Wipeout 64

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Inspired by the N64 console game Wipeout 64
Info: Created on 24th August 2012 . Last edited on 3rd September 2012.
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Nice work! The "b" I think better to be made uppercase.
And the "v" could be improved better.
Comment by cablecomputer 25th August 2012
Thanks cablecomputer!
Update:
UC:Glyphs found in the game
LC:Glyphs not in the game
Comment by rj10328 25th August 2012
Ahh, brings back memories! Gotta play WipEout 2097 on my PlayStation right now. Valparaiso, Auricom, Phantom.

It's a shame that Psygnosis/Studio Liverpool was shut down by Sony a few days ago :(.

The original font is called "Amalgama" and it was designed by The Designers Republic as far as I remember.

Awesome job. I really like how did you expand the set, cool "a", but "v" could be smaller.
Comment by Neoqueto 2nd September 2012
AG Syst3ms, Dyroness(Karbonis)
Just remembered the focus for creating the second set was not to make lowercase letters but to make their alternate form in general
It sure is a real shame about Psygnosis they were so ahead of their time, I don't know what sony is thinking
Comment by rj10328 3rd September 2012
I will always have fond memories of Wipeout. *tear*
Comment by minimum 3rd September 2012

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