Tool for translating the Nazcaä script from the Ni no Kuni video game, using an alphabet made up of symbols, loops, lines and circles.
Nazcaän Alphabet - dCode
Tag(s) : Symbol Substitution
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Nazcaan script is a fictional language created for the video game Ni no Kuni.
The Nazcaä script is a substitution of the letters of the Latin/French alphabet by Nazcaan symbols.
The game having been published in Japan, it had several different localizations and therefore several different alphabets.
Alphabet (1): used in the English version. The letters I and J are identical, just like U and V and W is represented with 2 times V. In addition, 3 characters represent pairs of letters: TH, CH and EI.
The characters of the Nazcaä alphabet are quite curved, sometimes have strokes and loops. The figures have a circular base.
Any references to the Ni no Kuni 二ノ国 video game or to Level 5 and Ghibli studios are clues.
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Nazcaän Alphabet on dCode.fr [online website], retrieved on 2023-09-27,