Smooth version of the in-game dialogue font from Space Quest 6: Roger Wilco In The Spinal Frontier, (C) 1995 Sierra On-Line.
Includes the Positive and Negative Post symbols and Sierra logo; modified / (to match \) and characters % $ [ | ] ~ by Goatmeal. Original / found in the More Latin area. Modified from the original Sierra Resource File Tags: "70.fon" & "71.fon"
Please note that during the "smoothing process" (from pixel to "bezier"), some liberties were taken with certain glyph designs.This is a clone of Sierra Font 70 fon
Lock Chest font from Betrayal At Krondor, (C) 1993 Dynamix / Sierra On-Line. Bitmap typeface of the Human translation of the Moredhel Lock Chests found throughout the greatest computer RPG of all time, "Betrayal At Krondor".
For the Moredhel version, please see Blu3vib3's excellent recreation:
(Sorry, the direct link function isn't working at the moment.)
Capitals taken from the Tumblers and Hints. Lowercase and Punctuation taken from the Hints. Numerals are taken from the Cheat Chest Tumblers (Alt + Rt. Shift + ~ on the overhead map screen).
Text font from "Space Quest V: Roger Wilco - The Next Mutation", (C) 1993 Dynamix / Sierra. Sierra Resource File Tag: "1605.fon"
Clone of Sierra Font 1605 fon. Bold version of the text font from "Space Quest V: Roger Wilco - The Next Mutation", (C) 1993 Dynamix / Sierra. Because (1.) Sierra fonts were aligned along the Cap Height instead of the Baseline, and (2.) this game often used the regular font (1605) and the lowercase bold (5220) within in the same lines of text, this font replicates the same alignment. Modified L S W l and s by Goatmeal; originals located in the More Latin area. Sierra Resource File Tag: "5220.fon"This is a clone of Sierra Font 1605 fon
Main text font for numerous Sierra SCI games. The version from Space Quest I VGA includes several copy protection symbols and the Roman numeral I. The version from Space Quest IV includes Roman numerals IV and XII, plus a horizontal ™. These glyphs are located in the More Latin area. Circumflex Accent ^ by Goatmeal. Sierra Resource File Tags: "font.004" ; "4.fon" ; "1107.fon" ; "1207.fon"
Please note that "font.004" in the early Hoyle games contain a bold variant of this font.
Font used in King's Quest V: Absence Makes The Heart Go Yonder!, (C) 1990 Sierra On-Line. Sierra Resource File Tag: "font.008" and is paired with the solid outline version of this font, "font.009".
The font was used for the opening credits and for a single phrase during gameplay:
• Instead of using the solid outline version font.009 for the opening credits, a drop-shadow effect was employed (recreated here in my new sample).
• It was used later in the game WITH the solid outline version font.009 for one single phrase: "A few hours later....." (occurring twice in the floppy disk version, but only once in the CD-ROM version).
Solid outline font used in King's Quest V: Absence Makes The Heart Go Yonder!, (C) 1990 Sierra On-Line. Sierra Resource File Tag: "font.009" and is paired with the Sierra font "font.008".
This font was used for onle single phrase in the game: "A few hours later....." (occurring twice in the floppy disk version, but only once in the CD-ROM version). Oddly enough, instead of using the outline font.009, the opening credits used the font.008 twice for a 'drop-shadow' effect...
And while they may have been intentional choices, there are several instances where the outline designs don't follow the patterns found with the majority of other glyphs (missing pixels, perhaps for legibility?). As such, the following characters:
• J O P Q R S X c j m n p q r s u v z ! ;
...have all been 'corrected' within the main set of glyphs; their original designs can be found in the More Latin section.This is a clone of Sierra Font 008