Kuju is an English based computer and video game corporation. The organisation has 3 studios, 2 located in the UK and one in Czech Republic. Each studio focuses on a certain genre or theme to gaming and computing.
The organisation was formed in 1998 after a management buyout of Simis from Eidos Interactive. The company name was created by using the Japenese letters for their English initial names Ian Baverstock and Jonathan Newth – IB and JN – Japenese KU and JU.
Kuji helped to develop the PlayStation 2’s EyeToy: Play 2, and EyeToy: Play 3, the multiplayer mode in Call Of Duty: Finest Hour, Betallion Wars for Nintendo GameCube, so has worked with alternate game console clients.
The notable works by the organisation are:
Microsoft Train Simulator
Crash Twinsanity 3D (mobile)
Sensible Soccer 2006
Lord of the Rings: Aragorn’s Quest
Rush ‘n’ Attack