Ed Daly

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Ed Daly started his career working at Simis in 1996 as a technie for three years. He then co-founded the studio Wide Games in 1999. The company eventually folded and Kuju Entertainment decided to set up a new studio with most of the staff, which became Kuju Brighton, specialising in casual console games, where he continued working. Ed Daly currently heads the UK development studio Zoë Mode Brighton, the re-branded studio that was originally Kuju Brighton.

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Little Orpheus (2020, iPad) Studio
Way of the Dogg (2013, Android) Commercial Director
Haunt (2012, Xbox 360) Special Thanks
Chime (2010, Xbox 360) Developed by
Crush (2007, PSP) Studio Head
SingStar: Anthems (2006, PlayStation 2) Kuju Brighton Executive Producer
EyeToy: Play 3 (2005, PlayStation 2) Executive Producer
Pilot Down: Behind Enemy Lines (2005, Windows) Executive Producers
EyeToy: Play 2 (2004, PlayStation 2) Kuju Brighton Staff
Army Men: Air Attack 2 (2003, GameCube) Executive Producers
Prisoner of War: World War II (2002, Xbox) Original Concept
Ka-52 Team Alligator (2000, Windows) Enviroment and Terrain System
Peacemaker: Protect, Search & Destroy (1999, Windows) Engine Development
M.I.A.: Missing In Action (1998, Windows) Engine Development
Team Apache (1998, Windows) Engine Development
Xenocracy (1998, Windows) Lead F&E Programming
Terracide (1997, Windows) Core Technology

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