Published: 24th April, 2014
Last edited: 24th April, 2014
Created: 23rd April, 2014
Based on an old design I had, I tried to keep the spirit of the original, though simplifying shapes until I had a pixel font. It has a simple but effective latin set and a few alternates in the form of upper/lowercase.
Published: 17th February, 2013
Last edited: 16th February, 2013
Created: 15th February, 2013
A recreation of the pixel font used in Williams Electronics' "Joust" (1982) and "Joust 2" (1986) arcade games, with a few custom characters added to make it more useful - including a set of arrows based on the "delete" left arrow from the hiscore entry screen. I took the liberty of modifying the overly chunky colon from the original, bringing it in line with the rest of the characters.
Published: 25th December, 2014
Last edited: 25th December, 2014
Created: 23rd December, 2014
First font in a series (at least I hope so... :p): Micro Pocket-Sized Fonts (µpsf abbreviated). I tried to do some nostalgia and found some kind of black-and-white pocket game thingy, which made me make a small monospaced font (not exceeding the 5×10 area everything fits in, except for some combining characters for sigla, which turned out to be some kind of awesome and interesting Latin abbreviation method... I just couldn't let it be alone, there, on Wikipedia, so I had to make it pan-Latin-Unicode). Stressed serif fonts, sans-serif fonts and eventually even script fonts will come soon.
Published: 22nd August, 2014
Last edited: 22nd August, 2014
Created: 22nd August, 2014
Recreation of the small pixel font used in the weapon selection screen of Capcom's "Mega Man 6" (1993).
The font is only complete in the ROM for the 6th installment in the series - "Mega Man 4" (1991) and "Mega Man 5" (1992) already used this font, but only a subset of the letters is present in their respective ROMs.
Published: 2nd April, 2015
Last edited: 2nd April, 2015
Created: 1st April, 2015
A font I made for a game I'm making. And, you can use it however you like! Just credit me, and put it under identical terms. I also made a alien font of this. Search "Numbers Alien".