BlockOut

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Inspired by the 90ies computer game BlockOut, some sort of 3D Tetris.
Info: Created on 7th March 2009 . Last edited on 24th June 2009.
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superb
Comment by David Neustadt (saberrider) 8th March 2009
this is awesome.
what about doing a clean version, without those "stairs" in the diagonals? You could use it better in bigger sizes then, i guess.
Comment by kix 9th March 2009
@saberrider
thanx!

@kix
it was supposed to be a pixel optimized typeface. but maybe there is a way to do a "clean" version. i'll have to check...
Comment by laynecom 9th March 2009
great work!
Comment by hellotheresa 9th March 2009
thanks
Comment by laynecom 10th March 2009
GRACIAS
Comment by JaimeCEY 22nd December 2010

big

Comment by sevcan alkan 6th January 2016

Depending on how you look, it goes towards the bottom-left or the top-right. :)

Comment by xXx XBox Gamer Wed, 4th October

Nice 3x5-based grid in a 5x7 matrix, without duplicates(*)…
We see that a pitfall/confusion arises with the empty cells
(i.e. '0' or '1': we cannot decide, without e.g. shading).
So, I add "BlockOut" to my long list of small pixel fonts…

* People need to add the following 21 US-ASCII characters
if they need a more usable font… (>= 95 valid characters…)
#$%&'*/<=>@[\]^_`{|}~

[+] Good pseudo-isometric 'rendition';(**)
[-] Incomplete '5x5' font (3 x-height).

** @xXx XBox Gamer: isometric voxel art can get confusing.

Comment by dpla Sun, 8th October