LucasArts SCUMM - Outline

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Typeface used in "Indiana Jones And The Fate Of Atlantis", (C) 1992/1993 LucasArts.
Info: Created on 5th June 2010 . Last edited on 25th May 2012.
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Comment by Goatmeal 6th June 2010
another goodie :)
Comment by p2pnut 6th June 2010
Thanks, p2pnut!

I was always intrigued by how well this typeface worked in the game: very clean and easy to read.

(And I'm experimenting with gradients for use in my pictures -- and what better example than the Indiana Jones red-to-yellow?)
Comment by Goatmeal 6th June 2010
I remember this one from The Secret of Monkey Island, especially during the insult swordfights. Good work!
Comment by LexKominek 8th August 2010
Thanks, LexKominek!

Though I've never played the Monkey Island series (more of a Sierra man, myself), I knew that this font was used in other LucasArts games from the early-to-mid '90s.

And Monkey Island 1 & 2 have recently been upgraded and re-released; during gameplay, you can even change between the upgraded version and the classic version to see what's new (or what's old)!
Comment by Goatmeal 8th August 2010
I heard about that. I'd play it only on the classic mode though. You can't beat its backgrounds and close-ups in all their 256 colour beauty.
Comment by LexKominek 9th August 2010
P.S. I also loved Sierra games, especially the Space Quest series.
Comment by LexKominek 9th August 2010
The readability of this font is great! Thanks for recreating a classic video game font, Goatmeal!

P.S. Old-school LucasArts and Sierra FTW! ;)
Comment by sahwar 26th September 2010
You are most welcome, Sahwar, and thank you for the compliment!

And you are correct: the outline style certainly stands out much better than a solid version would. It certainly caught my eye years ago while playing "Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis".
Comment by Goatmeal 27th September 2010
Thanks to Armageddon104, the letter "g" has been corrected.
Comment by Goatmeal 25th May 2012

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