it's been almost 1 year now since i never edited it. well here's this creation of capcom as well. the font called atlantis no nazo font is edited sadly, so click me to see it
Based on the lettering used for the original London Underground Jubilee line Extension station Passenger Information System.
Based on the larger lettering used for DLR (Docklands Light Railway) passenger information screens.
Based on lettering used for LCD information displays in the 1980s and 1990s.
(Credit to Paradigm The Great for the original typeface.)
This is the second font I've made so far and currently my "dream font", if such a thing like that exists.
I've never seen a typeface with a capital B, D, R, S, and number 4 like this one, as the only one I've come across by the beginning of August 2023 would be "Videotape", however even that would be misaligned and wonky. This font is the sequel to my first font, "Tracking Knobs", but with more glyphs and lowercase letters.This is a clone of CHARGEN '92
Based on the lettering used on the London Underground Northern Line 1995 Stock Passenger Information System.
Based on the lettering used for London Underground Jubilee Line 1996 stock PIS (Passsenger Information System) displays.This is a clone of 1995 Stock PIS
The definitive retro gaming font, now available to use for your gaming-related projects, without a single arcade quarter required, is here! Why stick with Press Start 2P when you can use this, especially the fact that this font has over 1000 characters? This font was originally inspired by nostalgic arcade games, such as Bubble Bobble, Donkey Kong, Mario Bros., Frogger, Wonder Boy, Kung-Fu Master, Punch-Out!!, Karate Champ, Burger Time, Centipede, Track & Field, Bomb Jack, and many more!This is a clone of Super Mario Bros. NES
Presenting Capcom/Disney's The Little Mermaid, released in 1989 for the Movie, and 1991 for the NES. This game was based on Movies and Cartoons, (especially Disney Junior), Those Letters: A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, S, T, U, V, and W are the same to Mega Man 3, 4, 5, and 6, and The Letters: J, R, X, Y, and Z are not similar to Mega Man 3, 4, 5, and 6.
Presenting Capcom and TMS's Little Nemo: The Dream Master (aka. Pajama Hero Nemo), released in 1989 for the Famicom and 1990 for the NES.
This was based on Little Nemo, based on movies.
Presenting Capcom's Darkwing Duck, released in 1992 (or 1993). This font is the same to Talespin.
Presenting Capcom's Bionic Commando, released in 1992 (in gameboy). This was based on Bionic Commando Series.
Presenting Capcom's Mega Man 5 (aka. Rockman 5: Blues no Wana?) released in 1992. This font is the same to Mega Man 3+4, and almost similar to Mega Man 3. This was based on Mega Man Series.This is a clone of Mega Man 3+4
Presenting Capcom's Mega Man 3 (aka. Rockman 3: Dr. Wily no Saigo?!), released in 1990. This font is not similar to Mega Man 3+4, but it is similar. This was based on Mega Man Series.This is a clone of Mega Man 3+4
Presenting Sanrio and Ape's Sanrio Carnival, released in 1990.
Presenting Taito and Home Data's Tetrastar: The Fighter, released in 1991.
Presenting Taito and Tad Corp's Toki, (aka. Juju Densetsu, translated: The Legend of Juju), released in 1989 for the arcade, and 1991 for the Famicom and NES. This font was created at the arcade version by Patrick H. Lauke.
Presenting Taito's Time Diver: Eon Man, released in 1993, this font is the same to WURM: Journey to the Center of the Earth.
Here is the coloured version here.
Presenting Manfred Trenz's Super Turrican, released in 1992 by Imagineer Company and Rainbow Arts GmbH.
Special Thanks to: Patrick H. Lauke
Rip-off of Taitoid.
Presenting Gladasya-ua TV, Turner Entertainment Co. and Bandai's The adventures of Gilligan's Island (from cartoons, aka. The adventures of Gilligan, released in the 1960s sitcom of the same name, and this game was released in 1989 or 1990. This was based on cartoons, this font was similar to Taitoid, Super Mario Bros and Babel No Tou. This game is based on movies.
Presenting Animation 20 and Taito's Puzznic, released in 1989 in the Arcade, and 1990 for the NES.
Presenting Tierheit and Sunsoft's Pescatore (Prototype), released in 1991.
Presenting Gametek and Gremlin's Nigel Mansell's World Championship Racing, released in 1993. This font is similar to Addams Family, Parasol Stars and Ferrari Grand Prix Challenge.This is a clone of Ferrari Grand Prix Challenge
Presenting Namco's Final Lap, released in 1987 for the Arcade, and 1988 for the NES/Famicom.
Presenting Taito's Taito Chase H.Q. (aka. Chase HQ, or Chase H.Q.), (formerly Taito Chase HQ), released in 1988 for the arcade and 1989 for the Famicom, and for the unreleased version, released in 1991 for the NES.
Presenting Warner Brothers and Mindscape's Mad Max, released in 1990. This font is similar to Gauntlet II and This Game Is Based On Movies.This is a clone of Gauntlet II
Presenting Konami's Parodius (aka. Parodius Da!) released in 1990 for the Famicom, and 1992 for the NES. This font is similar to Formula 1 Sensation.This is a clone of Formula 1 Sensation
Presenting Atari Games, Jaleco, Tengen and Konami's Rampart, released in 1991 for the Famicom and NES. This game is based on Movies.
Presenting Palcom Software and Konami's Formula 1 Sensation, released in 1993. This font is similar to Parodius.
Presenting Acclaim and System 3 Software's Ferrari Grand Prix Challenge, released in 1992. This font is similar to Addams Family and Parasol Stars.This is a clone of Addams Family
Presenting LJN, Geffen Film Company and Rareware's Beetlejuice, released in 1990. This game is based on Movies, and This font is now same to Ivan Stewart's Off Road.