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Fantendo - Game Ideas & More

This page includes all of the different series identifiers, as well as their origins, used within Jake's Super Smash Bros. logo sideways.png

Series Icons

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Ace Attorney series icon
The icon used for Ace Attorney-related content is the star-like shine present within the series's logo.
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Adventure Island series icon
The icon used for Adventure Island-related content is a silhouette of a palm tree, based upon the design of such present in the logo of the series's first instalment.
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Animal Crossing series icon
The icon used for Animal Crossing-related content is a silhouette of a Gyroid, a recurring type of apparently-sentient object that appears as both a species of character and furniture items. A Gyroid in the debut title was used by the player to perform various tasks, including saving their game; a similar-looking character by the name of Lloid would later appear in Animal Crossing: City Folk, and it is this character whose artwork is used for the series's symbol.
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ARMS series icon
The icon used for ARMS-related content is a silhouette of the Toaster-type Glove weapon that is most commonly known to be equipped by Spring Man as his default ARMS type.
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ASH: Archaic Sealed Heat series icon
The icon used for ASH: Archaic Sealed Heat-related content is a silhouette of the facial structure of the game's main antagonist, the Fire Serpent.
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Balloon Fight series icon
The icon used for Balloon Fight-related content is a silhouette of a balloon, based upon the sprite of such that appears in the NES title.
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Banjo-Kazooie series icon
The icon used for Banjo-Kazooie-related content is the outline of a musical note, which serves as the main collectible within the series. The note's design is based on that of those from Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts, as evidenced by the additional line parallel to the top bar.
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Battle Clash series icon
The icon used for Battle Clash-related content is the outline of a crosshair, similar to those present on the reticles of firearms. This symbol is also used in Super Smash Bros. to represent other titles that, like Battle Clash, relied on the Super Scope peripheral released for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, such as the Super Scope 6 minigame collection.
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Battletoads series icon
The icon used for Battletoads-related content is a symbol commonly used to represent the series and appears in several pieces of promotional artwork and even on box arts.
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BlazBlue series icon
The icon used for BlazBlue-related content is the emblem used by Ragna the Bloodedge within the series.
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Bomberman series icon
The icon used for Bomberman-related content is a silhouette of a bomb with a lit fuse, referencing the main gameplay mechanic of the series.
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BOXBOY! series icon
The icon used for BOXBOY!-related content is a silhouette of series protagonist Qbby posing in a walk.
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Brain Age series icon
The icon used for Brain Age-related content is a silhouette of a head with a cross through it. This same symbolism is used on the North American box arts for the series.
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Call of Duty Zombies series icon
The icon used for Call of Duty Zombies-related content is the logo of Group 935, the central figure within the original Aether Story that began in Call of Duty: World at War.
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Captain Rainbow series icon
The icon used for Captain Rainbow-related content is a silhouette of a rainbow, which appears as the personal logo for the titular protagonist as well as his belt buckle.
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Castlevania series icon
The icon used for Castlevania-related content is a silhouette of a crescent moon, which replaces the letter C in the series's logo as of 2003's Castlevania: Lament of Innocence. This symbol is based directly on the logo of the Netflix animated series.
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Chibi-Robo series icon
The icon used for Chibi-Robo!-related content is a silhouette of an electrical two-pronged plug similar, but not identical, to that attached to a Chibi-Robo toy.
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Club Penguin series icon
The icon used for Club Penguin-related content is a silhouette of Fluffy the Fish, who serves as one of the game's mascots and appears on the coins that players can collect within it.
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Clu Clu Land series icon
The icon used for Clu Clu Land-related content is a silhouette of a golden ingot, the main collectible item in the game.
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Cooking Mama series icon
The icon used for Cooking Mama-related content is a silhouette of the face of the main protagonist, Mama. The symbol is identical to that present within the logo of series owners Cooking Mama Limited.
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Corpse Party series icon
The icon used for Corpse Party-related content is a Sachiko Ever After charm, a small doll in a humanoid shape.
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Custom Robo series icon
The icon used for Custom Robo-related content is the silhouetted Robo Cube that appears in the background of the logo of Custom Robo for the Nintendo GameCube.
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Danganronpa series icon
The icon used for Danganronpa-related content is the stylized "DR" used in the logo of Team Danganronpa, which appears in Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony.
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Dead or Alive series icon
The icon used for Dead or Alive-related content is the personal logo of Kasumi, who serves as one of the series's most prominent characters. This logo appears on Kasumi's back in most of her appearances.
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Devil World series icon
The icon used for Devil World-related content is a silhouette of a skull, based upon a sprite that appears on large red blocks found within the game.
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Disaster series icon
The icon used for Disaster-related content is the silhouette of two individuals, one of whom appears to be leaning on the other for support. The silhouette of these two figures appears on the box art for Disaster: Day of Crisis.
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Dishonored series icon
The icon used for Dishonored-related content is the Outsider's Mark, which is an integral part of the Dishonored series's lore.
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Donkey Kong series icon
The icon used for Donkey Kong-related content is the silhouette of the letters D and K, taken from an unused pre-release logo for Donkey Kong 64. Previous Super Smash Bros. titles used a similar symbol, specifically the one seen on Donkey Kong's tie.
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DOOM series icon
The icon used for DOOM-related content is the symbol that represents the Doom Slayer in the DOOM series. In the demonic language, the symbol is meant to serve as a warning to those trying to open that which is marked with it.
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Dragalia Lost series icon
The icon used for Dragalia Lost-related content is a silhouette of a drop of Eldwater, a rarer item found in the game that can be used to increase a character's rarity.
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Drill Dozer series icon
The icon used for Drill Dozer-related content is a circular symbol with a spiral pattern cut into it. This symbol comes from the Drill Dozer logo, where it breaks through the letter O and is supposed to represent a drill bit.
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Dr. Mario series icon
The icon used for Dr. Mario-related content is a silhouette of a Red Virus, based on the creature's profile sprite from Dr. Mario World. This same icon is used to represent the Viruses in the aforementioned mobile game.
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Duck Hunt series icon
The icon used for Duck Hunt-related content is a silhouette of a Light Gun. The icon is based upon the emblem placed on box arts that are branded as part of the Light Gun Series and make use of the Light Gun NES peripheral. While explicitly branded as representing the Duck Hunt series, this symbol in Super Smash Bros. encompasses other titles that also used the Light Gun peripheral, such as Wild Gunman and Hogan's Alley.
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Dynasty Warriors series icon
The icon used for Dynasty Warriors-related content is a silhouette of a figure (presumably series focus Zhao Yun) holding a spear up in the air. This icon was also used within the logo of the series's first instalment.
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EarthBound series icon
The icon used for EarthBound-related content is the same symbol that appears on the chest on the recurring Starman enemy from the EarthBound series.
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Electroplankton series icon
The icon used for Electroplankton-related content is a silhouette of a Hanenbow, one of the types of Electroplankton from the series. This same creature serves as the namesake of a stage that appears in Super Smash Bros. and even appears on it as well.
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Endless Ocean series icon
The icon used for Endless Ocean-related content is a silhouette of swimming goggles and a snorkle, a reference to the game being a diving simulator.
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Eternal Darkness series icon
The icon used for Eternal Darkness-related content is the Mantorok (Black Heart) rune present within the game.
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Ever Oasis series icon
The icon used for Ever Oasis-related content is a silhouette of the Great Tree, which serves as the source of the Oasis' life.
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Famicom Detective Club series icon
The icon used for Famicom Detective Club-related content is a symbol of the moon made up of several lines that converge together. This same symbol is present in the logos of the 2021 remakes of the first two instalments in the Famicom Detective Club series.
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Family Computer Robot series icon
The icon used for Family Computer Robot-related content is a silhouette of the head of the Robotic Operating Buddy. The icon is based upon the emblem placed on box arts that are branded as part of the Robot Series and make use of the R.O.B. peripheral.
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Fatal Frame series icon
The icon used for Fatal Frame-related content is a ring with several circles along it. This appears as part of the Camera Obscura's reticle in the first Fatal Frame title.
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FINAL FANTASY series icon
The icon used for FINAL FANTASY-related content is a silhouette of The Ultimate Destructive Magic, Meteor. This same icon is included as part of the logo of FINAL FANTASY VII, which receives the most major of representation in Super Smash Bros.
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Find Mii series icon
The icon used for Find Mii-related content is a silhouette of a royal crown, similar in appearance to that worn by the king of Find Mii. This icon was also used to represent the series in previous Super Smash Bros. titles.
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Fire Emblem series icon
The icon used for Fire Emblem-related content is the crest of the Askr kingdom, which serves as the main setting of Fire Emblem Heroes and appeared within pre-release versions of the game's logo.
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F-Zero series icon
The icon used for F-Zero-related content is a silhouette of the Earth with several rings orbiting around it. This is based on, but not identical to, the logo of the F-Zero TV segments that appear in F-Zero GX.
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FlingSmash series icon
The icon used for FlingSmash-related content is a silhouette of Zip, the main protagonist of the game, in a jumping position.
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Game & Watch series icon
The icon used for Game & Watch-related content is a juggler who tosses three mall balls between his hands. This is based on the game Ball, which was the first Game & Watch title released.
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Gex series icon
The icon used for Gex-related content is a silhouette of a television screen. Televisions play a major role in this series, and the games are set within a dimension located inside the TV.
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Girls und Panzer series icon
The icon used for Girls und Panzer-related content is a silhouette of a tank turret within a circle. This is the same logo used by the Japanese Sensha-dō Federation within the series and appears on all of the equipment they use to monitor and judge the Sensha-dō matches that take place.
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Glory of Heracles series icon
The icon used for Glory of Heracles-related content is a silhouette of the entryway of the Pantheon temple, with six thin pillars on a platform holding up a triangular roof.
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Golden Sun series icon
The icon used for Golden Sun-related content is a silhouette of a stylized sun, similar in appearance to that used in the logo of Golden Sun: Dark Dawn.
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Gravity Rush series icon
The icon used for Gravity Rush-related content is a silhouette of Dusty, Kat's Guardian from the series. This same symbol is used to refer to Gravity Rush content in PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale.
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Halo series icon
The icon used for Halo-related content is the Forerunner "Reclaimer" glyph. Prior to 343 Industries taking over the development of the Halo series after series creator Bungie split off from Microsoft, the Reclaimer glyph was identical in appearance to the logo of the Marathon trilogy developed by Bungie for the Apple Macintosh.
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Ice Climber series icon
The icon used for Ice Climber-related content is a silhouette of a cob of corn. While several vegetables are collectibles within the game, having been stolen by a Condor, the corn is unique in that it grants the Ice Climber that grabs it an extra life.
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Ice Hockey series icon
The icon used for Ice Hockey-related content is a silhouette of two ice hockey sticks crossed at their shafts. Hockey sticks are essential for playing the sport.
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THE iDOLM@STER series icon
The icon used for THE iDOLM@STER-related content is a stylized at sign (@), taken from the current logo of THE iDOLM@STER series in use since THE iDOLM@STER: Platinum Stars.
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Jake's Super Smash Bros. icon
The symbol for Jake's Super Smash Bros. series as a whole is rather simple, being a circle cut through with the same cursive J design present in the game's logo. The five solid-colour fragments represent the five major game modes within the game: Crown of Orchid, Arcade Mode, All-Star Gauntlet, Smash Run, and Smash Tour.
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Jam with the Band series icon
The icon used for Jam with the Band-related content is a silhouette of a circular flame design, which appears in the logo for the game.
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Joy Mech Fight series icon
The icon used for Joy Mech Fight-related content is a stylized silhouette of Sukapon's head.
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Kaeru no Tame ni Kane wa Naru series icon
The icon used for Kaeru no Tame ni Kane wa Naru-related content is a silhouette of two chiming bells. Though not identical to any markings from the game, two bells do appear as part of its logo.
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Katamari series icon
The icon used for Katamari-related content is a silhouette of The Prince of All Cosmos rolling a Katamari ball. The icon itself seems based on the appearance of The Prince and the Katamari in the logo of Beautiful Katamari.
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Kid Icarus series icon
The icon used for Kid Icarus-related content is a silhouette of the halo-like symbol used as the logo for Skyworld and its army. Palutena also makes use of this same symbol, and it can sometimes be seen floating behind her back.
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Kingdom Hearts series icon
The icon used for Kingdom Hearts-related content is a silhouette of a heart with a small crown perched atop it. Both the heart and crown symbols are commonly seen within the series, with the latter often representing series protagonist Sora, but together they are sometimes used to represent the series as a whole.
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Kirby series icon
The icon used for Kirby-related content is a silhouette of the Friend Action icon from Kirby: Star Allies.
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Lady Sia series icon
The icon used for Lady Sia-related content is a silhouette of a Griffin. A Griffin appears as a prominent figure within Lady Sia, with one acting as Sia's steed in order to travel between locations.
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The Legendary Starfy series icon
The icon used for The Legendary Starfy-related content is a silhouette of a seashell. Unlike most other series icons, seashells do not play a major role in The Legendary Starfy series but rather seems to represent the undersea setting of the series.
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The Legend of Zelda series icon
The icon used for The Legend of Zelda-related content is the Wingcrest, which serves as the official branding for the Hylian royal family. The icon's design is based upon the crest's appearance in The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess.
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Magia Record series icon
The icon used for Magia Record-related content is a silhouette of a girl looking down, with her eyes closed. A ribbon unfurls in front of her hair and two stars sparkle in front of her. This same icon serves as the notification icon in the Magia Record mobile game.
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Mario Kart series icon
The icon used for Mario Kart-related content is a silhouette of goggles and a headset (both of which are worn by the referee Lakitu since Mario Kart 7) with a segmented cloud symbol beneath it. These two icons appear together on the promotions for Mario Kart TV that appear within Mario Kart 8.
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Mario & Luigi series icon
The icon used for Mario & Luigi-related content consists of silhouettes of Mario and Luigi running towards the left. These silhouettes appeared in all Japanese logos for the series, and all international logos since Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story.
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Mega Man series icon
The icon used for Mega Man-related content is a silhouette of the recurring Energy Tank item. The symbol is based directly on the item's sprite from its debut appearance, Mega Man 2.
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Megami Tensei series icon
The icon used for Megami Tensei-related content is a silhouette of the head of Loki, taken from the original pentagram logo used for the franchise. Loki was the main antagonist of Digital Devil Story: Megami Tensei, the novel that spawned the Megami Tensei multimedia franchise, and appeared in the same role for the game of the same name published by Telenet.
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Metroid series icon
The icon used for Metroid-related content is the Artifact of Spirit from Metroid Prime, one of the twelve Chozo Artifacts that the player must locate in that game. It should be noted that all twelve Artifacts use the same basic design at different rotations, with other slight differences between them.
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Miitopia series icon
The icon used for Miitopia-related content is a silhouette of a sword, which serves as a replacement for the letter T in the game's logo.
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Minecraft series icon
The icon used for Minecraft-related content is the face of a Creeper, a hostile mob that serves as one of the game's mascots.
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Miscellaneous series icon
The symbol for Final Destination and Battlefield in the coding of Super Smash Bros. Melee. In Jake's Super Smash Bros. this symbol is used for content that may be representative of multiple series and can not have a single series icon associated with them, such as the Famicom Medley and NES Medley music tracks.
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Mole Mania series icon
The icon used for Mole Mania-related content is a silhouette of a head of cabbage. These vegetables are one of the many items that can be moved around in the levels of Mole Mania.
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Monster Hunter series icon
The icon used for Monster Hunter-related content is a silhouette of a Rathalos in a hunched-over position. This symbol is based on the icon relating to the Rathalos from Monster Hunter World, which itself is simply a higher quality version of that used in Monster Hunter 4.
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MySims series icon
The icon used for MySims-related content is the PlumBob, a diamond-shaped marking that appears as a pointer within the general The Sims franchise.
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The Mysterious Murasame Castle series icon
The icon used for The Mysterious Murasame Castle-related content is a silhouette of a four-pointed shuriken with a hole in its centre.
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Ninja Launcher series icon
The icon used for Ninja Launcher-related content is a silhouette of a large cannon present on wheels. Though not identical, the cannon does appear to be similar to that which appears within the game.
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Ni no Kuni series icon
The icon used for Ni no Kuni-related content is the symbol that must be drawn in order to cast the Gateway spell, which is performed by Oliver in the beginning of the first title to travel to the fantasy world in which most of the game is set.
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Nintendo Badge Arcade series icon
The icon used for Nintendo Badge Arcade-related content is a silhouette of a rabbit's head, the rabbit specifically being that of the Arcade Bunny that hosts the title.
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Nintendo Game series icon
The icon used for Nintendo Game-related content is a stylized "NG" used by Nintendo as their company logo between 1966 and 1970. It was during this time that Nintendo released the People House toy line as well as several other popular games such as the Ultra Hand. This symbol is used for everything related to physical toys created by Nintendo prior to them developing video games.
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Nintendo Power series icon
The icon used for Nintendo Power-related content is the "NP" letters used in the logo for the magazine.
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PAC-MAN series icon
The icon used for PAC-MAN-related content is a silhouette of the titular series protagonist, based upon his sprite from the original PAC-MAN title.
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Panel de Pon series icon
The icon used for Panel de Pon-related content is a silhouette of a block with a star symbol imprinted on it. This is just one of many blocks that appear within that series.
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Paper Mario series icon
The icon used for Paper Mario-related content is a silhouette of a Big Paint Star, the source of all colour and the main object that Mario must collect during the events of Paper Mario: Color Splash.
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Perfect Dark series icon
The icon used for Perfect Dark-related content consists of two stylized letters, these being P and D. These letters appear in the background of the logo for the original Nintendo 64 title.
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Persona series icon
The icon used for Persona-related content is a silhouette of a butterfly, which is a recurring symbol in the series that refers to the deity Philemon.
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Pikmin series icon
The icon used for Pikmin-related content is a spaceship icon present within the Hocotate Freight logo seen in Pikmin 2.
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Plants vs. Zombies series icon
The icon used for Plants vs. Zombies-related content is a silhouette of a zombie hand reaching out of the ground with a flower in its grasp. This is based on a piece of official artwork released for the first title in the series.
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Pocket Card Jockey series icon
The icon used for Pocket Card Jockey-related content is a silhouette of the letter P stylized to resemble a horse. This same symbol is used as the first letter in the game's logo.
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Pokémon series icon
The icon used for Pokémon-related content is a silhouette of the head of a Pikachu, the franchise's mascot.
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Punch-Out!! series icon
The icon used for Punch-Out!!-related content is a silhouette of a boxing glove. In particular, the symbol is taken directly from the logo of the Wii instalment of the series.
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Puyo Puyo series icon
The icon used for Puyo Puyo-related content is a silhouette of a Puyo, the titular creature of the series.
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Rabbids series icon
The icon used for Rabbids-related content is a silhouette of the R letter used within the Rabbids series logo in use since 2008's Rabbids Go Home.
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Resident Evil series icon
The icon used for Resident Evil-related content is the logo of Umbrella Corporation, which serves as the main antagonistic force within the series.
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Rhythm Heaven series icon
The icon used for Rhythm Heaven-related content is a silhouette of a cloud, inside which the series's logo is often present.
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Rolling Western series icon
The icon used for Rolling Western-related content is based upon the appearance of a large Arma Energy loot drop, which also appears next to Dillon's health bar in the first title of the series.
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Samurai Warriors series icon
The icon used for Samurai Warriors-related content is the crest of the Sanada clan, which Yukimura Sanada is a member of. The Sanada clan, and in particular Yukimura, serves as the main focus of most Samurai Warriors titles, the most prominent of which is Samurai Warriors: Spirit of Sanada.
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Samurai Warriors 5 icon
The icon used for Samurai Warriors 5-related content is the crest of the Oda clan, which Yasuke serves under Nobunaga Oda. Nobunaga Oda, and to a lesser extent other members of the Oda clan, serves as the main focus of Samurai Warriors 5.
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Satellaview series icon
The icon used for Satellaview-related content is the same symbol present in the logo of the Satellaview add-on released exclusively in Japan for the Super Famicom; the logo for the console itself is included within this symbol as well.
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Science Adventure series icon
The icon used for Science Adventure-related content is the official "SA" lettering used in promotional material for the series as a whole.
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Scooby-Doo! series icon
The icon used for Scooby-Doo!-related content is the diamond-shape tag that hangs from Scooby-Doo's collar, with his initials (SD) printed within it.
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Senki Zesshō Symphogear series icon
The icon used for Senki Zesshō Symphogear-related content is the stylized silhouette of a Symphogear crystal, taken from the logo of the Symphogear Live 2020 live show that, despite its name, had to be postponed out of 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Sennen Kazoku series icon
The icon used for Sennen Kazoku-related content is a silhouette of a heart. Cupid is the main protagonist of the game and is often associated with making people fall in love with each other, though the protagonist of Sennen Kazoku can alter any emotion.
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Shantae series icon
The icon used for Shantae-related content is a silhouette of the titular character's house and surrounding area. This is based on the building's appearance in the logo of Shantae: Half-Genie Hero.
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SimCity series icon
The icon used for SimCity-related content is a silhouette of the logo that appears on the boxart of the SNES title SimCity, which Nintendo developed.
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Sin & Punishment series icon
The icon used for Sin & Punishment-related content is a silhouette of the kanji characters 罪 and 罰, bot of which appear in the logos for the series's titles. The symbol in particular uses the design of these characters as they appear in the background of the Sin & Punishment: Star Successor logo.
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Slime Rancher series icon
The icon used for Slime Rancher-related content is a silhouette of a Pink Slime, the first type of Slime one would encounter within the game.
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Snipperclips series icon
The icon used for Snipperclips-related content are two half circles placed next to each-other in a shape similar to the letter S; this symbol replaces such a letter in the Snipperclips logo.
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Soccer series icon
The icon used for Soccer-related content is a silhouette of a soccer ball, which is fittingly the ball used to play the sport that gave the series its name.
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So I'm a Spider, So What? series icon
The icon used for So I'm a Spider, So What?-related content is a silhouette of a spider. While not based directly on any of the spider-like Taratect creatures present in the series, this same symbol was used in promotional material for and on the website of the So I'm a Spider, So What? anime adaption.
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Sonic the Hedgehog series icon
The icon used for Sonic the Hedgehog-related content is the dual star symbol used as the logo of The Resistance in Sonic Forces.
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Splatoon series icon
The icon used for Splatoon-related content is the logo of SquidForce. While SquidForce is one of the brands that releases clothing within the world of the Splatoon series, in-universe the company is also the sponsor of the Turf War matches that the Inklings engage in and thus their logo can be seen on several pieces of equipment and within multiple maps.
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Star Fox series icon
The icon used for Star Fox-related content is a silhouette of an Arwing, the vehicle that Team Star Fox makes use of for aerial missions and general transportation.
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Steel Diver series icon
The icon used for Steel Diver-related content is a silhouette of the Blue Shark, a submarine that is used prominently within the promotional materials for the Steel Diver titles.
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Street Fighter series icon
The icon used for Street Fighter-related content is the silhouette of a travelling fireball - a Hadouken, one of the franchise's most prominent attacks - within a circle. This is based on the logo for the Street Fighter League eSports series.
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The Stretchers series icon
The icon used for The Stretchers-related content is an asterisk, which serves as the medical logo in the world of The Stretchers and thus appears on the main characters' hats, ambulance, and at the medical centre they report to.
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Stunt Race FX series icon
The icon used for Stunt Race FX-related content is a silhouette of the letters "FX", which appears as part of the game's logo.
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Super Mario series icon
The icon used for Super Mario-related content is a silhouette of the letter M, as seen encircled on the front of Mario's cap.
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Super Mario Bros. film icon
The icon used for content relating to the 1993 Super Mario Bros. film is a silhouette of a stylized M. This same letter appears in promotional artwork for the film, such as the poster and North American DVD releases.
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Super Monkey Ball series icon
The icon used for Super Monkey Ball-related content is the silhouetted face of AiAi, the franchise's mascot and main character. This symbol is lifted directly from the logo of the 2021 title Super Monkey Ball: Banana Mania.
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Super Smash Bros. series icon
The symbol for the Super Smash Bros. series as a whole is a circular icon with four intersecting lines that cross between each other towards the left side. This symbol is supposed to represent both the idea of the series being a crossover (with the crossing lines) and the fact that it is a multiplayer fighting game title (the fact that it is segmented into four quarters).
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Sushi Striker series icon
The icon used for Sushi Striker-related content is a stylized silhouette of a piece of sushi - in particular, apiece of sake nigiri.
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Tales of series icon
The icon used for Tales-related content is a leather-bound tome with a quill laid atop it. This symbol is included as part of the Tales of series's logo as of 2019.
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Teleroboxer series icon
The icon used for Teleroboxer-related content is a silhouette of the fist of Harry, the Telerobotnic fighter used by the protagonist of Teleroboxer.
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Tin Star series icon
The icon used for Tin Star-related content is a silhouette of a crudely-drawn sheriff's star, taken from the game's title screen.
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Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE series icon
The icon used for Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE-related content is a silhouette of a sharp symbol, which is used within the game's logo.
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Tomodachi Life series icon
The icon used for Tomodachi Life-related content is a silhouette of a radio tower. This same icon is used as the logo for the Mii News segments present within the Nintendo DS instalment of the series.
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The Tower SP icon
The icon used for The Tower SP-related content is the hanging sign with the letters "SP" written inside it, taken directly from the game's logo. While The Tower SP is only one entry in the greater SimTower series, Nintendo published the Game Boy Advance title in Japan and thus owns all content created specifically for that game; hence, this icon represents only a single game.
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Tribe Nine series icon
The icon used for Tribe Nine-related content is the emblem of the Extreme Baseball tribe representing the Minato ward. This team serves as the central focus of the Tribe Nine series.
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Ultimate Chicken Horse series icon
The icon used for Ultimate Chicken Horse-related content is a silhouette of a dancing horse standing on its hind legs. This horse serves as one of the game's playable characters, and the pose it makes as part of the symbol is the same as that performed upon achieving victory.
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UNDER NIGHT IN-BIRTH series icon
The icon used for UNDER NIGHT IN-BIRTH-related content is a silhouette of Kuu, a dragon-like Void that follows Linne around throughout the UNDER NIGHT IN-BIRTH releases.
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Urban Champion series icon
The icon used for Urban Champion-related content is a silhouette of a city skyline, which appears on the game's title screen.
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Volleyball series icon
The icon used for Volleyball-related content is a silhouette of a volleyball, which is fittingly the ball used to play the sport that gave the series its name.
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Wario series icon
The icon used for Wario-related content is a silhouette of Wario's own face. This is a mirrored version of the same render that appears on the box art of WarioWare: Smooth Moves.
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Wii Fit series icon
The icon used for Wii Fit-related content is a silhouette of a Wii Balance Board, which was released alongside this title.
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Wii Music series icon
The icon used for Wii Music-related content is a silhouette of a music note. This same music note appears in promotional artwork and the box art of the game.
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World's End Club series icon
The icon used for World's End Club-related content is the silhouette of Kansai's "Leader Badge", which denotes him as the self-proclaimed leader of the Go-Getters Club for a majority of a game.
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Wrecking Crew series icon
The icon used for Wrecking Crew-related content is a silhouette of a construction helmet branded with the letter M. This is identical to that worn by Mario in Wrecking Crew '98.
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Xenoblade series icon
The icon used for Xenoblade-related content is a silhouette of an X. This is based upon the first letter of the "Xenoblade" part of the Xenoblade Chronicles X logo.
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Yakuza series icon
The icon used for Yakuza-related content is the emblem of the Tojo Clan, which serves as the central association of the Yakuza series. Both series protagonist Kazuma Kiryu and Super Smash Bros. fighter Goro Majima have both been high-ranking officials of this group.
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Yoshi series icon
The icon used for Yoshi-related content is a silhouette of the Smiley Flower collectible that appears in most of the Yoshi platforming titles. In particular, the symbol is based upon the Smiley Flower's render from Yoshi's New Island.
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Yume Nikki series icon
The icon used for Yume Nikki-related content is a checkerboard pattern featuring two rows of three squares each. This pattern - which vaguely resembles the CJK character 囧 - appears on Madotsuki's shirt in both Super Smash Bros. and Yume Nikki.
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Yūyūki series icon
The icon used for Yūyūki-related content is a silhouette of a cloud drawn in a classical Chinese style.
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Zanki Zero series icon
The icon used for Zanki Zero-related content is a silhouette of an X Key, a special device attached to a clone's stomach that stores all of the data needed for the Extend Machine to generate a new body with the same memories.

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