Typography Video Game Takes Players Through Various Font Levels

Typography Video Game Takes Players Through Various Font Levels
technology

Type:Rider lets people navigate through Times of Comic Sana to learn the story behind each one.

Sara Boboltz
  • 15 october 2013

Wannabe type nerds, rejoice: there’s a video game that will teach you the history of the most predominant typefaces. Garamond, Times, Helvetica — and yes, even Comic Sans — are represented in Type:Rider as separate levels. Players explore through their avatar, a colon tipped sideways to resemble wheels on a bike.

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