80s corporate name and logo
Notch has offered to add names of indie game studios to the world of his upcoming game 0×10c, apparently as fictional hi-tech companies.
Megastructure Industries is already a tongue-in-cheek kind of name. It means to invoke Tsutomu Nihei’s fictional company Toha Heavy Industries, as well as give the feeling of a cyberpunk megacorp, with either millions of employees or a fully robotic staff (or both). We obviously build skyscrapers or planet-sized structures on a daily basis. It’s also a callback to Epic MegaGames, which was originally only a few people (and needed the most grandiose name possible).
I love the aesthetic of that era, where companies would spell out their techno-dream right in their name. Digital Equipment Corporation. US Robotics. Microsoft.
If Megastructure Industries had existed in the 80s, it would probably be called Megastructure Technologies, Incorporated.
I was so excited, I put together a logo that would probably work well as a letterhead for official correspondence:
It uses the Computer font.
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