Kuju Entertainment is one of the largest independent games developers in Europe.
The company has offices in Godalming (Surrey), Sheffield, and central London, and has been developing games since 1998, earning an enviable reputation for creative excellence and technical innovation.
Kuju has always embraced new games technology, developing titles for both PC and game consoles; Kuju adopted DirectX and 3D accelerators very early and continues to work with leading edge PC technology partners. Kuju has been developing PlayStation 2 technology since September 1999 and X-box specific code since April 2000.
Kuju's first work that SPOnG is aware of is the 1998 title, "Team Apache" (PC).
The company has been involved titles released on the Switch, PC, Wii, PS3, DS/DSi, PS2, PSP, Xbox, GameCube and PlayStation. Of these, "Microsoft Train Simulator" (PC), "Pilot Academy" (PSP), "Geometry Wars: Galaxies" (DS/DSi), "Battalion Wars" (GameCube), "Call of Duty: Finest Hour" (Xbox) has been a best selling title.
The company's most recent involvement was on the 2019 release "Zumba: Burn it Up" (Switch).
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