Presenting Namco's Youkai Douchuuki, released in 1987 for the Arcade and for PC Engine, and 1988 for the NES and Famicom. This font is similar to Splatterhouse: Wanpaku Graffiti, Wagyan Land (including Wagyan Land 2), and Spelunker II: Yuusha e No Chosen.This is a clone of Splatterhouse: Wanpaku Graffiti (FC)
Presenting Data East and Namco's Side Pocket, released in 1986, and 1987. This font is similar to Legacy of the Wizard.This is a clone of Legacy Of The Wizard
Presenting Broderbund, Falcom and Namco's Legacy of the Wizard (aka. Dragon Slayer IV: Drasle Family), released in 1987 for the Famicom, and 1988 for the NES. This game is based on Dragon Slayer Series, and this font is similar to Side Pocket.
Presenting Jaleco's Ninja Jajamaru-Kun, released in 1985, and this is the same font to Jajamaru no Daibouken, and similar to Field Combat, Argus, City Connection, etc.This is a clone of Dragon Buster II: Yami no Fuuin
Presenting Carry Lab and Dog's Mystery Quest (aka. Hao-Kun no Fushigi na Tabi), released in 1987 for the FDS and 1988 for the NES, under licensed by Taxan.
Presenting Taito's Elevator Action, released in 1983, or MCMLXXXV. This font is similar to Space Cruiser, which was created by Patrick H. Lauke, Elevator Action returns is now available on Nintendo Switch. They cannot guess which year was released in the NES and Famicom.This is a clone of Space Cruiser
Presenting Namco's Dragon Buster II: Yami no Fuuin, released in 1989. This font is similar to Dragon Buster.This is a clone of King of Kings
Presenting Culture Brain's Flying Dragon: The Secret Scroll, released in 1988. The numbers are same to magic of scheherade.
Presenting Hot-B, Natsume and Taito's Palamedes, released in 1990. This font is similar to S.C.A.T.: Special Cybernetic Attack Team, which was created by Patrick H. Lauke (redux).
Presenting Konami, Mirage Studios and Ultra Games's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, released in 1989 (or 1987). This game is based on cartoons, movies, especially like; Nickelodeon. And this font is not similar to Akumajou Densetsu.
Presenting Namco's Super Xevious: GAMP No Nazo, released in 1982 for the arcade, and 1986 for the Famicom/NES, as based in the Xevious Series. This font is similar to Lupin Sansei: Pandora No Isan.This is a clone of Lupin Sansei: Pandora no Isan
Presenting Athena's Deblock, released in 1991.
Presenting Toho's Circus Caper (aka. Moeru!! Oniisan), released in 1989 for the Famicom, and 1990 for the NES.
Presenting Namco's Lupin Sansei: Pandora no Isan, released in 1987. This font is similar to Super Xevious: GAMP No Nazo.
Presenting Taito's Arkanoid: Revenge of Doh (aka. Arkanoid II), released in 1987 for the arcade, and 1988 for the NES/Famicom. For the full font set without monospace, see SuperMechatron64's Full Set Font of Arkanoid II: Revenge of Doh.
Presenting Capcom's Section Z, released in 1987.
Presenting Ascii's Penguin-kun Wars (aka. Penguin Wars), released both consoles in 1985: NES and Arcade. This font is similar to Penguin Wars.This is a clone of Penguin Wars
Presenting Nihon Bussan (or Nichibutsu)'s Booby kids (aka. Kid No Hore Hore Daisuken or Heiyanko Alien), released both consoles in 1987: NES, Famicom, PC-8801 and Arcade. This font is the same to "Mag Max" (1985), created by Goatmeal, "Dangar Ufo Robo" (1986) and "Terra Cresta" (1985), created by Patrick H. Lauke.This is a clone of Terra Cresta
Presenting Capcom's Capcom's Gold Medal Challenge '92 (or Capcom Barcelona '92) released in 1992. This game was based in sports, like Track n' Field. Track n' Field II and others.
Presenting HAL America (formerly HAL Laboratory or HAL)'s Adventures of lolo 2, released in 1990. This font is almost the same to Eggerland: Sozo e no Tabidachi and similar to Gall Force: Eternal Story.
Presenting Pony's Onyanko Town, released in 1985. This font is almost the same to Super Pitfall.This is a clone of Super Pitfall
Presenting the most popular game in the world: Tetris: The Soviet Mind Game, released in 1984, which was began in Electronika 60 USSR. It was licensed to Nintendo and sublicensed to Bullet-Proof Software. It was created by Alexey Pajitnov. Second day, Tetris was released for NES: Atari Game in 1987 (or 1988 for the tengen) which was began for the NES. It was released in 1987 for Academysoft-Elorg. It was licensed by Mirrorsoft LTD. Third day, Tetris was released for the Gameboy in 1989. Fourth Day, Tetris 2 was released in 1993 (and or 1994 for the SNES). It's a sequel to Tetris, which was created by Alexey Pajitnov and Nintendo. All consoles are taking over the world with Tetris, as long we can play with the most popular game in the whole universe.
Presenting Data East's Bump N' Jump, released in 1982 for the Arcade, 1986 for the Famicom and 1988 for the NES. And in NES version, includes vic tokai.
Presenting Data East and Namco's Ring King (aka. Family Boxing), released in 1987.
Presenting Bandai's Famicom Jump: Eiyuu Retsuden (aka Famicom Jump: Hero Retsuden (or in translated) Famicom Jumo: Heroes History), Released in 1988 for the Famicom (or 1989). The font includes a complete set of hiragana and katakana characters. And It's Similar to 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).
First time creating a Japanese Font! Yay!!!This is a clone of Dragon Power (NES)
Presenting Takara's Transformers: Convoy No nazo / Mystery of Convoy, released in 1986. Transformers is a series of American science fiction action films based on the Transformers franchise, which began in the 1980s.
Presenting Namco's Rolling Thunder, released in 1986 for the arcade, and 1989 for the NES/Famicom. This font is similar to Mappy Kids.
Font recreation from the NES game: Metroid.
[Version 2.1]: Added "More Latin" Character Set.
[Version 2]: Fixed differences between the real font (from the NES or arcades) and the original (by me).
NES/Arcade Font.This is a clone of NES/Arcade Font Monospace