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NOTE: Do not watch the video if you suffer from epilepsy.

Nicknames: "The DOS Trojan Logo", "Seizure Balls of Doom", "What? I Thought I Was Playing a High School Game?!", "Ear Booker Production's Japanese Sister"

Logo: We see a red "A" with a small visible blue outline spinning on the left. The spinning slows down and the rest of the characters "-SOFT" stretch in from blue bars. "SOFT" is more spaced out unlike "AS". The letters then join themselves and slide into the centre. A blue rectangle then flashes in behind. The background then flashes abruptly in yellow and white, and leaves the "AS-SOFT" logo on the black background for a few more seconds without the rectangle. Suddenly, the background flashes in yellow/white again, this time bringing up various multicolored balls of various sizes. All of the balls then move down and the blue balls are seen flashing continously in white. The byline "AS SOFT IN WORLD" (spaced out) with "HISCHOOL ADVENTUER NO.1" appears below the AS-Soft wordmark. Some seconds later, some of the balls turn red/blue and dissapear before the logo cuts into the opening credits.

FX/SFX: The letters connecting, the flashing, and the balls moving down.

Music/Sounds: A messed-up sounding 8-bit square tone during the flashing and appearance of the balls.

Availability: Ultra rare. Was recently spotted in Hi-School Adventure No. 1 for the Sharp X1, which is hard to find due to being one of the rarest games on the system (although searching for an emulation copy online does help).

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