The main language seen in the videogame Stray, used by the robots as communication. However it's more of a cipher than a proper language. Therefore it can be transformed into a font/typeface for people to use.
9/5/2022 - First Release, only basic latin.
Original typeface credit given to developers of the game Stray, I only take credit for the portions added onto the already existing typeface.
A plain, geometric, and an angular sans-serif typeface. It added Greek support and geometric shapes. The lowercase "c" had to connect with other letters and looked like an uppercase "E", the "e" had a curved bar with no straight segment, the "i" had a tail, the "j" had no tail, the "q" had a primer tail, the "s" had to connect with other letters and looked like an uppercase "E", the "t" had a curved top. It also includes Hebrew. These two of the Cyrillic yers had a curvy point. The Capital Cyrillic two of yers changed before sladding the font.
In 2021, this family has been added all italics and it also includes Private Use Area.
What's New in 4213 Contacts:
Added Greek support
Fixed script 'e'
Removed 'i' with tail on bottom
Added Hebrew support
Fixed Cyrillic Pe
Fixed script Phi
Fixed Cyrillic Ef
Fixed rounded Cyrillic Tse
UPDATE 1.5 – Made new Greek Latin and Cyrillic Letters
UPDATE 1.55 – Added kerning
UPDATE 1.575 – Updated kerning and higher Cyrillic characters/glyphs
UPDATE 1.6 – Updated kerning
UPDATE 1.9 — Fixed sladding
UPDATE 2.1 - Fixed letters
Quicksand Condensed is a display, tiny slanted, and a slow font free for non-commercial use. It's just cute enough!
Uniliteral Hieroglyphs - they connected to the equivalent sounding letter on the keyboard, in the cases of H,h and X,x all make a similar sound with some variation. If there are alternate signs available they are included as the capitalised versions. Note this cannot be used for transliteration purposes (for example, 'j' is not a leaf, but a snake as it is the closest to making a 'j' sound)
Inspired by fixed-width Unicode, a.k.a. Ａｅｓｔｈｅｔｉｃ.