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New Release! Take a Bite Out of Gear's ‘M&M’S Adventure’!

Official M&M’S Adventure Artwork

By Dexter Woltman

Brunette Games can always go for a good snack! Anthony Valterra, Jenna Hume, and I have worked alongside the talented team at Gear Inc. to bring Mars’ beloved M&M’S characters to the small, interactive screen in Tilting Point’s new game, M&M’S Adventure! If you’re not craving chocolate now, you will be soon. Players travel through exciting locations alongside their favorite M&M’S characters. Whether it’s Blue’s cool, suave nature, or Orange’s nervous-yet-lovable approach, there’s an M&M for everyone! With iconic characters, stylized cutscenes, and unique, candy-blasting fun, this is one adventure you won’t want to miss.


Check out the trailer below to see for yourself!

Official Store Description

Play with your favorite M&M’S characters in the first and only M&M’S mobile game: Explore the M&M’S universe and enjoy the adventure with your favorite M&M’S characters! Participate in time-limited events, and collect and unlock unique M&M’S accessories in these casual matching puzzles. The fun world of M&M’S has thousands of adventures waiting to be played!

  • Play fun and challenging puzzle games
  • Choose your favorite colors and characters
  • Collect amazing M&M’S accessories
  • Seasonal events every month
  • Travel around the world with M&M’S

M&M’S Adventure is available on the App Store and Google Play Store.

App Store

Play Store

Brunette Games Took On GDC in 2022!


By Jenna Hume

Dexter and I had the privilege of attending this year's Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, CA, specifically the Narrative Summit. GDC is an annual conference for the game development community, with lectures, an expo, and networking opportunities. This was a first for both of us, as the 2020 conference Dexter was supposed to attend ended up being canceled (as we all probably know). So we arrived in San Francisco with excitement and anticipation! 

GDC was a truly inspiring experience. Every person we met came with an exciting new story to hear. The sessions we attended taught us new things about game design and narrative that will surely come in handy in our work.

All of the sessions we attended were helpful, but here are the few we’d like to particularly shout-out: Dan Gabriel’s talk on the narrative design in Lost Words: Beyond the Page; Michelle Clough’s take on writing romance and using kindness coins vs. a chemistry casino; Evan Skolnick’s storytelling workshop; and Lucien Soulban’s tips for surviving the monetization of games. These sessions taught us a lot about player psychology, handling heavy topics in gaming, and more. We thank all the speakers for their time and insight shared at GDC.

We also met various writers, designers, and developers, including new and current clients. It was great to finally see everyone face-to-face and have fruitful conversations. These are connections that we hope to continue to cultivate over the next several months.

 Here are some of the key highlights from our trip: 

  • Experiencing the Golden Gate Bridge for the first time between sessions;
  • Chatting with other attendants in the beautiful Yerba Buena Gardens outside the convention center; 
  • Attending a writers’ meet-up, where we connected with aspiring writers from across the world;
  • And the TransPerfect party, where we closed out our time at GDC, with good company, music, and food.

Overall, our time at GDC was a whirlwind of a week, filled with new insight and friendships. We couldn’t have asked for a better experience, and we hope to return to GDC!


If you’d like to learn more about GDC, look here for more information! Maybe we’ll see you there in the future!

Hey, Students! Apply for a Professional Women's Alliance Scholarship NOW


Brunette Games Founder Lisa Brunette is a member of the Professional Women's Alliance, a group of civic-minded entrepreneurs and corporate leaders who aspire to grow personally and professionally through relationships. As a woman-owned company with a majority female staff, Brunette Games receives camaraderie and support from affiliation with PWA. We also enjoy the opportunity to give a hand up to others by promoting the PWA Scholarship Fund.

The scholarship provides financial assistance to students either starting or transitioning their career paths. Awards range from USD 500-5,000, and recipients can use the funds on tuition, educational supplies, and/or fees for classes.

The deadline is fast approaching! It's April 15. You can print and scan the application, either sending it via snail mail or email (faster). ONLY COMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL BE CONSIDERED. You do not have to be located in St. Louis to be eligible. Please spread the word, and best of luck to all applicants!