The Lo-Fi Apocalypse, Inc. is a one man game studio in Boston. Founded in 2005 by Dan Dez.
Dan Dez has been developing games since 2002. He started his game development career as a level artist at High Voltage Software working on PS2, GameCube, and XBox games. Over the years he taught himself C++ using the Ogre 3D Engine, wanting to make his own 3D action games. After working on 'Frontlines: Fuel of War' at Kaos Studios, he left in 2008 to work freelance and do indie development. He worked on several apps (GunApp, Pixation, and 4P Air Battle). GunApp, developed along with partner Felix Khazin, was a successful hit with over 6 million downloads. It's success allowed some freedom and funds to develop OBEY. Details about his previous work can be found on his linked-in resume under his legal name: Jorge Daniel Hernandez.