A recreation of the Super Mario 64 font.
Some characters are not the same as in the game because I changed/removed a few pixels. Some symbols like '?' or '@' aren't in the game, so i made them myself.
Font taken from signs at starbounder.org/Guide:Animated_Signs
Q, J, Z, All numbers except 1 and all symbols I designed. W is M flipped upside-down. The rest are from the example signs.
In paint.NET, size 4.5 fits each character perfectly.
Another video game font, this one taken from Tad Corporation's 1989 arcade game 'Toki'; this same font would be used by Tad in the 1990 game 'Blood Bros.' Aside from smart quotes and the inverted question and exclamation marks, this is a straight glyph dump.
The only "Kool" thing that's changed around here are 0-9, so they can look just like the numbers from Kid Kool on the NES, created by Vic Tokai.This is a clone of Arcade Classic
Remember Super Mario Bros. 2: The Lost Levels? Yeah... me too. Dear god, Nintendo sure knows how to make things a lot painful back then. Here's something to remember the good-old frustrating days! A font based on The Lost Levels!This is a clone of Super Mario Bros. NES
Stomping on Goombas? Collecting coins? Spitting Fire Flowers? Traveling through the Mushroom Kingdom? Say no more. You may need this for your adventure. A special retro video game font based on Super Mario Bros. for the NES! Also used for many other Nintendo games too, like Pinball and Dr. Mario for example.This is a clone of Arcade Classic
A fan-favorite for many gaming geeks! A blast from the past from the 1980s! A video game font that everybody has came to know and love over the years! No quarters are required for this nostalgic font, but a FontStruct account is! Just give it the ol' TrueType download, and you're all good to go! The L and other characters have changed in this version to make this unique.This is a clone of Arcade Classic