Jester Interactive (UK)

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Logo description by Santaslittlehelper and EnormousRat

: Jester Interactive is a Welsh gaming company that was formed in 1997.

1st Logo

Nicknames: "Glowing Jester", "Ace Ventura: Jester Detective", "That One Logo Before MUSIC: Music Creation for the PlayStation"

Logo: We see the glowing-multicolored word "JESTER" stJester Interactive (1999)anding on the floor in a medieval-style font, as the camera moves by the logo. The background also changes colors from purple to yellow, and the word "- I N T E R A C T I V E -" stands in front of "JESTER". We then pan to a jester head on a stick that lies next to the logo. The jester bears a striking resemblance to that of Ace Ventura. The camera then zooms out, as we see the logo completely.

FX/SFX: Nice colorful CGI animation.

Music/Sounds: A dramatic orchestral theme.

Availability: Can be seen on the PlayStation games MUSIC: Music Creation for the PlayStation, Music 2000 and its American counterpart MTV Music Generator.

Editor's Note: TBA.

2nd Logo

Jester Interactive (2001)
Nicknames: "Jester from Hell", "The Really Confusing Logo", "The Evil Jester", "A Herobrine Jester", "What Did I Just Watch?!"

: On the floor of a dark room, we see an open treasure chest. Suddenly, a glowing ball of light comes out and hovers over to a creepy-looking court jester dressed in purple and yellow clothing (hat-bell and all) who is asleep. Talking in squeaky gibberish, it wakes the jester up on the start. The camera follows the ball around the jester (who looks like we are in some kind of filming studio with a projector running in the background), who simply watches in wonder. Then, the sinister-looking jester grumbles darkly at the ball while it hovers around still talking gibberish. The camera then zooms to the jester as the ball stops moving in front of him. Then the jester jerks his head back giving out a loud, evil-sounding laugh. Suddenly, the ball goes into his mouth, and he gains an "Oh no" expression on his face. He then starts shaking as lights beam out his face. What follows is that the jester explodes into a load of bubbles with only his white eyes hit the screen and slide down, leaving a trail of white slime, while the Jester's hat slowly floats down as we see the now empty projector studio fading out to a black background to reveal the Jester Interactive Logo (a pair of glaring white eyes under the yellow and purple hat with styled writing "Jester" below) inside a white outline. The website address, <a class="external" href="" rel="nofollow" target="_blank"></a> is positioned below.

Variant: On Suzuki TT Superbikes and Super Trucks Racing, the logo is still. Also, the URL is replaced with "PRESENTS".

FX/SFX: Quite impressive computer-game style CGI animations with good graphic character design. The fading screen to the logo is very clean.

Music/Sounds: An ominous piano theme with chords and synths, but mainly, it's high-pitched gibberish and low-pitched grunting that takes up much of the logo's sounds. At the end, a large sinister laugh is heard.

Music/Sounds Variant: On the still version, it is silent.

Availability: Only appeared on the PS2 game MTV Music Generator 2. The still variant appears on Suzuki TT Superbikes and Super Trucks Racing.

Editor's Note: A very strange, somewhat creepy logo with a bizarre concept and even weirder execution.

3rd LogoJester Interactive - CLG Wiki

Nicknames: "The Falling Treasure Chest"

Logo: On the floor in a dark room, we see a yellow and blue treasure box with a Jester hat picture. Suddenly, something beat the box from inside four times. The last time the box falls onto its side and we see a brand plastered to its bottom. As we zoom and bump into it, the text can be seen "GWNAED A LLAW YNG NGHYMRU GAN / HAND MADE IN NORTH WALES BY" and a black Jester logo below.


Music/Sounds: Bumping and squeaking sounds, the last squeak occurs when the text zooms in.

Availability: Scarce. Was seen on Music 3000 and its American counterpartDigital Hitz Factory.

Editor's Note: TBA.