by leilei

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What were you doing in 1994/95? What I was doing was spending all night using the Doom Construction Kit (DCK unfortunately, for short) coming up with lots of random Doom maps and then this typeface was burned into my face for quite the extended time. Fast forward to now and although DCK is hard to run and execute on today's modern systems (even in the latest DOSBox) its legacy still lives on via this typeface. Note that this is NOT the DCK3.x typeface, which is completely different, and looks similar to Chicago anyway. This is my first fontstruct font ever. There may be changes made to this font in the near future but when I 'figure it out' I will definitely update this thing. Basic latin only. :( Also not fixed width unfortunately, so some characters squeeze together and ASCII art doesn't look lined up.
Info: Created on 10th May 2008 . Last edited on 10th May 2008.
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Retro goodness. I think your 'i' and 'l' are one grid space too far right.
Comment by Stephen Coles (Stewf) 10th May 2008

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