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Color recreation of the pixel font used in Capcom's "Hyper Street Fighter 2 - The Anniversary Edition" (2004) - though it actually made its first appearance in "Super Street Fighter 2" (1993).

This recreation uses the special TTF+SVG format, which currently has limited support.

Only the characters present in the game's tile set have been included.


Comment by Patrick H. Lauke (redux) 20th june 2021

How it shines!

Comment by elmoyenique 20th june 2021

@Patrick H. Lauke (redux) - The perfect beginning to capture the on-screen multi-colored gradient displays that numerous fonts used.  Looking forward to more.

Comment by Goatmeal 20th june 2021

@Meek - Rob, it appears that the preview window, both here and on the live feed, might not be capturing all layers properly.  This font appears to have the top row of pixels chopped off.

Comment by Goatmeal 20th june 2021

@Goatmeal yeah I've already emailed Rob the other day about some suggestions/improvements :)

Comment by Patrick H. Lauke (redux) 20th june 2021

combo makers

Comment by amari25 12th october 2021

The 4 pixel x-height here leads to great solutions for some glyphs such as e s x and z. 

Comment by thalamic 8th july 2022


Comment by NBABABAFONTNES 20th december 2022

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