After searching for a version of the kana-based DigiCode on the Internet and turning up nothing, I went ahead and made my own version for use in this deviation: [link]
Although I created the font, I didn't create the DigiCode, so I don't think it's fair to demand that you credit me every time you use it (and please, Bandai, don't come after me either!). However, I did have to pay ten bucks to make it with yourfonts.com
, so if you do use it, credit would be appreciated--at the very least, please direct anyone who asks about it back here!
I'd also appreciate it if you left links to the pictures or projects you make with the DigiCode here, so I can see your fine works! ^^Installation
To use this font, click the download button. Windows 7 users should be able to install it automatically. Users of other versions of Windows should find the file (usually located in the download area or desktop) and move it into the following folder: C:/Windows/Fonts . Once there, it should appear for use in programs like Microsoft Office and Photoshop.
Mac users....I'm sorry. I don't know about your systems. But you should be able to look up how to install fonts on your operating system with Google. Notes
This was drawn freehand, and I'm no professional, so it is NOT 100% PERFECT. At sizes of 24 or larger, there may be some slight but noticeable flaws in some of the glyphs. You can correct these manually for graphics projects (bolding also helps) or, if you really want a 100% perfect version, ask me for the file I used to create the code. I'll give it to you and you can touch it up and run it through a fontmaker again.
Please note that if you type a letter or symbol that isn't part of the chart (e.g. [ ), your font will drop out of the DigiCode and you will have to manually reset it. Easter Egg:
There is one exception to this rule. If you type the '^' symbol, this font will automatically generate the words "Digital Monster"--the most commonly used phrase in this font, found on many Digimons' ribbons and holy rings--in DigiCode.
And here's a direct link to the website mentioned in the deviation: [link]
has made a lovely Digimon Adventure digivolution sequence brush set with these! It can be found here!: [link]Credits:
I found the image used on the Internet and included it, considering it fair use for educational purposes. Many thanks to Shigeru82 for providing the initial chart.
Digimon is (c) to Bandai, Toei and their affiliates.