability: Seen on Pokémon Diamond and Pokémon Pearl on the Nintendo DS. On Pokémon Platinum there's a little
Game Freak symbol on the left side of the text on the bottom screen. Other than that, it's identical.

Scare Factor: Low. The dramatic music is a little unsettling since it's different.

7th Logo

Logo: Nearly the same as the 6th Logo except it cuts to a scene of the ocean, then either Ho-Oh or Lugia fly toward you and the screen fades to white.

FX/SFX: A bell tolling a couple of times.

: An upgraded version of the Gold and Silver theme.

Availability: Seen on Pokémon Heart Gold and Soul Silver on the Nintendo DS.

Scare Factor: None to low. The bells tolling gives it a creepy feel. Lugia or Ho-Oh flying towards you is also a bit creepy.

8th Logo

Logo: On a black background, we see a white star with a trail. It then goes down to an surface with a spotlight, then
explodes, forming the letters "G", "A", "M", "E", "F", "R", "E", "A" and "K". The words take place, and then the Game Game Freak (2011)Freak symbol fades in from the left. The symbol then flashes, and then the words flash one-by-one. Then the logo fades out.

FX/SFX: The laser, the explosion, the words taking place and the fading.

Music/Sounds: Many futuristic sounds.

Availability: Seen on Pokémon Black, Pokémon White, Pokémon Black 2, and Pokémon White 2 on the Nintendo DS.

Scare Factor: Low. The star exploding and the sounds can unnerve some.

9th Logo

Logo: A still Game Freak logo and text.

FX/SFX: The fade in and out.

Music/Sounds: None

Availability: Seen on HarmoKnight on the Nintendo 3DS.

Scare Factor: None.

10th Logo

Logo: Just an in-credits text on the title screen reading:


FX/SFX: None.

Music/Sounds: The title screen music, which is the Pokémon theme.

Availability: Seen on Pokémon X and Y on the Nintendo 3DS, at the end of the title screen's animation when the game is left idling there; thus it is possible to complete the game without even seeing the logo once.

Scare Factor: None.

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