Remember that time in the future, when there was a deadly global virus, then they tried to force everyone to take a mandatory untested vaccine, along with an implanted GPS chip that is cryptocurrency controlled and could track you worldwide, along with embedding additional restritions on civil liberties and personal freedom? Oh wait, thats now. Silly humans.
Future technology, like nanoimplants, will be magically rendered invisible with the use of nanotechnology utilizing atomic sized processors enabled through ferro electrics in conjunction with nanowires and carbon nanotubes operating from a ternary extradimensional mathematical framework. Or something like that.
Ironically, this font works best in macro sizes, not micro or nano.This is a clone
The culmination of 11 years of cinematic comic book bliss, alas, it is the opening day of the highly anticipated Avengers End Game. This is a tribute to almost all of the characters taking part in the most monumental achievement of interconnected storylines in the Marvel Cinematic Universe spanning 22 films. The list of pixellated heroes:
B: Black Panther
C: Captain America
D: Doctor Strange
I: Iron Man
M: Captain Marvel
N: Nick Fury
P: Spiderman (Peter Parker)
Q: StarLord (Peter Quill)
R: Rocket Racoon
S: Scarlet Witch
W: War Machine
b: Black Widow
d: Drax the Destroyer
w: Winter Soldier
!: Hulk Smash again!
...maybe more to come...?
Is it Serif or Sans? Western or Gothic? Double font or not? One thing is certain: This is not a time-travelling alien. Probably.
Recreation of the pixel font used for the end credits in Konami's "Castlevania" (1986) on the NES. Only the characters present in the game's tile set have been included.
Recreation of the pixel font from Sega's "Asterix" (1991) on the Sega Master System.
Note that the font is 13px tall, as it includes some accented characters (which in game are rendered by stacking the accents above the appropriate character on the preceding line).
Only the characters present in the game's tile set have been included.
Recreation of the pixel font from Realtime Associates/Bandai's "Dick Tracy" (1990) on the NES. Note the "half-star" character (used for the in-game health bar) has been mapped to U+2606 "white star". Only the characters present in the game's tile set have been included.
Recreation of the pixel font used in the Sinclair ZX Spectrum (1982). Note the block element characters, set to their equivalent unicode points (U+2596 through to U+259F). Only the characters present in the computer's character set have been included.
This font is based off the "ABC Sunday Night Movie" title from the 1970's, as well as WPIX-TV New York's movie titles from the 1970's.
Recreation of the pixel font from Technōs' "Double Dragon" (1987) on the NES. Only the characters present in the game's tile set have been included.
Apparently, it is quite easy to forget what gets a fontstruction going. Something about ultra condensed bla bla bla. The rest is just a matter of having a creative activity to occupy the mind. And if in the process you can help out a friend, all the better.
A modern take on American-style sports fonts. Non-inline letters are lower case, and other characters are gained by holding shift on a UK keyboard, i.e.
1=!, 2=", 3=£, 4=$, 5=%, 6=^, 7=&, 8=*, 9=(, 0=), -=_, .=>, '=@This is a clone
NOT FINAL. WILL CHANGE A LOT.
This is a proportional-width variant of Gothixel Mono. It is behind Gothixel Mono in development and doesn't support as many character sets yet.
This is the one you want to use for all-caps text if you don't need it to be monospaced.This is a clone of Gothixel Mono