Recreation of the pixel font from Jaleco's "Legend of Makai" (aka "Makai Densetsu", 1988).
This recreation includes a practically complete set of hiragana and katakana. In the original, the dakuten and handakuten are separate characters on a separate line of text - in this recreation, they have been included in their respective characters, which results in the overall line height being 11 pixels rather than 8 pixels.
Only the characters present in the game's tile set have been included.
A whimsical pixel sans-serif font, inspired by the works of Susan Kare, especially Chicago. It supports up to Latin Supplements plus Katakana.
Recreation of the pixel font from Data East's "Heavy Smash" (1993). This font contains an almost complete set of hiragana and katakana characters. Only the characters present in the game's tile set have been included.
Recreation of the pixel font from Nintendo's "Golgo 13: Top Secret Episode" (1988) on the NES, including a smattering of katakana and hiragana characters. Only the characters present in the game's tile set have been included.
A typeface based on the text of Dummy Lyrics's logo.
Dummy Lyrics is a rock band based in Fukuoka, Japan. I do not belong to it; I'm working for them as a freelance translator and English lyricist, and designed their logo. Since this font is based on that, I can't allow commercial use, but you're welcome to any amount of personal use as long as you credit me.
If anyone knows of any way I could improve the kerning (some letters should almost slot together) I'd be very grateful if you'd let me know.
palph is a hard-to-read font. It supports katakana and hiragana.
Lower case is the mirror character.
- Modified clone of Vespa II
STILL WORK IN PROGRESS
- New symbols in many languages
- Working to make it unicode (will update at least once a month)This is a clone of Vespa II