For years I was seeking the font used by Channel 9's Wide World of Sports (Australia) from c.1980 up until 1992. I've expanded it to a full alphabet but not happy with characters with diagonals. And the W should be proper diagonals, but I can't get that right within FontStruct's constraints. Anyway, cricket fans, here you go... super effort, that. Use @9 to make your own Channel 9 logo.
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Owing to the poor style of so-called "C64" fonts, I stepped in and did all the job. Of recreating every letter.
This is the C64T on TV mode.This is a clone of Commodore 64T
Inspired by raster scanning & horizontal synchronization for image & video display.
Building on the work done by Nazlfrag to design "Nerug" (https://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/347722/nerug), I spent some time working on capitals and symbols. Tried to blend angles and curves. It isn't perfect but it's fun. :) Looking at the characters, I should clone this to make a version with regular-size numerals.
As per Nazlfrag's 2010 original, this is the font seen in ABC Australia's Gruen Transfer, Gruen Nation, Gruen Planet, and its most recent incarnation, Gruen. This font is simply called "Gruen" to match.This is a clone of nerug
A tasty video breakfast with which to start your day. Based on the scanline font used by a certain YouTube series ;)
(Looks best when used with a negative line spacing, so that your lines appear as a continuous block of text.)
This is licensed Public Domain because it is based only on the glyphs "ACEFHILMNO". These were recreated exactingly for authenticity. All other glyphs are inventions, since to my knowledge only the aforementioned ones appear in this font within INFOCHAMMEL'S videos.
I saw this font was tweeted by INFOCHAMMEL recently. Glory be!
Based off of the eggcrate marquees and scores on the 1975 CBS game show "The Magnificent Marble Machine".
Includes bullet symbol for blank spaces, and all block symbols from the Fast Money font.This is a clone of Fast Money Three