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Brunette Games in the Press
"St. Louis video game developer teams up with Atari." St. Louis Business Journal, Feb 2020.
"10 Captivating Paranormal Mystery Series." Wiki.ezvid.com, (at the 4:04 mark), April 2019.
“Brunette’s Latest: A Love Story, in 27 Characters.” Webster Today, Webster University, February 2018.
“Assistant Professor in the School of Communications Launches Video Games.” Webster Today, Webster University, November 2017.
“Webster assistant professor Lisa Brunette releases new app, ‘Sender Unknown: Into the Woods,” Webster Journal, Webster University, November 2017.
Podcast: “Webster University Voices: Game Design.” Galaxy Radio, Webster University, December 2017.
“Immersive Puzzler ‘Sender Unknown: The Woods’ Is the Next Leap Forward in Mobile.” GameZebo, October 2017.
“Mobile-Exclusive Announcement from Sender Unknown.” Adventure Gamers, October 2017.
“Brunette’s Latest Game: ‘Sender Unknown.'” Webster Today, Webster University, October 2017.
“Boys’ Toys: A Documentary About Women & Video Games.” Dirs., Elke Teichmann and Eef den Boer, September 2014.
Respecting women players without ‘girling it up’.” Gamasutra: The Art and Science of Making Games, October 2012.
Brunette Games in the Community
"Conflict, Mystery, and Connection in Casual, Free-to-Play Puzzle Games." Game Developers Conference: Narrative Summit via St. Louis Game Developers Series, April 2020.
"Designing Games, As If Story Mattered." PixelPop Festival, St. Louis, July 2018.
"Our Princess Is in Another Castle: Feminism, Women, and the Game Industry." Panel Discussion, PixelPop Festival, St. Louis, July 2018.
The Rock, Paper, Scissors Phenomenon." Science in St. Louis Series, St. Louis County Library, August 2018.