36 days ago BRK and 36 days ago Thick BRK are free TrueType format fonts created by, and Copyright by, Brian Kent of ĂNIGMA.







The included fonts with reserved name "36 days ago BRK" (using filename '36daysag.ttf', at version 3.60) and "36 days ago Thick BRK" (using filename '36daythk.ttf' at version 3.62), in this distribution archive were created by Brian Kent, from ĂNIGMA GAMES & FONTS and released as freeware fonts.



These are full sans-serif fonts with quirky upper and lowercase characters, alternative characters (╚, ╔, ╩, ╦, ╠, ═, ╬, ¤, đ & Đ), numerals and punctuation. '36 days ago BRK' is the regular version, while '36 days ago Thick BRK' is a near black heavy bold version of the font. The fonts could be thought of as a bit curvy few curved kinks in the ascenders.



See the "38daysago.txt" text file for info on how to install the fonts or use the alternate characters.





AUTHORIZED FONT USE:

Commercial, professional, charitable or personal use of this freeware font is OK!



Redistribution of this font is authorized by the author if it is not altered (no derrivatives are allowed), as long as it includes the unaltered and unedited '36daysago.txt' text file, and the font is not sold (not even as a part of a larger collection), unless prior consent has been secured from the authoring designer.



For specific details on the use of this font, see the '36daysago.txt' text file for specific info from the designer, Brian Kent of ĂNIGMA.





ABOUT THE AUTHORING FONT DESIGNER:

Brian R. Kent

ĂNIGMA GAMES & FONTS



Last Known Website Addresses:

http://aenigma.cellosoft.com/

http://www.aenigmafonts.com/



Last Known Email address:

kentpw@norwich.net



Brian Kent may be with Cheap Pro Fonts now, if indeed it is the same Brian Kent:

http://www.myfonts.com/person/Brian_Kent/







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