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Activision's "Predator" (1987) on the NES is generally regarded as a dreadful game...but the pixel font used in the start screen and the story intro (but not in the game itself) is an interesting variation of the more standard Nintendoid font. In particular, the lowercase, custom numbers and the sexy ampersand are worth pointing out here. A few minor tweaks have been applied to the quotes and punctuation, to more easily make it fit with the overall rhythm of the letters.

EDIT (August 2019): fixed the incorrect "Q" (which came from the in-game font) and changed quotes and punctuation back to their original (slightly unbalanced) look for accuracy. The only small concession I made is to move the numbers by one pixel to the right to make them work better when paired with letters.

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Comment by Patrick H. Lauke (redux) 2nd october 2012
Comment by Patrick H. Lauke (redux) 4th august 2019
Comment by Patrick H. Lauke (redux) 4th august 2019

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