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Kuju on the move as two studios expand

AIM-listed British independent developer Kuju Entertainment has announced that it has moved two of its four studios into larger offices in order to accommodate the company's growth.

The London studio of the company, which is working on titles for Nintendo and Konami, is moving to considerably larger offices in Park Street, SE1, while the recently founded Brighton studio is set to move to premises close to the town centre and railway station.

"With the development of both Advance Wars: Under Fire for Nintendo and our PS2/PC game for Konami being produced here these new offices meet all our needs for future growth," enthused the head of Kuju's London studio, Mark Washbrook, who is presumably already picking out curtains and matching carpets for the new office.

Brighton studio head Ed Daly is equally happy with his studio's new coastal abode, saying that "being able to live and work in Brighton, which is such an exciting and lively place, is fantastic. There's already an existing pool of talent here but we have no doubt that this coastal location will be a great attraction to many people in the industry."

The Brighton studio is currently working on a prototype project for Sony Computer Entertainment. Kuju has signed a large number of high profile development deals in recent months, and the developer is known to be working on projects for Nintendo, Konami, Sony and Activision, as well as a number of unannounced projects.

You can, as ever, find up to date contact information for all of Kuju's studios and thousands of other interactive entertainment companies besides, in the [GI Directory]

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