Based on the scoreboard from the 1980 series of the iconic gameshow Family Fortunes.
Based on the scoreboard from the 1988 series of the iconic gameshow Family Fortunes.
Based on the display board from the 1987 series of the iconic gameshow Family Fortunes.
Just a 70s/80s Multiline font. It isn’t inspired by any pre-existing font or anything, and I made up the name just reminds me of the various round, areodynamic fonts on 70s/80s hi-fi equipment.
Visitors is taken from 'V' - The Video Game, based on the 'V' TV series of the early 1980s. Yeah, the one with the lizard people infiltrating humanity, that's it. I put in some angle parts because I didn't want the M and W to look like deformed Hs. Might just add extra "columns" in the glyphs to keep it pixellised. This is the whole character set, plus a few extra characters to build your own pulse line. Have fun
Lettering based on the London Underground 1986 Stock Passenger Information System, specifically, the 'red' train.
I had a sheet of Shinobi's font, nobody had done it yet, now it's here! All characters are what appeared on the sheet - no custom glyphs (yet). I may get around to adding a question mark. Get your black ninja gear on and download now.
Lettering based on the original Docklands Light Railway (DLR) Passenger Information System from 1987.
Based on the first (prototype) London Underground platform indicator lettering from 1980. Lowercase contains alternate characters.
Square-pixel variation of the dot-matrix original.This is a clone of Brother EP-20/22 Electronic Typewriter
Recreated character set of the Brother EP-20/22 Electronic Thermal Typewriter (1983).
Square-pixel variation also available.
Presenting Namco's Space Time-Hero Debias released on November 27, 1987. This is originally created by a mistake of NBABABAFONTNES, so i decided to recreate it. If you download this font, you are typing it with power. If you clone this font, it's ok. You are allowed to. Comment something about it folks.
Presenting to you... BANDAI JAPANESE! Home of the font branch!
The font includes a complete set of hiragana and katakana characters. Even though I managed to see Famicom Jump by NBABABAFONTNES, and I created this one even more super duper better! Since I don't have time to make Hiragana Fonts and Katakana fonts! Here are the similarities to this font: Dragonball 3: Gokuuden, Saint Seiya: Ougon Densetsu, Saint Seiya: Ougon Densetsu Kanketsu Hen, Devilman, Dragon Ball: Daimaou Fukkatsu and Dragon Ball: Shenlong no Nazo (or in Translated: Dragon Ball: Mystery of Shenlong), and Famicom Jump: Eiyuu Retsuden, (except Devilman for Namco).
I'd like to say I branching on the video game font because all of the bandai games are japanese, so I did like to recommed this font to all of you for the best luck, similar to MMRock9.
The "Bandai Japanese" Font was created on Thursday, 19 January, and finished on Monday, February 13.
Download this font so you can see this wonderful font typing!
Based on the Section Z (games), released in December 1985 for the Arcade, May 1987 for Japan, July 1987 for the USA, and September 1987 for the EU.
Most likely, I recently created that is similar to Section Z by NBABABAFONTNES, because; I managed to do it. I saw a font that has no perfect symbols.
Even though I created a perfect one that is one pixelated font, Section26, "called it: Section Z". I also created some HUD Fonts, Stenciled (Title screen word "PUSH START" and Staff Credits). Similar to Section Z, released December, I also started out my very first FontStruct Creation! NBABABAFONTS Cpomany is now founded! Even though it's all set to those tilde characters for the section z. I recommended this font is usable for users. Downloading this font is super great.
And if you recommended this to use this font, you can now type with super!
But then I don't include Asian Words because Japanese gives me weeks or months/years to make.
Hope you like it!
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's 1943: The Battle of the Midway (aka. 1944, or 1943: The Battle of Valhalla), released in 1987 for the Arcade, and 1988 for the FC/NES. Those letters are similar to Gun.Smoke. Thus, it made a mistake because it supposed to be The Battle of midway, released in 1942 in movies.
Presenting Konami's Gyruss, released in 1983 for the Arcade, 1988 for the FDS, and February 1989 for the NES. This game is similar to falsion but bad.
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 Mega Man (aka. Rockman,) released in 1987 for the Famicom and NES. This font is similar to Mega Man 2, NOT similar to Ducktales. This was all started on the series.This is a clone of Mega Man 1+2
Presenting Koei's Nobunaga's Ambition, (aka. Nobunaga's Ambition: Zenkokuban), released in 1989.
A retro-styled font inspired by Art Deco and classic computer fonts. Looks like something you'd see in a video game from the 1980's that's set in the 1920's. Includes over 1000 glyphs from Latin and non-Latin alphabets. Best for decoration and titles.
Credit appreciated but not required.
Presenting Taito's Wrath of the Black Manta, (aka. Ninja Cop Saizou), released in 1989. This font is similar to Operation: Wolf, but with lowercase letters version, a full font set and a similar font to Operation: Wolf.
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 Nintendo's Devil World, released in 1984. This font is based on Nintendoid. But in 1987, it was released by Konami on Arcade. This font is the same to Hogan's Alley.This is a clone of Excitebike
Presenting K Amusement Leasing Co (or KAC)'s The Triahtron, released in 1989.
Presenting dB-SOFT and Nintendo's Layla, (aka., (hacked version of layla, Layla: The Iris Missions)), released in 1986.
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 Namco, KID and Artman's Family Pinball (NES, Rock 'n' Ball, aka. Family Pinball Pacman), released in 1989 for the NES and Famicom (Namco). This font is similar to Rock 'n' ball.This is a clone of Rock 'n' Ball