Kuju Entertainment is a British computer and video game corporation. Kuju Entertainment was formed after a management buyout of Simis from Eidos Interactive. They have collaborated with several companies on games for various platforms, including the Nintendo GameCube, PlayStation 2, Wii, and the PC. Kuju helped develop EyeToy: Play 2 and EyeToy: Play 3 for the PlayStation 2, the multiplayer mode in Call of Duty: Finest Hour, Battalion Wars for the Nintendo GameCube, and Battalion Wars 2 for the Wii, as well as the multiplayer component of Dark Messiah of Might and Magic for PC. Kuju also developed the successful 2006 remake of Sensible Soccer.
Kuju Entertainment has eight studios, all but two located in the U.K.: Nik Nak (Guildford), doublesix (Guildford), Zoë Mode (Brighton), Headstrong (London), Chemistry (Sheffield), Rail Simulator (Guildford), Kuju America (San Francisco), and Kuju Manila (Manila). Each studio its own directive under which it develops its games:
- Headstrong: Action games such as Battalion Wars and Battalion Wars 2
- Kuju America: Casual games
- NiK NaK: Kids games (6–12 years old) such as Wizardology
- doublesix: Addictive downloadable games for XBLA, PSN, WiiWare and PC
- Kuju Manila: No specific genre yet, mainly a foothold in the Asian gaming market
- Chemistry: Development of Unreal Engine 3 games
- Zoë Mode: Music and party games such as Eye Toy Play, SingStar and Sega's CRUSH
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