Unique Development Studios

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Unique Development Studios AB
Formerly called
  • Unique Development (1993–1994)
  • Unique Development Sweden HB (1994–1997)
Private
Industry Video game industry
Fate Dissolved
Founded September 1993; 24 years ago (1993-09)
Founders
  • Peter Zetterberg
  • Michael Brunnström
  • Carl Lundqvist
Defunct 2004 (2004)
Headquarters Norrköping, Sweden
Number of locations
2 offices (2004)
Key people
Carl Lundqvist (studio manager)
Number of employees
32 (2004)
Subsidiaries
  • GlobalFun AB
  • AddGames Advertainment AB
  • King of the Jungle
Website www.uds.se

Unique Development Studios AB (formerly Unique Development Sweden HB) was a Swedish video game developer based in Norrköping, Sweden. Founded in September 1993 by Michael Brunnström, Peter Zetterberg and Carl Lundqvist, the company incorporated under the name Unique Development Sweden in May 1994, and renamed Unique Development Studios in June 1997. Between 1998 and 2000, Unique Development Studios opened a second office in Gothenburg, Sweden, acquired London, England-based developer King of the Jungle, and established publishing subsidiaries GlobalFun and AddGames. The company shut down in 2004, and development of The Kore Gang was shifted to SnapDragon Games, until it also dissolved and the game was handed to Zoink, a studio led by former Unique Development Studios game designer Klaus Lyngeled.

Games developed[edit]

Year Title
1994 Obsession
1995 Substation
1996 Absolute Pinball
Slam Tilt
1997 Screamer Rally
Ignition
1999 Mall Maniacs
No Fear Downhill Mountain Biking
2000 Pickup Express
Airfix Dogfighter
Hot Wheels Micro Racers
Bygg flygplan med Mulle Meck
Sno-Cross Championship Racing
2001 Astérix: Mega Madness
World's Scariest Police Chases
2002 Monster Jam: Maximum Destruction
eJay ClubWorld
WRC: FIA World Rally Championship Arcade
2003 Futurama
2010 The Kore Gang

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