by caveras

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This stylish pixel font is a combined recreation of the original font appearing in the SNES brawler Kouryuu no Mimi and the font used for the inofficial English fan translation. Both fonts are very different in style, shape and measurements, but I mixed them together as there are no overlaps on any glyphs.

The character set of Kouryuu includes a vast array of additional diacritic variants (which do not appear in-game), number variations, bonus characters, unique glyphs, and also full sets of the Japanese hiragana and katakana alphabets and other Asian glyphs from the original Japanese version of the game. Every character that doesn't pop up in the game has been designed to match the look and feel of the base characters.

I recommend to use this one with font sizes that are multiple of 11pt and avoid any font smoothing or anti aliasing methods.

~ Kouryuu by Caveras - a font recreation based on original fonts from the SNES game Kouryuu no Mimi, developed and released by VAP in 1995. ~

Info: Created on 8th March 2016 . Last edited on Fri, 15th February.
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