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Company OverviewZono was an independent game development studio established in 1991. The studio was named after its two founders, Ed Zobrist (Zo) and William Novak (No). A third partner was called Jeff Fort. The early years of the company focused on console game design, and in 1995 Zono grew into a full development shop for console and PC games. The company's client list included publishers such as Electronic Arts, SEGA and Psygnosis. The studio was closed circa 2005 and the assets were sold off wholesale to MumboJumbo, who used it to establish its MumboJumbo LA, but with no people of Zono involved except for David Eaton.

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Company Overview
Zono was an independent game development studio established in 1991. The studio was named after its two founders, <moby developer="Ed Zobrist">Ed Zobrist</moby> (Zo) and <moby developer="William Novak">William Novak</moby> (No). A third partner was called <moby developer="Jeff Fort">Jeff Fort</moby>. The early years of the company focused on console game design, and in 1995 Zono grew into a full development shop for console and PC games. The company's client list included publishers such as <moby company="Electronic Arts">Electronic Arts</moby>, <moby company="SEGA">SEGA</moby> and <moby company="Psygnosis">Psygnosis</moby>. The studio was closed circa 2005 and the assets were sold off wholesale to <moby company="MumboJumbo">MumboJumbo</moby>, who used it to establish its <moby company="MumboJumbo LA">MumboJumbo LA</moby>, but with no people of Zono involved.
Company Overview
Zono was an independent game development studio established in 1991. The studio was named after its two founders, <moby developer="Ed Zobrist">Ed Zobrist</moby> (Zo) and <moby developer="William Novak">William Novak</moby> (No). A third partner was called <moby developer="Jeff Fort">Jeff Fort</moby>. The early years of the company focused on console game design, and in 1995 Zono grew into a full development shop for console and PC games. The company's client list included publishers such as <moby company="Electronic Arts">Electronic Arts</moby>, <moby company="SEGA">SEGA</moby> and <moby company="Psygnosis">Psygnosis</moby>. The studio was closed circa 2005 and the assets were sold off wholesale to <moby company="MumboJumbo">MumboJumbo</moby>, who used it to establish its <moby company="MumboJumbo LA">MumboJumbo LA</moby>, but with no people of Zono involved except for <moby developer="David Eaton">David Eaton</moby>.

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view changes 3 Sep 02, 2012 Overview Sciere (697806) Approved minor edit
view changes 2 Sep 02, 2012 Overview Sciere (697806) Approved major update
view changes 1 Apr 20, 2011 Overview Jeanne (76328) Approved update