Chrono Trigger Monospaced

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by Patrick H. Lauke (redux)

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Ah, Square's "Chrono Trigger" (1995) on the SNES has not one, but two separate fonts on the go. This is the monospaced font, used for the menus and battle screens. I've expanded the special characters a bit to make it a tad more useful, keeping the (slightly jarring, thin, anemic, and not quite vertically balanced) style of the original. UPDATE: fixed a few stray pixels to more closely match the original, based on the actual game ROM.

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Nice one! Wanted to tackle this one as well in the coming days. Just a suggestion: Why not go all-out and add the Japanese characters as well? There's a complete set to be seen here: http://www.spriters-resource.com/ds/chronotrig/sheet/26683/
Comment by caveras 19th september 2014
Sorry, wrong link. This one's correct for the SNES version: http://www.spriters-resource.com/snes/chronotrigger/sheet/57477/
Comment by caveras 19th september 2014
@caveras main reason is that i'm lazy ;) but i also seem to remember that some of those characters use subtle antialiasing, which looked a bit weird once made into hard pixels...cheers fo r the heads-up though :)
Comment by Patrick H. Lauke (redux) 20th september 2014

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