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  1. Eurico

    emojigame

    emojigame.azurewebsites.net Hi, This is my first project, will be my undergraduate paper, and my first post here. It's on early stage, but I think I found a new way to produce text-mode games using Unicode and PHASER. soon on Github (must learn how...). I have a proposal for collaborative production. Who likes the idea? Any comment, critical, tip, 2cents,... please! sorry for poor english, I'm from Brazil. Thank's Phaser team. eurico.cao@gmail.com undergraduate programming student
  2. I am struggling to make Phaser text field show special characters like these: [ {"str":"ā","codeValue":257,"analog":"-a", "analogCodes": [45, 97]}, {"str":"ī","codeValue":299,"analog":"-i", "analogCodes": [45, 105]}, {"str":"ū","codeValue":363,"analog":"-u", "analogCodes": [45, 117]}, {"str":"ṛ","codeValue":7771,"analog":"r.", "analogCodes": [114, 46]}, {"str":"ṝ","codeValue":7773,"analog":"-r.", "analogCodes": [45, 114, 46]}, {"str":"ḷ","codeValue":7735,"analog":"l.", "analogCodes": [108, 46]}, {"str":"ḹ","codeValue":7737,"analog":"-l.", "analogCodes": [45, 108, 46]}, {"str":"ṁ","codeValue":7745,"analog":".m", "analogCodes": [46, 109]}, {"str":"ṃ","codeValue":7747,"analog":"m.", "analogCodes": [109, 46]}, {"str":"ḥ","codeValue":7717,"analog":"h.", "analogCodes": [104, 46]}, {"str":"ñ","codeValue":241,"analog":"~n", "analogCodes": [126, 110]}, {"str":"ṅ","codeValue":7749,"analog":".n", "analogCodes": [46, 110]}, {"str":"ṭ","codeValue":7789,"analog":"t.", "analogCodes": [116, 46]}, {"str":"ḍ","codeValue":7693,"analog":"d.", "analogCodes": [100, 46]}, {"str":"ṇ","codeValue":7751,"analog":"n.", "analogCodes": [110, 46]}, {"str":"ś","codeValue":347,"analog":"'s", "analogCodes": [39, 115]}, {"str":"ṣ","codeValue":7779,"analog":"s.", "analogCodes": [115, 46]} ] People call them Sanskrit:IAST letters, romanic version for letters from Devanagari alphabet. Some of them are not show at all, apart from those that are near code 256. Ones that are bigger like 7773 or such are not shown. Which font should I use or are there some style settings I could use?