Sierra Font 009

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by Goatmeal
Cloned from Sierra Font 008 by Goatmeal.

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Solid outline font used in King's Quest V: Absence Makes The Heart Go Yonder!, (C) 1990 Sierra On-Line.  Sierra Resource File Tag: "font.009" and is paired with the Sierra font "font.008".

This font was used for onle single phrase in the game: "A few hours later....." (occurring twice in the floppy disk version, but only once in the CD-ROM version).  Oddly enough, instead using the outline font.009, the opening credits instead used the font.008 twice for a 'drop-shadow' effect...

And while they may have been intentional choices, there are several instances where the outline designs don't follow the patterns found with the majority of other glyphs (missing pixels, perhaps for legibility?). As such, the following characters:

• J O P Q R S X c j m n p q r s u v z ! ;

...have all been 'corrected' within the main set of glyphs; their original designs can be found in the More Latin section.

Info: Created on Tue, 15th September . Last edited on Sat, 26th September.
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Comment by Goatmeal Tue, 29th September

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