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Liberal interpretation of the screen font used in the movie WarGames.


@DamienG - Glad to see you back, and a classy re-interpretation! Shall. We. Make. A. Font?
Comment by Goatmeal 15th september 2013
Glad you like it @Goatmeal. Just browsed your list, some nice retro pixel font remakes in there too! Mmmm Monkey Island.
Comment by Damien Guard (DamienG) 15th september 2013
@DamienG - Thanks! As I've mentioned before, I'm a big fan of your Typography in 8-bit & 16-bit System postings. :^)
Comment by Goatmeal 15th september 2013

*bump* Love it!

Now I know there's probably an artistic reason why the solidus glyph is rendered as a backslash (reverse solidus), but it makes it impossible to distinguish the two visually, which is the only thing stopping me from using it as my Terminal font for EVER!!1

Comment by awittyname 24th january 2019

The forwards slash is backwards...

Comment by anonymous-1520403 25th january 2019

Will fix it in about 10 minutes. Sorry about that.

Comment by Damien Guard (DamienG) 25th january 2019


Comment by Damien Guard (DamienG) 25th january 2019

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