Recreation of one of the pixel fonts from Cave's "DoDonPachi" (1997), reused in later games such as "ESP Ra.De." (1998) and "Progear" (2001). This is a refinement and expansion of one of the pixel fonts from the previous entry in the series, "DonPachi" (1995). Notable differences are the letters "A", "C", "G", "J", "V", "W", "X", "Z", "+" and the addition of a complete lowercase, extra arrows, "*", "<", ">". While in the previous game the font (one of at least 5 present in the game) was only used sparingly, this time around it seems that this font - while present in the game's ROM - was not used at all, which is surprising considering how much more complete it is.This is a clone of DonPachi
This is a NEOGEO´s System font, in bold
This font come at "Mutation Nation" & "NAM-1975" Dialogs texts
Recreation of an unused pixel font found in Psikyo's "Pilot Kids" (1998). Only the characters present in the game's ROM have been included.
Recreation of the stencil font from Seibu Kaihatsu's "Raiden Figthers Jet" (1998), used in the intro cinematic, the briefing/battle result data screen and in-game notifications (e.g. "Quick shot!"). This font was also used in "Raiden Fighters 2: Operation Hell Dive" (1997), but only for the in-game notifications.
Only the characters present in the game's tile set have been included.
The pixelated Comic Sans MS font used in Baldi's Basics.
NOTE: the font is all aligned along the baseline, this isn't true in Baldi's Basics or Comic Sans.
NOTE #2: Doesn't include all of the actual glyphs used in Comic Sans, this is all because of how it is in Baldi.
Recreation of the primary pixel font from Psikyo's "Space Bomber" (1998). Only the characters present in the game's tile set have been included.
Recreation of the primary large pixel font from Psikyo's "Strikers 1945" (1995), which was reused in the sequels "Strikers 1945 II" (1997), "Strikers 1999" (aka "Strikers 1945 III", 1999) and "Strikers 1945 Plus" (Neo-Geo, 1999), as well as other titles like "Gunbird 2" (1998), "Dragon Blaze" (2000) and "Gunbarich" (2001). Only the characters present in the game's tile set have been included.This is a clone of Samurai Aces (Large)