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Old 11 January 2012, 22:42   #1
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It's ... guess where the EA logo is hidden

Originally posted by Pseudo Intellectual on Mobygames. Quite interesting so I think is interesting to post it here too.

Basically, on the cover of the first 37 games EA produced, the EOA logo is "hidden" (besides the obvious normal logo).


Quote:
"Together with Bing Gordon, [Nancy L. Fong] came up with the idea to hide the three shapes of the Electronic Arts' cube-sphere-pyramid "EOA" logo in the first 37 game titles EA ever produced. This idea was borrowed from the way Playboy hid their bunny symbol on their magazine covers."
http://www.mobygames.com/forums/dga,2/dgb,5/dgm,162063/

Not all of them are available on Amiga but anyway I though it was fun to try and hunt them.


For instance, I guess I would have never noticed the ones on Deathlord cover if I had not known they were present:
http://www.mobygames.com/game/deathl...CoverId,40770/


You can check the boxcans on HOL ofc.

Otherwise, if you are not familiar with Mobygames, just go to a game entry and click on Covert Art in the left menu.


Ofc, you can play for yourself by not reading the linked thread and the replies here.



Edit: Not sure what produced meant.
So here are the list sorted by date of game published and developed (more likely) by EA:
http://www.mobygames.com/browse/game...1a/list-games/
http://www.mobygames.com/browse/game...1a/list-games/

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