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|company_name=Zoë Mode
 
|company_name=Zoë Mode
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|owner=[[Kuju Entertainment]]
 
|owner=[[Kuju Entertainment]]
 
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|num_employees=150
 
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|products=''[[Crush (video game)|Crush]]'', ''[[Disney Sing It]]'', ''[[Chime (video game)|Chime]]'', ''[[Grease (video game)|Grease]],''[[You're_in_the_Movies|You're in the Movies]]''
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|products=''[[Crush (video game)|Crush]]'', ''[[Disney Sing It]]'', ''[[Chime (video game)|Chime]]'', ''[[Grease (video game)|Grease]],''[[You're in the Movies]]''
 
|homepage=http://www.zoemode.com/}}
 
|homepage=http://www.zoemode.com/}}
 
'''Zoë Mode''' is a [[subsidiary]] of [[Kuju Entertainment]] based in [[Brighton]] and [[London]] that develops music and party [[video game]]s. The studio was formed in 2007 when it was rebranded from Kuju Brighton,<ref>[http://www.gamespot.com/news/6166587.html Kuju studio becomes Zoë Mode]</ref> itself formed from the remnants of Wide Games.<ref>[http://uk.gamespot.com/news/6096620.html Kuju accquires Wide Games]</ref> On 1 September 2008, Zoë Mode opened a sister studio in London to take on more projects and staff.<ref>[http://www.gamesindustry.biz/articles/zo-mode-unveil-new-london-studio Zoë Mode unveils new London studio]</ref> On 19 May 2009, Zoë Mode announced their San Francisco studio headed by Mark Danks and Sarah Stocker.<ref>[http://www.zoemode.com/news-011.html]</ref>
 
'''Zoë Mode''' is a [[subsidiary]] of [[Kuju Entertainment]] based in [[Brighton]] and [[London]] that develops music and party [[video game]]s. The studio was formed in 2007 when it was rebranded from Kuju Brighton,<ref>[http://www.gamespot.com/news/6166587.html Kuju studio becomes Zoë Mode]</ref> itself formed from the remnants of Wide Games.<ref>[http://uk.gamespot.com/news/6096620.html Kuju accquires Wide Games]</ref> On 1 September 2008, Zoë Mode opened a sister studio in London to take on more projects and staff.<ref>[http://www.gamesindustry.biz/articles/zo-mode-unveil-new-london-studio Zoë Mode unveils new London studio]</ref> On 19 May 2009, Zoë Mode announced their San Francisco studio headed by Mark Danks and Sarah Stocker.<ref>[http://www.zoemode.com/news-011.html]</ref>

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Zoë Mode
Basic Information
Product(s)
Crush, Disney Sing It, Chime, Grease,You're in the Movies
Industry
Video game
Owner
[[Kuju Entertainment]]

Zoë Mode is a subsidiary of Kuju Entertainment based in Brighton and London that develops music and party video games. The studio was formed in 2007 when it was rebranded from Kuju Brighton,[1] itself formed from the remnants of Wide Games.[2] On 1 September 2008, Zoë Mode opened a sister studio in London to take on more projects and staff.[3] On 19 May 2009, Zoë Mode announced their San Francisco studio headed by Mark Danks and Sarah Stocker.[4]

Zoë Mode is most well known for its work on the SingStar and EyeToy: Play series. The company has also received several awards since its creation, such as the 2007 Develop Conference Industry Award for "Best New Handheld IP" with Crush.[5] Recent games developed by the studio include Disney Sing It: Pop Hits, Grease and Chime.

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