Phil Marley joined Kuju Entertainment in 1996, working first on PC space games Terracide and Xenocracy. He then moved on to design Eagle One: Harrier Attack, named by PlayStation Power as "the best flight sim on the PlayStation". Switching to a more sedate form of transport, Phil next designed Microsoft Train Simulator, which has now sold well over one million copies. The next few years were spent designing over thirty games for WAP, text-messaging and Java cellphones and interactive TV. Still with Kuju, Phil is currently working on a PSP project.