3x3 cipher, based on version 0.3 of "Micromaze". It uses its own form of binary notation for the numerals, wherein the upper-right 4 pixels play the role of the 1, 2, 4, and 8.
This is the smallest font in which I was able to give a unique symbol to every glyph (excluding the lower/upper case, which look the same). It reads sort of like Pigpen Cipher, but is more densely written.
Since MMC is obscure and of constant width/height, it serves many "gibberish" and "placeholder text" purposes in addition to being a modestly strong cipher.
Original size: 2pt (use multiples of this value for pixel perfection)
An uncircled version of Misplaced Baubles.
Most characters have the same height so that they can be used alongside Misplaced Baubles and other fonts of mine.This is a clone of Misplaced Baubles
A 3x3 microfont from the Virtual Gremlin, an old game of mine. This is designed to look tiny and indistinct. Useful when writing jargon, placeholder text, or technobabble (the kind of meaningless information you'd write when drawing a newspaper or computer terminal).
08 Feb 2018 - v1.0 declared finished.
While creating this font, I had 2 tasks:
1. The font must be a minimum size
2. The font should be visually understandable
In the end, I came to the conclusion that 3x3 pixels is what I need.
Unlike some other fonts, I have a true size of 3x3, not a pseudo, sacrificing the classical appearance of some letters and numbers.
In some programs ("Notepad" for example) there is no possibility to adjust the line spacing, so you will have to skip the line so that it does not merge with the previous one...
I hope you will enjoy ;)
Size: 3x3 (square)
Making a pixel font series. I tried to make the smallest font posible and it looks ok, especially when viewed at smallest size.
Things that don't look good: (G, 8, @, ß, €, #, %)
- G (upper + lower case) looks like a weird C
- 8, @ are just black squares
- ß, €, #, % just don't resemble (Hey! At least I tried!)