UPDATE (6.5.2020): Now with Western European language support! Hoo boy!
There you go! I made a usual recreation of the dialogue font used in Kirby’s Avalanche (a.k.a. Kirby’s Ghost Trap in Europe), Nintendo’s attempt at localizing Puyo Puyo in the 90’s, before the time when SEGA bought the Puyo Puyo license. Almost all glyphs from the game are included, as well as custom glyphs for other languages. Have fun! Bayoen~!
This font I made in a jiffy. I thought about making a pixely font, mainly for coding, so I quickly prepared this thing.
Should I add more characters? I was thinking about adding Cyrillic, but my main idea was a font for HTML, so I only did Basic Latin and More Latin. (ANSI) If I wanted to do other characters, I could have just typed an HTML entity.
Yet I'm still stuck. Even though it is a monospace font, it could be used for writing, so it may need more characters. I don't know. Put your thoughts in the comments if you so desire.
06-03-2020: Added Cyrillic and fixed diacritical Latin characters.
Hello! This is a font I've just finished FontStructing. I tried making a font that surrounded around a 8x5 rectangle, (hence the name) though a lot of the characters ended up in different sizes. (Most noteably, Arabic)
Character Sets/Languages Included:
- Basic Latin
- More Latin
- Latin Extended A
- Arabic (doesn't work, unfortunately)
- Hebrew (minimal)
- Cyrillic (Slavic)
- Hiragana and Katakana
Tried to create space-related font but ended up with non-space looking font.
UPDATE 07 Oct 17: In February something happened to the font, re-arranging every single brick to somewhere else. I just now got around to fixing it.
Parentheses can be used as caps for the beginnings and ends of sentences.
1.) 'Q' and 'X' were removed from the alphabet, entirely. Substitute letter combinations 'cw' and 'cs' have been created for those characters, but are not necessary- freeing up those keyboard keys for other uses.
2.) 'G' and 'J' were combined into a single character ("Jac"). 'C' and 'K' were also combined into a single character ("Sic"). Each combination has been assigned to both standard character keys.
3.) Each alphabetical character was streamlined for writing (or plotting), and can be created with just a single line.
4.) Capital and lower-case characters are exactly the same form, but half the size- with jac, 'p', and 'y' retaining their lower-case drop-positions.
5.) Confusion with numerals has been corrected by changing similar characters.
6.) Foreign characters and symbols have generally been left alone, as the various extra accents don't work well with Jac.
This font was created because of a college project. But I liked it so much, that I tried to venture myself doing the extra glyphs. Although, I still need finish it... I hope this font can be of use, for someone out there ;)
After zilverbullet (my last font for lycanthropes) here you are another special, this time is for... zombies! NB: Contains some alternatives to the UC (in the LC) and cyrillic set.