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Creative director exits Kuju

Ste Curran leaves role to concentrate on Secret Crush volunteer project

Publishers expect retail product for XBLA budgets - Zoe Mode

Studio head says platform plurality has built expectations too high

UK development: Where next?

Thomas Bidaux, Paul Mottram, Nick Baynes and David Amor discuss Brighton, Britain and the boxed business

Going Coastal

Ahead of the Develop Conference, Dan Pearson takes a look at what makes Brighton a games industry hub

Kuju consolidates Zoe Mode facilities

London studio is closed as development teams are brought under one roof in Brighton

Zoe Mode cuts handful of Brighton roles

Kuju studio realigns staffing numbers as projects end

Sony vets open new US studio for Zoe Mode

Sarah Stocker and Mark Danks join team as developer pushes into US to explore new social gaming spaces

Zoe Mode: We'll continue to push camera technology

Developer disputes Sony's assumption that Xbox Vision Camera games will face technical challenges

ZoŽ Mode unveils new London studio

New studio based near London's south bank to open September, to cope with growing staff numbers

ZoŽ Mode to develop Rock Revolution

Studio revealed as being behind Konami's rhythm game set for release on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 later this year

Curran Affairs

Zoe Mode's creative director talks about the importance of telling stories to new audiences - in new ways

Kuju rebrands Brighton studio

UK developer Kuju has announced the rebranding of its Brighton studio, which from now on will be known as Zo√ę Mode and represented by a character of the same name.

Sega teams with Kuju for new PSP project

Sega has teamed up with Kuju Brighton to develop new title Crush for the PSP.

Taking Stock

Kuju's Ian Baverstock on how the recent share offer will affect the business going forward.

Kuju boss confirms move out of mobile market

Kuju Entertainment boss Ian Baverstock has confirmed that the company is moving away from mobile gaming, blaming the "tight stranglehold" operators have on the market.

Kuju confirms LucasArts split

Kuju has confirmed to GamesIndustry.biz that it has severed its publishing deal with LucasArts for upcoming PSP title Traxion.

Investment group makes GBP 4.4 million offer for Kuju Plc

German investment group Catalis has made a GBP 444 million offer for Kuju Entertainment's parent company, Kuju Plc - valuing the shares at a premium of more than 50 per cent.

Kuju announces studio expansion plans

Kuju Entertainment has announced plans to further expand development at its Brighton studio, picking up two new software titles and hiring an additional twenty members of staff.

Finesse Publishing Group acquires Kuju Wireless Publishing

The Finesse Publishing Group has announced its acquisition of Kuju Wireless Publishing, the mobile game publishing arm of Kuju Entertainment.

Kuju announces year-end financial results

Surrey-based developer and publisher Kuju has announced its financial results for the year ending 31 March 2005, reporting an increase in turnover of almost 60 per cent.

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Zoe Mode

  • 26 Stroudley Road
  • Brighton
  • East Sussex
  • BN1 4BH
  • United Kingdom

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