Plastering with the 2004 logo has made it not nearly as common, but it's still easy to find. Neko Entertainment was a French video game developer and publisher located in a suburb of Paris, France.It was founded in 1999. But it is muted on the VHS release for some reason. On the 1993 animated special The Incredible Bash Dummies, this logo was shown on the left alongside the Sheep & Company logo. The bylineless logo can be found on Being Ivy and Class of the Gods. Low to medium for the long variant, especially the dark theatrical variant. A variant exists with the words "A NEKO FILMS PRODUCTION" above the cat. Fortnite Coming Back to iOS via GeForce Now, Snyder Cut Will Reference Kryptonian “Mystery” Set Up in Man of Steel, Star Wars: Everything We Know About George Lucas' Abandoned Sequel Trilogy. The text "NEKO FILMS" appears below the semicircle in red. Also found on all episodes of Spiderjuice, and the pilot episode of Lolcat Country called "I Spy With My Hairy Eye". The 2004 byline is also seen under the logo. The sudden light haze in the background may freak some out, but it's an okay logo. The great Heracles races to victory in this chariot racing game. The oldest, largest and most accurate video game database covering over 280 platforms from 1950 to date! The star outline shines from left to right, and the pinnacle star sends a shower of light (which starts off neon yellow, but turns neon blue) down the center of the semicircle. Also found on their Japanese dub of the western animated show Arthur, as well as All New Tales from the Graveyard. Final Note: Most shows had this logo until 1997 (after being used in tandem with the 4th logo below) when they then switched to the next logo. Great CGI, nothing to worry about. Some episodes of Lolcat Country have a still shot of this logo. Bratz Kidz: The Kidz With a Passion for Fun! This appears on newer prints of C and C. For the Yuckology variant, the first three notes of the guitar theme is heard, but it's interrupted by the sound of slime splashing and dripping. Neko Entertainment is officially license to develop on Nintendo Wii & DS, Sony PSP & PS2, Microsoft Xbox 360 and PC. This logo also plasters the 3rd logo on The Magic Public Transit Bus: The Complete Series DVD box set, released in 2012 and on 2014 issued printed episodes of the 1986 Nekochan cartoon on YouTube. A still version of the logo exists on at least the Japanese airings of Yuckology. Seen on Neko Films shows and TV specials, starting with A Cosmic Halloween. Music/Sounds: The closing theme of the show. FX/SFX: The star jumping, spinning, the bump, and the invert. A five-pointed star flashes in the distance on a much cleaner-looking starfield and the Neko Films logo (which looks more metallic and the stars around the arch aren't as visible), which is turned on its side, flies toward the screen and flips upright. All rights reserved. However, it may be annoying to some due to its omnipresence. Nicknames: "Neko Films Cat IV", "Still Cat", "Cat of Boredom". On Satoshi's Japanese Tails, a long version of the logo is shown on the top right corner along with the 1991. Logo: On a white background, we see the seven star semicircle, cat, and "NEKO FILMS" text as from the previous logo but with a dark blue outline. Unreliable citations may be challenged or deleted. Logo: On a black background, a blue square with a red outline and a white star in the center flies from the top right of the screen, gradually enlarging and turning counterclockwise to fit the screen as the star multiplies into a seven star semicircle outline. This variant was only seen on Kwuvo airings of said show, and no haze is shown. Share your thoughts, experiences and the tales behind the art. Background: Neko Films was founded in 1971 in Japan to produce and distribute children's animated shows and movies originally. Uploads of Neko Films shows on the "KidTV Direct" (which originally began as "Neko Films Retro") and "PreschoolNet Direct" VidTube channels tend to have this logo plastered over the previous ones, sometimes with odd results (the first episode of C and C has the short version ending before the music of the 1985 logo does; all other episodes have the long version to sync with the music). Terms of Use. The theatrical version can be seen on the DVD release of Rabar: The Movie (albeit silent for some reason). Neko Entertainment SARL. In 2002, the haunting theme from the theatrical variant of the previous logo was used. Today, it's a subsidiary of Pixel Entertainment. "NEKO FILMS", "NEKO FILMS LIMITED", or "A NEKO FILMS PRODUCTION" is seen below, sometimes with copyright info below. It can be raised to low if you were expecting the 4th or the 6th logo, but it's harmless. There is a theatrical variant. Mysterious Cities of Gold: Secret Paths, The, Marvel Super Heroes 3D: Grandmaster's Challenge, Build-A-Bear Workshop: Welcome to Hugsville. Most popular games as rated by MobyGames users. DVD).