A font based off the logic puzzle Nurikabe.
Nurikabe is a logic puzzle with a bit complicated rules and challenging solutions.
The rules are not so simple.
You have a grid of squares Some cells of the grid start containing numbers. The goal is to determine whether each of the cells of the grid is "black" or "white" (Islands in the Stream calls these "water" and "land" respectively). The black cells form "the nurikabe" (Islands in the Stream calls it "the stream"): they must all be orthogonally contiguous (form a single polyomino), number-free, and contain no 2x2 or larger solid rectangles (Islands in the Stream calls such illegal blocks "pools"). The white cells form "islands" (which is where Islands in the Stream got its name): each number n must be part of an n-omino composed only of white cells. All white cells must belong to exactly one island; islands must have exactly one numbered cell. Solvers will typically shade in cells they have deduced to be black and dot (non-numbered) cells deduced to be white.
The left double quotation mark contains all known 1x1 number tiles used for this font.
If there's any glyph that needs fixing, let me know.
This font consists of three basic shapes: square, quarter circle and triangle. When I first tried to make this font, I was deeply attracted by the shape of the letter O. I found the counter to be a fascinating shape which led me to create the whole alphabet.
When I designed the letter A, I realised that it looked like a circus tent. But after more and more letters were designed, especially the letter G, I gradually found that the font was beginning to look like a toy made from interlocking triangles – a popular toy in Chinese middle schools. It can be bent into many different shapes.
Based off of a puzzle game Idea I have.
It's sort of like a cross between Gunpey and a 1-D Sudoku.
If you want to see the specific rules to the game, take a look at this document:
This font is for a fun kids game scavenger hunt / dechipher the messages.
The Betamaze alphabet is the creation by Terrana Cliff, an American art student in California. Directions 0 and 180 degrees.This is a clone of Betamaze