Google Fonts have been around for a while and the great thing about them is they are open source and free to use for commercial purposes. No more worrying about the Font Police emailing you about the abused use of Arial or Helvetica. Translation is so much easier when using a font as you don’t have to include 5 different graphic assets for each language. Your HTML5 game size is kept to a minimum and all you have a large library of different styled fonts to choose from.
Google Translate can be a very attractive tool to use but be very careful as this could end in disaster. Some words vary in different languages and cultures when used in different context. That’s why it is always safer to use a native speaking outsourced worker to make sure the translation is correct. So our advice is to not use this just incase you say the wrong thing.
So, take the little bit of extra time when planning your next HTML5 Game and introduce the use of fonts to minimise your workload for future projects.