Mallard Blocky

by gid

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Based on the output from the Mullard SAA5050 teletext character generator as used in the venerable BBC Microcomputer's "MODE 7". I've tried to keep this version fairly true to the original. "Blockier" uses the definitions from the data sheet with each pixel doubled up. "Blocky" uses the definitions from the data sheet along with the extra pixels the chip adds in. "Smooth" and "Smoother" use non-square bricks to make the shape less pixellated while still keeping the overall shape. "Tiny" is the same as "Blockier", but with one data sheet pixel to one font part, giving a smaller pixel font.
Info: Created on 6th September 2009 . Last edited on 7th September 2009.
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