|Fontstructing since||28th November, 2022|
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This is a product of minor adjustment that comes from my previous "Pac-Man CodingSets" typeface. Having taken notice of a certain number of its variants, I brought them all together (plus my own ideas for sure) within this typeface design, until it finished.
A part of changes in captial letters are exactly from "Pac-Land", a well-known arcade game of 1984, and this is where the name of the typeface comes.
Note: The design of semi-colon(;) is now different from before, so is the small letter "w".This is a clone of Pac-Man CodingSets
This typeface is based on the one that comes from the game "Pac-Man Arrangement 1996", with a 14-by-14 pixel size. Not surprisingly, it's also based on my previous "Pac-Man CodingSets". Only the Basic Latin section is done in this typeface.
Without doubt, this typeface is re-created from the NES release of "Pac-Man Championship Edition", and the game was officially published in 2020 as a Japanese release. Rumor has it that the game used to be a fan game as well, but for my part, this isn't the point.
The small letters "i" and "j" have been adjusted, so that they will look more accurate in terms of typeface design.
By the way, the design of the small letter "g" has been adjusted as well, because it's not until today that I could obtain the "Eat all fruit targets" achievement in this game, and that I could see the real appearance of the small letter "g" (see the below comment I have just posted). Sorry for the inconvenience caused by this!
This typeface is re-created from the HUD captions of the ROM hack called "Sonic 3: Resort Island", as you can see. The ROM hack was made by UtopiaUK for Sonic Hacking Contest in 2015, with difficult layouts and brand-new Special Stages.
Note: The letters and numbers are almost re-created in an exact way, whereas the punctuations are mostly based on my own ideas.
This typeface is re-created from the title cards that can be seen in the ROM hack called "Sonic 3: Resort Island". The ROM hack was made by UtopiaUK for Sonic Hacking Contest in 2015, with difficult layouts and brand-new Special Stages.
The design of this typeface might be a little inaccurate, but please feel free to download it.
As you can see, this is a "minimized" version of Scientific System 1, with a 5-by-4 (or 5-by-5) pixel size. The capital letter "I" has been adjusted as appropriate, and small letters aren't actually designed, owing to the size limit of each letter or symbol.
After all, my efforts are worth it within 15 minutes of making this typeface.
Note: Its first design was created within 15 minutes for real (which could be considered impromptu by the time), and now it has undergone some adjustments of my own.
This is directly cloned from "Sonic Genesis/Mega Drive Font"，I don't like the lower-case letter "l" that looks the same as the upper-case letter "I", so I changed the design of the former. A little more minor adjustments in other lower-case letters.
Originally named "Sonic 1 HUD Alternate". Now I don't think it's only intended for the first edition of Sonic the Hedgehog; it might be used for many other Sonic games on a general basis, for my part.This is a clone of Sonic Genesis/Mega Drive Font
This is based on Atari Pong published in 1972, together with Classic Mode in "Pong: The Next Level" (a related game on Game Boy Color, published by Hasbro in 1999). It might be also used for game design as a hobby.
Yes, my first video game, made with Unity 2D, will have the same name as this typeface.
Note: Due to my recent tight schedule, the aforementioned game project of mine will be probably discontinued from now on, but this typeface is permanently available.
This typeface is derived from the video game "Dangerous Seed", which runs on a game hardware called "Namco System 1" . With an appearence typical of science fiction or something, that's why the typeface has such a name.
In passing, the typeface also takes another video game "Grobda" as a reference.
Note: There's now a minor adjustment in the capital letter "X".
I can't believe this is taken from so many typefaces published here; I could have created this typeface from scratch, but it's overly time-consuming for me to do that, so I'm just doing minor adjustments for the moment. (Now the design of the capital "A" is adjusted once again, so it looks more like the one in the original Sonic 2.)
Anyways, I have enjoyed Sonic the Hedgehog 2 for years and I'm somewhat fastidious about its font design, so the minor adjustments I have made is just to make it more accurate, and more typical of the original Sonic 2 -- very suitable for game subtitles in general, I guess.
One more thing, I just finished adjusting the "More Latin" section in this typeface, so this is the final draft.This is a clone of Sonic The Hedgehog 2 HUD Font
This typeface is mainly based on the very first edition of Pac-Man. There are a considerable number of minor adjustments of my own, nevertheless. A great fit for programming occasions.