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These are the logo variations seen throughout the years by DreamWorks Interactive.

Someone's In The Kitchen! (1996): A still version is used, complete with a lower-quality version of the fanfare.

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Goosebumps: Escape from HorrorLand (1996): We see the DreamWorks Interactive logo, and small storm clouds passing by, and then, the moon the boy is sitting on fades into a full moon, and fades into a dark background.

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Goosebumps: Attack of the Mutant (1997): We see the DreamWorks Interactive logo, and the moon and the boy fade out, along with the text, to reveal the text Scholastic Productions, in the DreamWorks font.

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Dilbert's Desktop Games (1997): A cheaper-looking version is used (with the same-quality fanfare as on Someone's in the Kitchen!), but then Dilbert riding a spacecraft zooms by and takes the boy's fishing pole. The boy exclaims "Hey!".

DreamWorks Interactive (1997, Dilbert's Desktop Games Variant, A)

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DreamWorks Interactive (1997, Dilbert's Desktop Games Variant, B)

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The Neverhood (1996): Same as the Someone's In The Kitchen! variant, but the audio quality is improved.

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Chaos Island: The Lost World Jurassic Park, The Lost World: Jurassic Park (both 1997), and Warpath: Jurassic Park (1999): The text zooms in, and the boy gets a bite, which pulls him in. On Warpath, the kid says "Got somethin'!" when he gets a bite, and we hear the roar of a Tyrannosaurus Rex when he falls.

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The boy gets a bite, which pulls him in.

Jurassic Park: Trespasser (1997): The full original DreamWorks logo plays, but "INTERACTIVE" is cheaply pasted onto "SKG".

DreamWorks Interactive (Jurassic Park - Trespasser variant)

T'ai Fu: Wrath Of The Tiger (1999): We see the DreamWorks Interactive logo, but a swoosh of wind comes and knocks the boy off the moon (so does the text), and T'ai Fu goes onto the moon.

Dreamworks Interactive (T'ai Fu Wrath of The Tiger Variant)

A swoosh of wind comes and knocks the boy off the moon (so does the text).

Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron - Forever Free (2002): The scanned print version of the logo.

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Medal of Honor (1999): The text zooms in, and then the boy throws his fishing pole, which reveals a parachute bag on him, and he puts on his Army cap, and he jumps off the moon, and pulls the string so the Parachute comes out. But, the end of it gets stuck on the moon, and he exclaims "Hey!".

DreamWorks Interactive goes to the war!

Medal of Honor: Underground (2000): This is the last EA Los Angeles game to use the DreamWorks Interactive logo. Same as above, but this one has a majestic fanfare. Instead of the parachute coming out, it doesn't work! So his belongings fall out and his army hat. He holds on to the moon, and gets knocked on the head with his hat, with the boy saying "Hey!", and the moon tilts. Poor Boy!

DreamWorks Interactive goes to the war again!

The boy says "Hey!", and the moon tilts. Poor Boy!

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