Square Map Builder

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Info: Created on 12th July 2016 . Last edited on 1st November 2017.
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Please add extra space after the I, J, and Y so they match the other letters for that case...

Comment by anonymous-1466233 24th October 2017

Just in case...

Comment by anonymous-1466233 24th October 2017

There is another font a bit like this called 'Dungeon Crawler' by Ghosty. I find both my font and his a little disappointing. I think that by combining ideas from both fonts I might make a new one that works better. My goal would be to have a font that takes regular text and builds some reasonable and fun map out of it, perhaps by having ten letters that rarely sit next to each other be the numbers 0-9, five letters add spacing, and eleven letters combine to create map cells (rooms) or something.

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Comment by jonrgrover 24th October 2017

Let us know the result of your interesting thinking, when time allows, jonrgrover! :-)

Comment by dpla 11th November 2017

@dpla, My first attempt to combine our ideas is a font I have built called 'Walls and Doors'. It seems to work pretty well although I am tweaking it still.

Comment by jonrgrover 6th December 2017

I cannot comment on "Walls and Doors", except that it looks like gaming material. Interesting!

Comment by dpla 7th December 2017

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