Forces Advance

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Dingbat font for wargame-style playing pieces or "sprites".

4 Comments

The index I'm using, other games could use the same glyph to represent something else:
A Infantry
B Bazooka
C Bike
D Engineer
E Researcher
F Sniper
G Light Tank
H Medium Tank
I War Tank
J Anti-Air Tank
K Defensive Artillery
L Rig
M Recon
N Jammer
O Mobile Artillery
P Rocket Artillery
Q Anti-Air Artillery
R Aerial Drone
S Fighter Jet
T Heavy Bomber
U Stealth Bomber
V Assault Copter
W Heavy Copter
X Transport Copter
Y Comm Copter
Comment by Elementalist 25th march 2014
Great fun.
Comment by p2pnut 25th march 2014
This font compells me a word that isn't quite it my repitoire when it comes to expressing jubilation. It makes me want to say "Hooray!"
Comment by OsyenVyeter 26th march 2014
Numbers now have associated glyphs, which could be used for representing someone's allegiance, or for other uses in the game.
0 Noose/Death
1 Moon/Night
2 Gem/Mineral/Mines
3 Sun/Day
4 Coin/Wealth/Funds
5 Leaf/Forest/Wilderness
6 Wave/Ocean
7 Tome/Research/Library
Comment by Elementalist 30th march 2014

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