Zoë Mode is a subsidiary of Kuju Entertainment based in Brighton and London that develops music and party video games. The studio was formed in 2007 when it was rebranded from Kuju Brighton, itself formed from the remnants of Wide Games. On 1 September 2008, Zoë Mode opened a sister studio in London to take on more projects and staff. On 19 May 2009, Zoë Mode announced their San Francisco studio headed by Mark Danks and Sarah Stocker.
Zoë Mode is most well known for its work on the SingStar and EyeToy: Play series. The company has also received several awards since its creation, such as the 2007 Develop Conference Industry Award for "Best New Handheld IP" with Crush. Recent games developed by the studio include Disney Sing It: Pop Hits, Grease and Chime.