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Drillimation Studios (株式会社ドリメーションスタジオ Kabushiki-gaisha Dorimēshon Sutajio?) is a Japanese animation and game development studio headquartered in Tokyo, Japan. It was founded in 1958 by Hiroshi Takajima and was originally an animation studio. Drillimation Studios got into the video game industry in the late 1980's.
This logo was first seen at the end of Drillimation productions throughout the early 80's. The prototype was originally created a year prior to its debut.
In 1985, employees from Namco visited Drillimation Studios.
2000-2013 (primary logo), 2013-present (secondary logo)
In 2000, the Big M logo was retired and remodeled into a new logo. The logo is exactly the same as the previous logo but the entire logo is in Minecraft Regular and "studios" is now spaced out. This was based on the Drillimation Online logo. It is still used today as a secondary logo to the 1986 one.
2000 (unused prototype)
The former prototype was modeled with gray text with red glowing around Drillimation and black glowing on Studios. This was called the Powerdrill logo. This logo was scrapped in order to keep the "rainbow tradition" ongoing.
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