A font for usage in a NES-styled game I'm making. Should release on GameJolt around late 2024 to early 2025-ish.
Credit is appreciated however not required.
CHANGE LOG (bold logs are major changes)
December 1, 2023: Slightly adjusted the Y and 0 glyphs
Some alternatives in lowercase
before you ask, the name is a reference to a line in a certain song (and no it does not play on radios)
is it just me or did no one question my existence while I was gone
yes I'm fine but I'm slowly slipping away from reality
feel free to clone this font
more active on Scratch because it's my life-blood (@bingula)
My own "language" (basically just English but with more letters).
A - Same as English.
B - Same as English.
Б - Same as B, but softer in the sounds it makes
C - Makes the C sound (as in cat)
Ç - Makes the ch sound (as in choose)
D - Same as English.
E - Same as English.
F - Same as English.
G - Same as English.
H - Same as English.
I - Makes the I sound (as in right) (Use ı for lowercase)
İ - Makes the I sound (as in igloo) (Use i for lowercase)
J - Same as English.
K - Same as English.
Ḳ - Makes the kw sound (as in question, Qatar, and all the words the letter Q is in)
L - Same as English.
M - Same as English.
N - Same as English.
Ŋ - Makes the ng sound (as in building)
O - Same as English.
P - Same as English.
R - Same as English.
S - Same as English.
ß - Makes the ss sound (as in possess)
T - Same as English.
Þ - Makes the th sound (as in thousand)
Ţ - Makes the TI sound (as in time)
Ŧ - Makes the TI sound (as in practice)
U - Same as English.
V - Same as English.
W - Same as English, but pronounced "wynn" instead of "double-u"
X - Same as English.
Y - Same as English.
Z - Same as English.
Nudged the "Letter" and "Word" words in the added tiles up and down to make it more readable (I did this with the Q and Z in the original font), and moved the big numbers in 0-9 back to their original places as to not connect said numbers with the small onesThis is a clone of BD Scrab-L Extended
replaced B and b with my logo (but futurized)
also added "gram" to I (uppercase i) because some people might get confused with other companies that contain "insta" at the start of their namesThis is a clone of Futuristic Logos
Clone of Polka-Dots which adds kerning to A, V, W, and their lowercase versions, in most letter combinations (AV, VA, WA, AW, av, va, wa, aw, Av, Va, Wa, Aw, aV, vA, wA, aW), with the non-kerned letter combinations being VW, vw, Vw, vWThis is a clone of Polka-Dots
If only 22.5° angled bricks were in the brick selector, then I (and other FontStructers) could stop making composites to do so...
Also, nudging. That was a pain. And also copying and pasting (I had to do it for the lowercase letters and numbers, but was less repetitive in the uppercase)
"©" Bingula Designs 2023.
Made the font in around 7-8 minutes. Based on the decoder I made a few hours ago.
When making a word, make sure it is all uppercase, except for the ending letter, which would be lowercase (e.g. "bananas" would become "BANANAs").
Alternate number set in a similar fashion in the Halfwidth and Fullwidth Forms block.
Used from MegaHard OS 4.0 (1993) to MegaHard OS 7.1 (2006). A version with more glyphs was included in MegaHard OS 8 (2007) to MegaHard OS 10 (2010), and MegaHard OS 16 (2021) in it's "Legacy Mode."
Uses "MegaHard Encoding Software," which encodes 240 characters.
Note that MegaHard is fake. Don't try to look it up (unless you're curious).This is a clone of MegaHard 2.0 UI
If MegaHard was real, then this font would probably used from MegaHard OS 2.0 (1987) to MegaHard 3.5 (1992).
Minor changes to glyphs. Also added one glyph.
Note that MegaHard is fake. Don't try to look it up (unless you're curious).This is a clone of MegaHard 1.0 UI
Includes most of ASCII. If MegaHard was real, they would've probably used this from their first computer (1984) to MegaHard 1.0.4 (1986).
Note that MegaHard is fake. Don't try to look it up (unless you're curious).