NiK NaK - doing it for the kids!

3rd December 2007.  Guildford, Surrey, UK.  NiK NaK is an all new studio from Kuju Entertainment–  led by industry veteran Kevin Holloway and dedicated to making excellent games for young players to enjoy on all formats.

NiK NaK is the latest addition to the Kuju family of studios and will create games for  a core audience of 6– 12 year olds.   The studio will only make PEGI rated 7+ games or below (ESRB 'E' for everyone 10+ or below) and is currently working on a series of games based on a high IP due to be announced in early 2008.

Kevin Holloway, Studio Head commented, "I am very excited to be heading up NiK NaK, we have big ambitions for the studio to become a world leader in the huge kids' games genre. The new studio ethos is all about passion and creativity."

NiK NaK is situated on the Surrey University Research Park on the outskirts of Guildford

NiK NaK,

The Surrey Technology Centre,

40 Occam Road, GUILDFORD, Surrey.

GU2 7YG, UK.

Telephone: +44 (0)1483 685330

Kevin Holloway will be at Game Connection in Lyon (3-4th December) introducing NiK NaK to publishers. For an appointment or to find out more about NiK NaK please contact:  T+44 (0)1483 685330 / +44 (0)7904 518535  

About NiK NaK

NiK NaK is the Kuju studio dedicated to developing world class games for children. Situated on the Surrey University Research Park near Guildford, it develops games for all platforms targeted at younger players aged 6-12.


About Kuju Entertainment

Kuju Entertainment is one of Europe's leading independent game developers on console, PC and handheld platforms. Kuju operates 6 studios in the UK; Chemistry, Kuju London, Zoë Mode, Rail Simulator, doublesix and NiK NaK. Kuju Entertainment is part of the Catalis N.V. media services group.

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