Recreation of the main pixel font from Epyx's "California Games" (1987) on the NES. A fairly standard font, with a few interesting details in the "J", "5" and "7". Only the characters present in the game's tile set (plus an additional opening parenthesis) have been included.
Recreation of the main pixel font from Epyx's "World Games" (1986) on the NES. Only the characters present in the game's tile set have been included.
Recreation of the main pixel font from Epyx/Atelier Double's "Winter Games" (1985) on the NES. Only the characters present in the game's tile set have been included.
Character set from Impossible Mission loading screen on the Commodore 64. Original contained glyphs for A-Z capitals and digits 1984 only.
Have used some of the angular blocks to create smoother characters, while using the original pixelled versions for lower case. This could do with some extra work to improve it, if anyone else wants to have a go then feel free to clone it :)This is a clone
Temple of Apshai was the first game published by Epyx, back in 1979 when they were called Automated Simulations. A trilogy of Apshai games came out on Commodore 64 in 1985 and this font is taken from that. Now you can mix 8-bit with RPG.
Another Commodore character set. From Summer Games II's Fencing event, this is the font that appears on the computer terminal. Upper case, digits and full stop only. It's also correctly monospaced as the terminal is meant to be an early 1980s machine. G and Q will touch adjacent characters, that's by design.
Fell back on this as I want to work with curves BUT they're kind of limited. I work in 1x1 pixel space but I want a curve that can span a 2x2 space. At the moment Fontstruct doesn't let us scale a brick up in size, only downward (i.e. composite bricks)... so the only curves you can do, your letters look like rounded rectangles.