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Recreation of the pixel font used in early UPL games: the alphanumeric characters were first introduced in "Nova 2001" (1983) and the punctuation/special characters were added starting with "Ninja Kid" (1984). It at first appears like a copy of Namco's "Xevious" (1982), but has enough variation to be considered a stand-alone font in its own right. The font was further used - with some minor change to the punctuation - in "Raiders5" (1985) and "Ninja Kid II" (1987).

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