Arcadical is a geometric sans serif display typface characterized by angled stems, counters, and terminals. It consists of 26 uppercase characters, 10 numerals, and 16 punctuation marks.
Born of a mid-life reminisce, this font was inspired by the arcade culture of the 80's. It was a time when game playing was done at an aracade rather than a game system or computer at home. It could be considered a mix of 80's pop with a major dose of heavy metal since it was a time when music defined fashion and behavior (and both were questionable, in retrospect). Like, totally.This is a clone
Large font used in numerous Atari video arcade games, 1984-1987. As the original font uses three different colors for a font-smoothing effect, I attempted to replicate it in two-color by using differently-sized squares. Not sure how well that works; as such, any suggestions are welcome. Best below 20 pt.
Revisiting a font I made over 10 years ago as a request: A solid version of the large font used in numerous Atari video arcade games, 1984-1987. By removing the three-colored font-smoothing effect, the typeface definitely loses its elegance; some glyphs (especially the #) are reduced to mere "blobs" of pixels. Hopefully the requester finds some use for it. Best below 20 pt.This is a clone of Atari Serif
Clone of Cloak & Dagger. Font from Cloak & Dagger, (C) 1983 AtariThis is a clone of Cloak & Dagger
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Clone of Future Spy. Font from Future Spy, (C) 1984 Sega; their second Zaxxon-like game.This is a clone of Future Spy
Clone of Ghosts 'N Goblins. Font from Ghosts 'N Goblins, (C) 1985 CapcomThis is a clone of Ghosts 'N Goblins