Tetrisyde

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“The process is a little reminiscent of Tetris, but without the overwhelming feeling that sets in when the pieces start dropping at an impossibly rapid pace.” Yes! Fun and addictive like Tetris. Tetrisyde is entirely made up of Tetris blocks. (The preview may be a little off due to scaling, but trust me, they're there. You might get a better view by scrolling in increments.) This font is inspired by the above quote from ReadyMade magazine and Stephen Coles' comment on FontStructions inspired by Tetris. Enjoy!
Info: Created on 1st July 2008 . Last edited on 20th June 2009.
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i think this ia really a supergreat idea, but it would be a perfect 10 for me, if the letters were "uncomplete" in the upper regions, ya know?

as if it jumped right outa the game while a/the piece/s still fall/s :)
one cool font anyway...
Comment by kix 2nd July 2008
Well played.
Comment by Stephen Coles (Stewf) 2nd July 2008
I like the way the fat background and extremely thin foreground create a mindbending 3d effect. Cool idea.
Comment by intaglio 3rd July 2008
kix: I was playing around with that idea a bit. The thin lines between the blocks on the preview totally go away when scaling. It might be another font entirely. Anyway, the challenge for me on this one was to see if all of the Tetris blocks could fit within the confines of the letterforms.

Stewf: Thanks for the challenge.

Intaglio: I'm not sure I'm seeing what you're seeing with the 3d effect, but thanks.
Comment by geneus1 7th July 2008