Recreation of the pixel font from Sega's "Alex Kidd: The Lost Stars" (1986). Alphanumeric characters are the same as "Space Harrier" (1985), with the exception of the "S". Punctuation and special characters are unique to this game, though. Only the characters present in the game's tile set have been included.This is a clone of Space Harrier (Original)
Recreation of the pixel font from the Sega CD version of Konami's "Snatcher" (1994). With the exception of a few special characters ("=", "[", "]", "\", "|", "$") only the characters used in the game have been included.
The ubiquitous video game font standard, likely designed by Lyle Rains of Atari; first used in 1976's "Sprint 2" by Atari, and then on until well into the 1990s. Used by most video arcade game companies, including (but not limited to): Namco, Williams Electronics, Irem, Atari, Konami, Bally-Midway, Taito, Nintendo and Sega. The lower case characters are from several Atari video arcade games from 1984-1987. Plenty of alternate characters -- variations used in conjunction with the standard font, all selected from a variety of MAME32 game roms.
Clone of Space Odyssey. Font from Space Odyssey, (C) 1981 Sega Enterprises LtdThis is a clone of Space Odyssey
The Sega Genesis logotype, with extended character sets! Inspired by Act Select with some personal tweaks and very pixel-friendly.
This is a replica font that was originally used as the end credits for Sonic 3 and Knuckles for the SEGA Genesis. Original text design courtesy of SEGA.
Recreation of the pixel font from Bits Studio/Flying Edge's "Terminator 2: Judgement Day" (1991) on the Sega Mega Drive. In game, the font uses a subtle form of antialiasing on the top-left-most pixel, which has been omitted from this recreation. Only the characters present in the game's tile set have been included.
Clone of Turtles. Font from 600, (C) Konami 1981 ; Turtles, (C) 1981 Stern Electroncs/Konami ; and Turpin, (C) 1981 Sega/KonamiThis is a clone of Turtles