Well, I had to try it. :D
Clone/continuation of Arc Brick 2:2 by geneus1. If you're new, check that link out - lots to learn from in there. Credit to geneus1 for the idea and the basic design of this font.
The original looked like it had something mechanically new and interesting going on which could teach me new tricks, so I cloned it to see what that trick was. It turned out to be something I'd already picked up, but I wanted to see what I could turn the design into, so now we have this.This is a clone of Arc Brick 2:2 Sample Font
My attempt at making a Unown font where all the letters are consistent in size. This is original pixel art made using a high-res reference. It's made to be a nice-looking design, not to be 100% accurate to the games. Upper case is fully kerned.
"We Dunno" is an anagram for "Unowned".
Original size: 6.75pt (use multiples of this value for pixel perfection)
Recommended: Use with kerning turned ON!
Joketext font from ESOSLite. This is very similar to the original ESOS Lite Terminal, but turned 90 degrees counterclockwise.
This text prints in one or two ways: either as it displays here on-site or in a RTL columnar format where the body of text is rotated back 90 degrees clockwise. The latter is usually used for jokes about weeaboos; I play 100% Orange Juice and watch Katekyō Hitman Reborn! so I pretty much am one.
Portable Vengeance in negative. A few glyphs (such as "Q") were truncated for the grid.
Rather than spacing this so the blocks form a continuous reel, as I usually do, I decided to let things be a bit spaced out. This makes the font much better at attracting attention. And, since this is made to show system messages in games and consoles, it works out!
A fan request. This is Minecraft's in-game text font, truncated to fit into a smaller grid and then edited for consistency.
Feel free to use this for your fan games / mods / whatever! :D
Original size: 6pt (use multiples of this value for pixel perfection)
With Dynatype Z I tried to take the exotic aspects further without changing the core design too much. The lowercase got some alternates, too!This is a clone of Coquette Dynatype
Another brickswap of Marengi. This one will be programmed into actual marquee displays, some physical and some software-based. If only the glow of the LEDs could be simulated with bricks!
Original size: 11pt (use multiples of this value for pixel perfection)This is a clone of Marengi
Bold variant of Ticketmeister.
Original size: 14.25pt (use multiples of this value for pixel perfection)This is a clone of Ticketmeister
One of the many fonts used in "Hammerin' Harry: Ghost Building Company" by Irem for the Game Boy. This one can be seen on the title screen.
None of the fonts used in the game seem to have been completed. Analysis with VBA's Tile Viewer reveals only the glyphs needed to spell out what little text exists. In particular this font has only the glyphs "BCDEILMNORSTY139©". Thus, I took it upon myself to make the font more complete.
I did not add lowercase, since it's impossible to tell what style it would have been drawn in. EVERY font in the game is in uppercase... though some of the others do have small caps for "lowercase".
Recreation of a font from "Proxima", a 2000 public-domain homebrew SHMUP game by Alan Obee for Game Boy Color. This font is used on the title screen and high-score screens (though the high-score version is built of tiles and looks much more detailed).
.#$!? are inventions - not present in the original font, but useful nonetheless.
A "placeholder text", "gibberish" or "cipher" font, inspired by the fictional newspaper "Capcom Times" which makes an appearance at the end of some Mega Man video games. Each time the paper appears, it has different symbols and fonts on it. This rendition is based on the newspaper from Mega Man 6 on NES!
A "placeholder text", "gibberish" or "cipher" font, inspired by the fictional newspaper "Capcom Times" which makes an appearance at the end of some Mega Man video games. Each time the paper appears, it has different symbols and fonts on it. This rendition is based on the newspaper from Mega Man 7 on SNES!