It's always intriguing when a game developer takes a technical, even mundane, activity and makes it into a competition. Take kerning, for example: the process of adjusting the spacing between characters in a proportional font, usually to achieve a visually pleasing result... or at least that's Wikipedia's take. Anyways, KernType, a unique puzzle game developed by Mark MacKay for education site Method of Action, charges you with just that: click and drag the middle letters of a given word for a given font to make it aesthetically perfect. Your result will be compared against a professional typographer's, and you will be given a score based on how close you get to their solution. It's not a concept that survives multiple plays-through, but it's quirky fun and a compelling showcase for the beauty of text. Oh, and your friendly neighborhood game reviewer managed himself an 81/100. Beat that, you wingdings.