Unique Development Studios

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Unique Development Studios
Industry Video games
Founded Norrköping and Gothenburg, Sweden
Headquarters Norrköping and Gothenburg, Sweden
Key people
Peter Zetterberg Co-founder
Michael Brunnström Co-founder
Oskar Burman Co-founder

Unique Development Studios (or UDS) was a video and computer game developer founded in 1993 and was based in Norrköping and Gothenburg, Sweden. They wanted to find skilled and motivated programmers and artists to develop some great games for Microsoft Windows and video game consoles. The company declared bankruptcy in 2004 and shut down.


UDS was a video game development company founded in 1993 by Michael Brunnström and Peter Zetterberg. Their first game was Obsession, a pinball game for the Atari ST released in 1994 (later ported to the Amiga). In 1995 they released their second game, Substation for the Atari STE, a first-person shooter similar to Doom. Since then they became a developer for video game consoles and PC compatibles.

In 2000, the company purchased King of the Jungle, based out of London, which developed games such as Grooverider: Slot Car Thunder and Invasion from Beyond.

In 2004, UDS was shut down, most likely due to a number of unsuccessful games that were released.


UDS produced several video games for various platforms:

Atari ST/STE[edit]

  • Obsession
  • Substation


  • Sno-Cross Championship Racing

Game Boy Advance[edit]

Game Boy Color[edit]

  • No Fear Downhill Mountain Bike Racing


  • Futurama (cancelled due to lack of interest, except in Europe, according to IGN.)
  • Tennis Masters Series 2003


  • Airfix Dogfighter
  • Asterix Mega Madness
  • Hot Wheels: Micro Racers
  • Ignition
  • Mulle Meck builds Airplanes
  • SnowCross Championship Racing


PlayStation 2[edit]

  • Futurama
  • Tennis Masters Series 2003
  • eJay Clubworld: The Music Making Experience


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