Recreation of the pixel font from TAD Corporation's "Cabal" (1988). Only the characters present in the game's tile set have been included.
Expanded version of the pixel font from TAD Corporation's "Cabal" (1988). This version includes accented characters and additional punctuation/special characters not present in the original game tile set.This is a clone of Cabal
Clone of Capcom Serif Large, but edited to look more typographically consistent. Enjoy! (Renamed from "v2" to "Remix" because it just sounds better; no other edits have been made.)This is a clone of Capcom Serif Large
Recreation of the pixel font from Universal's "Cheeky Mouse" (1980). Note the thin "C", excessively wide "M" and "W" (which results in an awkward butting-up of most following characters), and the missing pixel in the numeral "0" which differentiate this from later forms of this font, such as the one used in "Devil Zone" (1980). Only the characters present in the game's tile set have been included.This is a clone of Devil Zone
A delightful, chunky number inspired by 80s arcades. This is intended as a display font. Chunky and Hunky will make you crave more and more of its retro goodness.
Recreation of the pixel font from Jaleco's "City Connection" (1985). Only the characters present in the game's tile set have been included.
The "Clickwise" language font from Penny Arcade's "Automata" webcomic. Based on Jon Molnar's research: http://www.cogspace.com/clickwise/ Incomplete, because some characters are not yet public. Note that this is a fast and simple hack. It can (and should) be improved. CAPS ONLY, with a period (.) at the ends. | contains a "mold" for characters.
Last updated: 2017-01-19