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Recreation of the font used in Universal Games' classic "Lady Bug" (1981), and later in "Mr. Do!" (1982), "Mr. Do's Castle" (1983), "Mr. Do's Wild Ride" (1984) and "Jumping Jack" (1984). This font has been slightly expanded with a few extra characters. Note the heart icon, which is mapped to the "black heart" (U+2665) unicode point. UPDATED to include the more correct @ symbol and to remap the heart icon from * to unicode point.
Info: Created on 21st January 2013 . Last edited on 29th April 2013.
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Comment by Patrick Lauke (redux) 22nd January 2013

@redux - Another great re-creation!

The "Lady Bug" typeface was later used for the following Universal video arcade games:

-- Lady Bug, (C) 1981 Universal
-- Mr. Do, (C) 1982 Universal
-- Mr. Do's Castle, (C) 1983 Universal
-- Mr. Do's Wild Ride, (C) 1984 Universal
-- Jumping Jack, (C) 1984 Universal
Comment by Goatmeal 22nd January 2013
Comment by Patrick Lauke (redux) 29th April 2013
Nice one!
Comment by Noah (winty5) 29th April 2013

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