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Retrol takes the iconic look of '80s arcade titles and brings it to the next level.
With clean edges and angles not possible in its day, it's ready for the modern world.

Info: Created on 8th September 2015 . Last edited on 7th January 2016.
License Creative Commons
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Comment by Dale Thiessen (Gnarizard) 7th January 2016
Comment by Dale Thiessen (Gnarizard) 7th January 2016

Apparently a font like this already exists, known as "Atari Font".
Regardless, I like my version better so far.
A bit more consistency to the width of the strokes, most notably 'M', and 'N'.

Comment by Dale Thiessen (Gnarizard) 16th March 2016

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