Wizard of Wor. I noticed it had an interesting double-height font on the Commodore 64, where letters are combinations of a top and bottom half. I've fudged things a bit to fill the bog-standard ASCII set.
I've added the six character sprites, facing left and right. Here's how to generate them.
Burwor: Alt-0161 and Alt-0171
Garwor: Alt-0162 and Alt-0172
Thorwor: Alt-0163 and Alt-0173
Worrior (Player): Alt-0164 and Alt-0174
Worluk: Alt-0165 and Alt-0175
Wizard of Wor: Alt-0166 and Alt-0176
Font based on the Super Mario World logo text and other old mario content (such as Super Mario Adventures, Mario Tennis for the virtual boy, and Super Mario Compact Disco). This font is very wacky which resembles the old Mario era before the gamecube.This is a clone of Typeface Mario World Pixel Outline
Font based on the Super Mario World logo text and other old mario content (such as Super Mario Adventures, Mario Tennis for the virtual boy, and Super Mario Compact Disco). This font is very wacky which resembles the old Mario era before the gamecube.This is a clone
If you played Minecraft for a while, you may or may not recognize or seen this font. And yes the Ẅ, Ẁ, Ẃ and Ỳ have different looking accents, but that's how it is in the original. And lastly, I will add more glyphs/characters/letters in the future. And yes I know it's a Gnu font but Fontstruct wouldn't allow us to access every character set. And I made this font just for fun. That's all! (edit: I changed the name from "Minecraft Bedrock" to "Minecraft GNU Font" 11/27/20)
@cjdudhf The sample you made doesn't make sense, its not the same style as the one i made and yes i know all of this is not 100% accurate.
The font for the titles of the computer windows in the game There Is No Game: Wrong Dimension.
Most of the letters appear in game (I haven't found J, K, Q, X, Y, or Z in game yet) Numbers and many symbols were custom and not found in the game. The I that appears in game is on the vertical bar…
This is a recreation of the font used in most modern mario games but in pixel, this took a while but i did it. Also the Ö is meant to represent the second o in the "Super Mario 3D World" logo. And feel free to make suggestions & mistakes i made. That's all!
(Edit: added Romanian support 11/29/20)
@quinnfonts49 the font originally came from "New super mario font U" but i changed some letters so it looked a little messy and unusual, if you want, i can change the license so you can clone it and improve it.
credits to Harley Sambridge Claus Winfield for the log sys 1 font, also credits to mojang. and some characters are unofficial. and most are official.This is a clone of Log Sys 1 Alt
A modern take on the in-game font from Knuckles' Chaotix for the Sega 32X.
(additional characters and diacritics to come soon!)This is a clone
I decided to recreate the pixel typeface from the video game Sky Force™ Anniversary! I will be adding more glyphs soon, so check back here for more updates :)
All rights of this typeface belong to Infinite Dreams Inc. I DO NOT own this typeface, and it is a recreation solely for fun.
This is a replica font that was originally used as the level cards and credits for "Sonic 3D Blast" for the SEGA Genesis and SEGA Saturn. Original text design courtesy of SEGA. Sonic Team, and Traveller's Tales.
Idk why I did, but I did it anyway, this is a recreation of the asteriod task in Among Us. That's all!
Someone suggested on my discord that I make an Undertale font, so I did.
This is a recreation of 1 of the fonts in Among us. That's all! (Edit, I also just realized that this is not just for Among Us but for like old recording cameras and such. And like a fixed version of "VCR OSD Mono".)
@Hensley Dodson (Hensilly)
@Harley Sambridge Claus Winfield (Yoshigahara Kunihisa)
You are all acting sus, are you the imposter?
This font is a recreation of a Minecraft 1.8 texture pack, thats all.
I did this pixel for pixel recreation of the font
here is the source https://twitter.com/Foone/status/1106095130816073728
hope you enyoy
These are the glyphs in the old Windows game: InkBall.
Credit goes to Microsoft.