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Recreation of the pixel font used in Sega's "Shinobi" (1987). Note the shuriken symbol, which has been mapped to the "black star" (U+2605) unicode point. Only the characters present in the game's tile set have been included.
Info: Created on 25th April 2013 . Last edited on 25th April 2013.
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7 Comments

Comment by Patrick Lauke (redux) 25th April 2013
This has to be one of the most amazing fonts from a retro video game ever. And it's monospaced...
Comment by Umbreon126 26th April 2013
I agree @umbreon! Pixelated awesomeness!
Comment by Noah (winty5) 26th April 2013
Thanks folks. Yes, this font was quite amazing to recreate...very complex when seen up-close, but once you see the end result it makes sense :)
Comment by Patrick Lauke (redux) 26th April 2013
Very elegant for a small grid pixel font.
Comment by four 26th April 2013
Excellent! 10/10
Comment by p2pnut 26th April 2013
@reudx - Congratulations on another terrific recreation. Close up, it's just a bunch of blocks. You have to take a few steps back to really see the intricate beauty in this one.
Comment by Goatmeal 26th April 2013

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