Logo history Redigera
1977 - 1982, 2012 - Redigera
Fake Arts was founded in 1977 as Fake Arts Corporation. They started make games in 1980, beginning with Fake Games Test.
As of July 17, 2012, this wordmark is used on products and games that are so small that not even "F" and "A" can be displayed.
1982 - 1997, 2012 - Redigera
In early 1982, "F" and "A" was added to the logo but the wordmark remained the same.
As of July 17, 2012 this is used on products and games.
1997 - 1999, 2012 - Redigera
In August 1997, the "F" and "A" became darker but the wordmark remained the same.
As of July 17, 2012 this is used on products and games that have a very light colour.
1999 - 2006 Redigera
In 1999, the old wordmark was dropped from the logo after 22 years. This time a new wordmark was added and "F" and "A" became red with no colour inside
2006 - 2008 Redigera
On September 11, 2006 a new logo was used. The new logo had a black circle with "F" and "A" red with black inside. Also a dash below the "F" and "A" was added as yellow. And also, the "Fake Arts" was given yellow
2008 - 2011 Redigera
In 2008, the logo remained mostly unchanged, excluding that the colour was changed
In 2011, "Fake Arts" was sold to Unga Wii and most notably, the circle became red & green, the dash became original yellow again and the wordmark + "F" & "A" was changed to orange
On March 31, 2011 they reverted to the 2006. Also, Unga Wii was phased out and however, the wordmark was kept
2011 - 2012 Redigera
On November 11, 2011 Fake Arts was rebranded as Lucky Shell Arts. The reason was that they are starting developing a new Mario Kart game to the Unga Wii.
As of July 17, 2012, this logo is no longer used. The Mario Kart title is still in development; it needs a name and a logo; as well content that are not finished yet.