Super Mario Brothers 2

by Patrick Lauke (redux)

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Recreation of the font used in nintendo's classic "super mario brothers 2" ("super mario USA", 1988). All alphanumeric characters are straight from the game (with the exception of "Q", which i tried to keep in a matching style), while all other characters are generic versions I included to make the font a bit more useful. UPDATE: fixed the "q" to match the one found in the game ROM.
Info: Created on 12th July 2012 . Last edited on 21st August 2014.
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Comment by Patrick Lauke (redux) 14th July 2012
@redux - Yet another great classic game font recreation!
Comment by Goatmeal 14th July 2012
@Goatmeal thank you for your continued support, fella :)
Comment by Patrick Lauke (redux) 15th July 2012
As an aside, there actually is a "Q" bitmap buried in the ROM. Here's what it looks like:
Comment by codeman38 16th July 2012
@codeman38 oh wow. gotta say, i actually prefer my version. what a conundrum: go for accuracy (though from what i can see no text actually uses the Q in game) or for my own aesthetic sensibility?
Comment by Patrick Lauke (redux) 16th July 2012
@redux - Why not do both? Put the official "Q" in one position (either "Q" or "q"); then put your version of the "Q" in the other position, and denote it in the font's description.
Comment by Goatmeal 17th July 2012
went for accuracy...replaced the Q
Comment by Patrick Lauke (redux) 29th July 2012


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