BYU alumni and Utah residents Nathan Rees and Lee J. Hinkle dropped everything in January to work full time on a video game concept almost unheard of in today’s technologically savvy world. Together they created Rogue Invader, a high-definition video game made entirely out of a combination of black and white pixels.
Rees remembers spending his free time as a young boy a little bit differently than most. Instead of playing video games, he created them. Fast forward 22 years, a college degree and a business partner later, Rees finds himself right back where he started.