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Play consists of rolling two dots across the landscape and jumping in order to reach the end of the level. As you go you try and collect a stamp for each letter, but they are not essential. There are puzzles to solve as you progress, with challenges such as finding and moving another dot to fill a tray that shows three spaces.
This game is unusual because it focuses on the structural aspect of typography and text rather than words and sentences. The dots slide down, jump across, knock over, and otherwise physically manoeuvre the letters as objects. This is matched with imagery that pays homage to each font and its historical significance.
The information and history pages you unlock through gameplay provide a history and language lesson on the side, and are greatly enhanced when paired with the imagery throughout the levels.
You can play this game in the following styles:
There are a lot of collectible pages that can be found which have history of font and typography lessons on the, and those are at a moderate reading level with smaller text that can not be adjusted. The are not used in gameplay or required to complete the game.
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