The Presence of Female Designers in French Video Game Industry, 1985–1993

  title={The Presence of Female Designers in French Video Game Industry, 1985–1993},
  author={Filip Jankowski},
  journal={Games and Culture},
  pages={670 - 684}
Increasingly, more people do notice that female designers wrote their first games in the 1970s and 1980s. However, there was another country where women did also design games decades before the #GamerGate movement. This article examines the selected works of three French designers: Clotilde Marion, Chine Lanzmann, and Muriel Tramis. The analysis of those games took into account the self-representation of those designers—and women in general—within the game content. The conducted research has… 
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