Lo-Fi Games

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Lo-Fi Games, Ltd.
IndustryVideo games
FoundersChris Hunt
United Kingdom
Number of employees

Lo-fi Games is a United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland[1] based video game developer and publisher. A privately owned business, th company was founded in 2006[2] by Chris Hunt. The business was founded during the development of Kenshi a video game developed and published by Lo-Fi Games for Windows that went on to see massive success eclipsing 1.4 Million copies sold[3].

During the early stages of the company it had been a one man team for nearly 6 years in an attempt to release their first product. In that time the founder Chris Hunt had worked as a Security Guard by night while working on his project during the day. Chris Hunt's sister soon after during the polishing stages of Kenshi before release became an employee of Lo-Fi Games working on writing and design. Soon after Kenshi was accepted for Steam Greenlight's Early Access[2] allowing Lo-Fi games funds needed for development.

Since then Lo-Fi games has begun development of their newest project Kenshi 2[4], not much news is known regarding this other than what Lo-Fi games has published on their blogs. Lo-Fi Games has also started hiring employees to work on both projects Kenshi and Kenshi 2.


Lo-Fi games has currently developed 1 game, with another arriving at an unknown time as a successor to their previous wildly popular game Kenshi since their inception in 2006.

Games Developed by Lo-Fi Games
Name: General Description: Release Date:
Kenshi Kenshi is a real-time strategy action role-playing game developed and published by Lo-Fi Games for Windows. March 20, 2013
Kenshi 2[4] Kenshi 2 is a successor to the popular game Kenshi currently being developed by Lo-Fi games. Still in Development


  1. "Lo-fi Games terms of services & details of registration". Lo-fi Games. 21 May 2018. Retrieved February 24, 2024.
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Lo-Fi Games » Bristol Creative Industries". Bristol Creative Industries. Retrieved 2024-02-25.
  3. "Video Game Insights - Games industry data and analysis". Video Game Insights. Retrieved 2024-02-25.
  4. 4.0 4.1 "Blog #35: March Community Update". Kenshi | An Open Ended, Squad Based RPG. 2020-04-20. Retrieved 2024-02-25.

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