Deep Space Games/Interactive

Logo descriptions and captures by SnowflakesOmega

Background: This video game company was founded in 1979, making many games for everyone.

1st Logo

Logo: Just the black BG and the words "Deep Space Games" in red.

FX/SFX: Is a still logo.

Music/Sounds: NONE!

Availability: Extremely rare.

Scare Factor: None, this is a boring logo, but compared to the next logo, it's nothing.

2nd Logo

Deep Space Games (1993)

Nicknames: "The Still Deep Space Games Logo (Of Doom)", "CGI Deep Space Games", "Deep SpAAAAARGH!"

Logo: On a black BG, we see the words in silver saying "Deep Space Games (with Deep and Games rotated)" with "Space" glowing.


Chesse Factor: TBA

Music: An loud wrirring sound, then a very loud "SLAM!" Sometimes, silent.

Aviability: Extremely rare.

Scare Factor: Depending on the logo variant.

  • Super freaky with the sounds, because it makes this the most scariest video game logo from the company.
  • None for the silent variant.

2nd Logo

Deep Space Games (1998)

Logo: On a black BG we see an star that shines to us, then, we travel by an "A" (from the "Deep Space Interactive" words) zooming out, then, "Deep Space Interactive" appears zooming out. It stops on a few seconds, and the star shines to us, filling the screen with light. Then the screen fades out.

Variant: There's an warp speed version.

FX/SFX: Everything.

Music/Sounds: An headache-inducing synth note, followed by an deep whoosh when the company's name zooms out. When the screen goes filled with light, an swoosh is heard.

Music/Sounds Variants:

  • For the warp speed version, an starry tune is heard.
  • The Maze Creator had only the sounds and not the music.
  • On Crazy Space I, the music and sounds are replaced by gear and hissing sounds.

Availability: Uncommon; seen on games like Crazy Space I, Burger Markers, The Maze Creator, and some games released for the PC. The warp speed version can be find in the Possible Mission series.

Scare Factor: Depending on the logo variant.

  • Medium to high, because of the music.
  • None to minimum for the warp speed variant.
  • Nightmare for the Crazy Space I variant, because of the dark tone and sounds.

3rd Logo
Deep Space Games (2003)
Logo: TBA

FX/SFX: Everything.

Cheese Factor: Low.

Music: An remix of the 2005 Rainbow Entertainment music, but without the DnB beat.

Availability: Current. This one can be find on their new releases, just like Crazy Space II, Race Tycoon, or My City.

Scare Factor: Minimal to medium, the music may scare a few.