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Kuju Sheffield scores for Codemasters.

15th October 2004. Sheffield, UK. Kuju Entertainment's (AIM: KUJ) Sheffield studio today announced the completion of two further high profile conversions for leading Britsoft publisher Codemasters.

The PC SKUs of the hit titles Club Football 2005 and LMA Professional Manager 2005 have been finished, as scheduled, in time for the 2004-05 football season and complete a hat-trick of football game conversions by Kuju Sheffield.

Tony Kavanagh, Studio Head of Kuju Sheffield commented, 'We're delighted to have delivered another set of conversions for Codemasters. Conversions may not appear sexy but they rewarding in terms of revenue and relationships with publishers. We are certainly looking for more work in this area.'

Ron Harris, Head of External Development for Codemasters added, 'Kuju has performed as expected and delivered excellent conversions, we're very pleased with the work done on both LMA and Club Football 2005. As conversions aren't always straightforward it's vital to work with professional teams like Kuju Sheffield who ensure the process is managed from beginning to end.'

The Arsenal, Manchester United, and Liverpool editions Club Football 2005 on PC are available now and LMA Professional Manager 2005 is due for release on PC on October 22nd by Codemasters.

Kuju Sheffield is one of four studios that Kuju Entertainment has in the UK.

For further information please contact:

Alison Beasley, Lincoln Beasley PR - E: Alison@lincolnbeasley.co.uk

T: + 44(0)1608 645756 M: +44(0)7966 449130

About Kuju Entertainment

Kuju Entertainment is one of Europe's leading independent games developers on console, PC and wireless platforms. Located in three studios in the UK, Kuju has a substantial development capability and has been creating top-rated games for over thirteen years. The most recent release, Fire Warrior, a first person shooter for THQ on PlayStation 2 and PC was the first title to include PlayStation 2 broadband online multi-player gameplay. Additionally, the London studio is developing an exciting new project for Konami. Kuju has already completed 4 PlayStation 2 titles and 3 Xbox titles with its first GameCube title nearing completion. Kuju was the developer for PC number 1 hit, Microsoft Train Simulator.

Kuju is also a leading developer of wireless games. This business unit concentrates on creating games for the Java and Symbian platforms. Established in April 2000, the unit already counts

several major titles such as FIFA and The Weakest Link to its credit. Kuju is now publishing its own catalogue of Java games.

Kuju Entertainment is a wholly owned subsidiary of Kuju plc. Kuju plc is publicly traded on the London Stock Exchange's Alternative Investment Market (LSE AIM: KUJ). www.kuju.com

About Codemasters

Codemasters is a leading developer and publisher of best-selling interactive entertainment products for a global audience on current and future gaming platforms and channels. Established in 1986, the company's dominant brands include Colin McRae Rally, TOCA Race Driver, LMA Manager, the Club Football range and Operation Flashpoint. The company is headquartered in Southam, Warwickshire UK and maintains European operations in Germany, France, Spain, and Benelux. The company has its US headquarters in New York. More information about the company and its products is available online at http://www.codemasters.com

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