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Logo captures by CuriousGeorge60, WileE2005 and EnormousRat
Editions by CuriousGeorge60, CNViewer2006 and WileE2005

Background: Humongous Entertainment was formed in 1992 by CEO Shelley Day and Creative Director Ron Gilbert. It became known for point-and-click adventure games intended for young children, such as the Putt-Putt series, the Fatty Bear
series, and the Pajama Sam, Freddi Fish and Spy Fox franchises. In July 1996, it was acquired by GT Interactive, which was later known as Infogrames, which was renamed again to Atari since 2003. In 2007, it was renamed to simply, "Humongous, Inc.". Currently, is now part of Tommo Inc.

1st Logo
Humongous 1992Humongous Entertainment - CLG Wiki

: "He!
", "Humongous He," "He! Presents a Junior Adventure," "The Putt-Putt Logo"

Logo: On a dark purple background, in a yellow outlined rectangle, we see the then-current Humongous logo (a circle with a capital "H" above a lowercase "e" formed as an exclamation mark with "HUMONGOUS ENTERTAINMENT" written around the circle, all purple with yellow outlines), with "PRESENTS" at the bottom. After a few seconds, it dissolves to a second screen with a purple "HUMONGOUS ENTERTAINMENT" circle in a pink outlined rectangle. Inside the circle is a cartoon drawing of a rocket launching. The words "Junior Adventures" in a colorful kid-like font "wipe" onto the screen in the middle of the whole logo.

Trivia: The "He" logo resembles an exclamation mark "!" symbol.

Variant: Sometimes the dissolve is not seen; instead it simply cuts to the second screen. This was seen on Windows versions of the games this logo was used on.

FX/SFX: The "dissolve," and the wipe of the "Junior Adventures" text.

Music/Sounds: No music. Just a
weird cartoon voice chattering at high speed as "Junior Adventure" appears during the second screen.

Availability: Seen on the first three HE Junior Adventure games, including Putt-Putt Joins the Parade, Fatty Bear's Birthday Surprise and Putt-Putt Goes to the Moon. The dissolve variant was seen on the original 1993 versions (for MS-DOS, the Macintosh operating system, and the 3DO platform.) The logo is preserved on the post-1995 reissues, but without the dissolve (later box artwork for Putt-Putt Goes to the Moon features the print version of the 3rd logo, but still features this logo.)

Scare Factor: None, the "Junior Adventure" screen and audio is considered rather funny.

2nd Logo
Humongous Entertainment (1996)Humongous Entertainment (1995)

: "He! II", "Humongous He II"

Logo: On a black (or white) background, in a purple outlined rectangle, we see the then-current Humongous logo (somewhat similar to the previous logo, but now completely purple
), with "A" at the top of the rectangle and "PRESENTATION" at the bottom.


  • On some games, "PRESENTS" is below the logo.
  • On Let's Explore the Airport!, the airplane flies through the logo from the left.
  • On Let's Explore the Farm!, the cow appears walking in from the left. Then it moos at us as it stops.
FX/SFX: It's a still logo. Although there's animation in the Junior Field Trip games variants.

Music/Sounds: None, except for the sound effects in the Junior Field Trip variants.

Availability: Seen on the original versions of the HE games of the time such as Freddi Fish: The Case of the Missing Kelp Seeds and Putt-Putt Saves the Zoo.

Scare Factor: None.

3rd Logo

Humongous Entertainment (1996)Humongous Entertainment (1998)

Nicknames: "He! III", "Humongous He! III", "Cartoony He!", "Cartoony Humongous He!"

Logo: On a black background, we see the HE logo from before, but with more cartoony look and bulky letters. Plus, "HUMONGOUS ENTERTAINMENT" is solid and in a different font this time and some outlines are gone.

  • Starting in 1998, the website URL, "" is seen below the logo.
  • On Pajama Sam: You Are What You Eat From Your Head To Your Feet (The PS1 port of Pajama Sam 3), the background is white. Plus, there is a black outline around it.
  • An animated version exists in which the text in the logo is black. The company name and the "H" and "E" move into place from different sides of the screen then "lock" into their respective places on the logo.

FX/SFX: None for the regular variant. The text moving into place in the animated variant.

Music/Sounds: A drum roll, then the same weird voice chattering at high speed from the first logo. On later titles, only the drum roll is heard.

Music/Sounds Variants:
  • On the animated variant, a drum roll played on bongos is heard followed by the infamous weird voice chattering at high speed.
  • On the Big Thinkers titles, cartoon music is heard seguing into the soundbite of a child laughing.
Availability: Seen on all HE games released between 1996 and 2002, including the Pajama Sam series, the Freddi Fish series, and the Backyard Sports series starting with Pajama Sam: No Need to Hide When it's Dark Outside and any Blue's Clues games made by Humongous Entertainment. It also plastered the second logo on later reissues of Freddi Fish 1 and Putt-Putt Saves the Zoo. The version with only the drum roll can be seen on Blue's Clues: Blue's Reading Time Activities and Blue's Clues: 123 Time Activities. The animated variant appears on the Junior Arcade title, Spy Fox in Cheese Chase.

Scare Factor: None, the logo is considered funny.

4th Logo
(2002-2007, 2014)
Humongous Entertainment (2004)Humongous Entertainment (1996-2003)
Left: The Nearly Finished Logo.
Right: The Finished Logo.

Nicknames: "Pajama Sam's Animation" "He! IV", "Humongous He! IV", "The Crayon Drawn-CGI Mix logo"

Logo: Against the wooden table, we see the small notepad with Pajama Sam's Hand on it. He opens the notepad and every page starts flipping very fast as we zoom into it, becoming a white background with page flipping effect. Then we see a black outline circle, which later turns into the crayon-drawn version of the HE logo (In it's similar style as before), bouncing up to the screen on a white background and into the front of the screen as the page flipping stops. Then it "pops" before it transforms into its regular style form as the background becomes black and the logo shines.

FX/SFX: The page flipping, the logo bouncing, transforming, and shining.

Music/Sounds: The page flipping at the beginning. Then some boing sounds and a pop (when it becomes CGI) followed by a high-pitched voice saying something like "Look out!".

Availability: Common. Can be seen on Humongous games through the era including Pajama Sam 4: Life is Rough When You Lose Your Stuff and the Backyard Sportsseries, as well as the new prints of old post-1994 Humongous classics. Also seen on Putt-Putt: Pep's Birthday Surprise. This logo also makes a surprise appearance (alongside the 6th logo) on the tablet version of Pajama Sam: No Need to Hide When It's Dark Outside, possibly an editing mistake on Humongous' part.

Scare Factor: None.

5th Logo
Humongous (2010)Humongous Entertainment (2009)
Logo: On a white background, we see the words "Humongous" in a modern-like font with an orange circle covering the "H".

  • Sometimes, the background is black.
  • Sometimes, there's copyright information below the logo.

FX/SFX: None, at least on DS.

Music/Sounds: None.

Availability: No longer current, appears on pre-2014 Humongous titles, such as the Wii versions of Pajama Sam in Don't Fear the Dark (originally released as Pajama Sam In: No Need to Hide When It's Dark Outside), Spy Fox in Dry Cereal, and Freddi Fish: Kelp Seed Mystery (originally released as Freddi Fish and the Case of the Missing Kelp Seeds).

Scare Factor: None, this is a boring logo.

6th Logo
Humongous Entertainment (2014)
Nickname(s): "He! V", "Humongous He! V", "Return of the Humongous He!"

Logo: On a white background, we see the famous HE logo from 1992-2007, albeit now colored blue, with the "H" and the "E" in yellow. The company name is in the same font as seen in the third and fourth logos and is now colored white.

FX/SFX: None, this is a still logo.

Music/Sounds: None.

Availability: Currently in use. Appears on the 28 games Humongous Entertainment re-released in 2014, plastering the older logos.

Scare Factor: Absolutely none, this is a clean logo. It's also nice to see the famed "He!" logo make a comeback.

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