by Neoqueto
See also mapper by q375324.

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Font that can turn any text editor into a tile-based map editor for games. Useful for game developers. Made by request from a friend.
Info: Created on 17th April 2014 . Last edited on 10th May 2014.
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Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “MapperKit” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 17th April 2014
A lot of hard work (and skill) has gone into creating this - hope your friend was pleased :)
Comment by p2pnut 17th April 2014
Never thought something like this would ever earn a TP. Thanks a lot, but honestly, I don't think it deserves that special mention.

@p2pnut: sure he was, especially with the old version that contained a portrait of himself. Actually he was quite shocked and that became quite awkward, hahaha.

Comment by Neoqueto 18th April 2014

Now I wanna make a game!
Comment by Noah (winty5) 13th June 2014

Actually, dingbats, ANSI graphics and "tiles" serve a function that typography wasn't really prepared for and wound-up taking it in a whole new course. It is powerful and artistic, just as your font tiles or fontbats are, and hasn't really been tapped to near its full potential.

There used to be a day when ANSI graphics ruled online bulletin boards and gaming. And your font shows off the power of the FontStructor, so I think it is a well deserved TP.

Winty... A D & D game with knights and armor? I'll help dungenmaster! LOL
Comment by SymbioticDesign 13th June 2014

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