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Another video game font, this one taken from Tad Corporation's 1989 arcade game 'Toki'; this same font would be used by Tad in the 1990 game 'Blood Bros.'  Aside from smart quotes and the inverted question and exclamation marks, this is a straight glyph dump.

Info: Created on 17th November 2016 . Last edited on 3rd December 2016.
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@John H. Isles (QXZ) - Congratulations on this wonderful recreation.  I look forward to seeing more rescues of lost video game typefaces like this!

Comment by Goatmeal 20th December 2016

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