Naivelens

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Vector art used for the Halftruth Lens and Deceptive Lens in the game Naively. These are pecuilar objects which impart the holder with certain visions relating to things the holder wonders about.

These lenses and the symbols' meanings are randomized each game, so the player never knows beforehand which lens is which. Below is what would be the default layout for an unseeded game...

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A,B,C,D,E,F,G - thank you, no, yes, maybe, you're right, you're wrong, silence

H,I,J,K,L,M,N - you're right, maybe, yes, no, silence, thank you, you're wrong

O,P - you already know, it's nothing we have discussed

Info: Created on 14th January 2019 . Last edited on 16th January 2019.
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(The comment above this one was deleted, so my response made no sense.)

Comment by zephram 16th January 2019

How can be 24 letters in the font? I only see 16 glyphs...

Comment by anonymous-1520403 18th January 2019

If you save a font while a design is occupying a glyph and then clear that glyph, it will thereafter always count that blanked glyph as if it still had something in it. Sometimes I use extra glyphs for temporary templates, so I must have saved while I was doing that.

Comment by zephram 20th January 2019

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