Recreation of the 6px pixel font used in Nintendo's "Super Mario Kart" (1992) on the SNES. In the game, the font has a 2px spacing to account for the outline. In this recreation, I opted to just go for a 1px spacing - if you do use it outlined, make sure to add the extra pixel for authenticity.
Update Sept. 2019: added ":" and "," and fixed incorrect "Q", "V", "(" and ")"
Nintendo's "Super Mario World" (1990) on the SNES contains a maddening 5 pixel fonts. This is the recreation of the 7px tall font used for the game's message boxes and level names on the world map. UPDATE: in the game, the font has a 2px spacing to account for the outline. in this recreation, i opted to just go for a 1px spacing - if you do use it outlined, make sure to add the extra pixel for authenticity.
Update Sept. 2019: added some missing unused characters "?", "•", "(", ")" and fixed the incorrect "Q".
Nintendo's "Super Mario World" (1990) on the SNES contains a maddening 5 pixel fonts. This is the recreation of the two small, 6px tall variants used for the game menus, end-of-stage stats, and the end credits. These have been spread out across the upper- and lowercase. Note the reduced-size 5px tall numerals, and the copyright symbol used on the title screen. UPDATE: in the game, the font has a 2px spacing to account for the outline. in this recreation, i opted to just go for a 1px spacing - if you do use it outlined, make sure to add the extra pixel for authenticity.
Update Sept. 2019: fixed the incorrect "Q"
A faithful recreation of the font found on 1st-party Nintendo Entertainment System games, such as Duck Hunt, Tetris, Dr. Mario, Clu Clu Land, Pinball, Gyromite, and of course, as the name says in the font, Super Mario Bros.! Type like it was 1985! Now you're typing with power!This is a clone
A recreation of the Super Mario 64 font.
Some characters are not the same as in the game because I changed/removed a few pixels. Some symbols like '?' or '@' aren't in the game, so i made them myself.
The font used in Super Mario 64 when speaking to people or reading signs. These characters are mostly derived from the game and used to recreate the font. Glyphs such as the asterisk and curly bracket are made with modified or existing characters used in-game (star instead of asterisk, curly bracket made from parenthesis, etc.)
thanks to aphoria for showing me how to do this.
NSMB Font Remake is a font almost identical to the one used on New Super Mario Bros titles.
Edit: The Font now has bigger counters and a new name!
A font with Super Mario enemies, blocks, decor, and the player.
Perfect at pixel view!
Includes A-Z, a-z, and 0-9.
B: Ground Tile
D: Mario/Luigi dying from a Goomba
K: Koopa Troopa
L: Lucky Block
O: Mushroom Platform
P: Small Warp Pipe
Q: Bonus Lift
R: Mario/Luigi Jumping
S: Super Star
U: Super Mario/Luigi Walking
V: Mario/Luigi climbing a Vine
X: Super Mario/Luigi getting a Coin
Y: Super Mario/Luigi swimming
Z: Cheep Cheep in water
b: Brick Block
d: Mario/Luigi dying from a Koopa Troopa
e: Koopa Paratroopa
f: Fire Mario/Luigi
g: Mario/Luigi jumping on a Spring
h: Hammer Bro.
i: Super Mario/Luigi ducking
j: Used Block
k: King Koopa/Bowser
l: Podoboo/Lava Bubble
n: Mario/Luigi turning
m: Super Mushroom
o: Mushroom Platform
p: Princess Toadstool Peach
q: Bonus Lift
r: Higher Bridge
s: Super Mario/Luigi
u: Super Mario/Luigi Walking
v: Mario/Luigi getting a Super Mushroom
x: Super Mario/Luigi getting a Fire Flower
y: Three Coins
z: Higher Water/Lava
0: Mario/Luigi getting a 1-UP
1: Stomped Goomba
2: Medium Warp Pipe
3: Large Warp Pipe
4: Piranha Plant in a Large Warp Pipe
5: Brick Block with Lucky Block above
6: Brick Block higher up
7: Fire Bar
8: Koopa Troopa Shell
9: Bullet Bill and LauncherThis is a clone
Formerly known as Cricket Pie, this font offers a fancy handwirtten, high-res, variable width style for new-style adventure and role-playing games. Not only just that, it might be useful for writing documents and taking notes! Original fonts by ©Square Enix Co., Ltd./Nintendo. Hiragana and Katakana fonts are coming soon!