In north L.A. County, born and raised;
on a computer is where I spend most of my days...
|Fontstructing since||29th September, 2009|
|Fontstructions||29 shared, 4 staff picks|
|Downloads||1772 downloads made of this designer’s work|
Westward ho! This is a recreation of the font used in the PC version of the classic game, 'The Oregon Trail'.
Pixel-based font based on Acclaim's Extreme-G on the Nintendo 64. Plenty of custom characters included. Enjoy!
A recreation of the font used in Midway's 'Arch Rivals', an arcade game originally released in 1989. It's actually the font taken from Miway's own 'Rampage' (1986), but expanded upon with a complete set of lowercase letters and additional punctuation.This is a clone of Rampage
The base font from the Sega Genesis/Mega Drive game Beyond Oasis (AKA The Story of Thor). It's another straight glyph dump with my usual additions of smart quotes and inverted ? and ! symbols; an @ sign (not found in the actual game) has also been added based on the game's copyright symbol.
Recreaction of the in-game font from Koei's strategy games Nobunaga's Ambition and Romance of the Three Kingdoms. This includes a basic (but slightly incomplete) set of hiragana and katakana glypns. Aside from my usual inclusion of smart quotes and inverted ! and ?, this is a straight glyph dump.
Taken from the story screens from Capcom's 1989 arcade brawler Final Fight. (Interestingly, this font can also be found in the tile set from the Street Fighter 2 arcade game). Accented letters are completely custom.
A fairly obscure video game font for you, this being the serifed font from thte 'Puyo Puyo' series of video games (if that name sounds unfamiliar, these games were reskinned in North American and released as 'Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine' and 'Kirby's Avalanche'.)
The base alphabet, numbers, and several punctuation are all authentic to the game (the inverted ? and ! are always easy to make, which is why I always include them, even if not a part of the game proper). However, there's plenty of custom glyph work here with the punctuation and the accented lettering.
Here's a font that'll stir up memories for every amateur graphic designer around during the mid 1980s: The main font from Broderbund's Print Shop application. As typical of my retro-based fonts, with a few exceptions (the curly quotes and inverted question and exclamation marks), this is a straightforward glyph dump taken from the Apple IIgs version (which can be played with on Archive.org here: <https://archive.org/details/a2gs_Print_Shop_1987_Broderbund>).
Recreation of a font used by Rareware.
Another video game font, this one taken from Tad Corporation's 1989 arcade game 'Toki'; this same font would be used by Tad in the 1990 game 'Blood Bros.' Aside from smart quotes and the inverted question and exclamation marks, this is a straight glyph dump.
A tech-inspired font.
At present, Twenty:Fifteen is serving as a template as to what I want the final font to look like, which, unfortunately, exceeds Fontstruct's current abilities regarding curved lines. Additinally, I am planning on creating a more complex font that features an expanded set of two- and three-character ligature glyphs. For those reasons, I do not intend on making Twenty:Fifteen available for download here on Fontstruct.
Feel free to drop some comments and let me know what you think.
Clone of Capcom Serif Large, but edited to look more typographically consistent. Enjoy! (Renamed from "v2" to "Remix" because it just sounds better; no other edits have been made.)This is a clone of Capcom Serif Large