Despite this logo not officially being used as of 2004, this can still be found on its early games, including its popular game Marble Blast Gold. During this logo's original lifespan, its main division for publishing games was oddly known as GarageGames Blast (that logo can still be found on GarageGames-purchased copies of Marble Blast Gold).
When InteActiveCorp completed the takeover of GarageGames in 2007 (this was done to introduce InstantAction, where Marble Blast Online, the PC version of Marble Blast Ultra, was available at), GarageGames became TorquePowered, which is named after its Torque Game Engine. When Graham Software Development completed the takeover of TorquePowered between 2010 and 2011, the GarageGames name returned, as IAC's InstantAction was being permanently shut down for good. In February of 2011, most of GarageGames' games were made unavailable, including Marble Blast Gold (the latter game can still be found on the Mac Games Store) and Ultra (on the Xbox Live Marketplace), since IAC now holds the rights to GarageGames' previous productions, except for its Torque Game Engine.
When IAC finished the takeover of GarageGames in 2007, GarageGames legally became TorquePowered, which is named after the game engine of the same name. Despite that, the GarageGames website still retained its original name and logo. When Graham Software Development completed the takeover of TorquePowered and its game engine between late 2010 and January 2011, they started adopting the GarageGames intellectual property, once again.