Logo: Same as the post-2002 variant of the previous logo, but when the logo is complete, it moves to the top left corner, and “media” (in white) with a yellow M-shaped brick below it, zooms in.
On some games, “media” zooms in much faster and bounces back.
On Lego Friends (not to be confused with the later Lego line of the same name), the entire logo is sped up.
On the PC version of Lego Rock Raiders, the previous variant is used, but after the logo finishes a copyright stamp fades below. On the PlayStation version of the same game, the copyright remains for the entire animation of the logo, and is in a different font.
The Nintendo 64 version of Lego Racers simply has the completed Lego logo fade in, and ends with the same copyright stamp on the Rock Raiders variant.
On Lego Alpha Team, the first variant plays, and when it ends, a different copyright stamp appears.
On Lego Stunt Rally, the normal version plays and then cuts to a still version with the same copyright stamp as before.
On Game Boy Color games, the logo is still. The GBC version of Lego Stunt Rally has the same copyright information as the other 2000s Lego games as well as “Licensed by Nintendo” on top of the copyright.
Technique: Same as before, but with subtle differences.
Music/Sounds: Same as before, but with a heavy boulder-y “thud” when the M brick appears. On the Nintendo 64 version of Lego Racers, a twinkling sound and a droning bassy pad note play, and when the M brick appears a gunshot is heard.
Availability: First appeared on Lego Loco, and eventually appeared on Lego Creator, Lego Chess, Lego Friends, Lego Racers, Lego Rock Raiders, Legoland, Lego Alpha Team and Lego Stunt Rally.