Recreation of the pixel font from HAL Laboratory's "Adventures of Lolo" (1989) on the NES. Only the characters present in the game's tile set have been included.
Inspired by a video showing a hairdresser creating a wig for a play........
Many LC glyphs are an alternate to corresponding UC.
I haven't mastered creating good joints between FS bricks and the compos I need to make ""to join"" the two types of brick. Trying to get them to flow into each other produces more or less untidy joining in many places which I find frustrating. Maybe I have to sketch out simpler designs for easy Fontstructing.
Looking at the caron I wonder if the center cross-over brick needs replacing with the one that dips downwards? See the two different bricks in the caron of E and e.This is a clone
Recreation of the primary pixel font from Konami's "Akumajō Special: Boku Dracula-kun" (1990) on the Nintendo Famicom. It includes an almost complete set of hiragana and katakana characters.
Note that in the game, the dakuten and handakuten are rendered as a character on the preceding line, while this recreation includes characters with these diacritics in the correct position in the correct character codepoints themselves - for this reason, the characters themselves are taller than 8 pixels.
Only the characters present in the game's tile set have been included.
this is a pixelated version of a font I previously handwrote that you can find here along all my other fonts
A completely 8-Bit type face inspired by western cowboys and extra-terrestial aliens. Font is free for for all ranchers, cattlemen, geeks, E.Ts and Jovians.
Interractive type sepcimen available here:
~ Altima - created by Caveras after the original main text font used in Final Fantasy Tactics for the Sony PlayStation. ~
Altima is not the first recreation of the original PSone Final Fantasy Tactics font on the web, but certainly the most accurate and comprehensive you'll find. The font is based on the complete set of the game's international bitmap glyphs and thus also features the Japanese hiragana and katakana alphabets as well as countless additional stuff like a cyrillic base character set, special characters, zodiac signs, and whatnot.
The base font size and recommended setting for Altima is 16pt and multiples of that. Use metric kerning and no additional smoothing effects for the ultimate FFT experience.
License Information: You are not allowed to use this font for any commercial purposes. If you wish to obtain a commercial license, please contact me via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Final Fantasy Tactics on the PlayStation was developed by Square and published by Square & Sony in 1997.
A remastered version of Amanuensis by Riccard0.
I made uppercase non-decorative, fixed some width issues with lowercase, modified m, w, made alternates for g, y, d, almost finished the numerals, added some European characters, alt. eszett, more ligatures.This is a clone
Angle font from The Print Shop Companion.
This was a tricky one. Going pixel for pixel from C64 screen grabs would have made this thing huge - it could have been done but I didn't want to do a major project here. I ended up eyeballing the letters and doing it freehand, roughly 5x9 but a few characters are 6x9. This also let me work more with the angled pieces (no pun intended) in Fontstruct as I want to learn them better.
As you may have guessed, this is an unshadowed version of Pioneer. Print Shop's fonts were more often than not replicas of commercial fonts. I wasn't able to locate a solid Pioneer so this will do for now - plus it only has a descender on the Q. Only characters in the Print Shop font have been produced.