Dark Tokken X was inspired by Maren Winter's novel about a Tokkenspieler. I know that this design is far from looking like the styles of writing popular at the time when the story was supposed to have happened. I adjusted some lines of this version compared to a previous one, added real LC, numbers and More Latin diacritics :) as I want to print bottle labels with this.
I made the old style sz for the ß, and placed the alternate modern ß on the °.This is a clone
This beautiful font is a recreation of an original font appearing in the SNES strategy game Romance of The Three Kingdoms IV: Wall of Fire, released as Sangokushi IV in Japan. It's my second Koei font recreation after Ishmeria (from the game Gemfire) and I think it's a very pretty and stylish font.
The character set of Sangoku4 includes a vast array of additional diacritic variants, number variations, bonus characters, unique glyphs, and also full sets of the Japanese hiragana and katakana alphabets from the original Japanese version of the game.
I recommend to use this one with font sizes that are multiple of 16pt and avoid any font smoothing or anti aliasing methods.
~ Sangoku4 by Caveras - a font recreation based on an original font from the SNES game Romance of The Three Kingdoms IV: Wall of Fire, developed and released by Koei in 1994. ~This is a clone
A traditional alphabetic font with a medieval flavour. The space is a black circle so a negative space between words. There is a full-stop and a forward-slash (Solidus) as the only punctuation marks. Numerals are based on roman numerals by design but should be used as standard numbers, so 22 is written as ll ll (2 of the number 2) rather than XXll which would be the correct use of roman numerals. PS: The font is surprisingly legible at very small sizes.
Clone of spellbound / envoûté.This is a clone
Casual Dragon Monospaced by Cohnisgone is an excellent medival-looking pixel font, but didn't have punctuation, so I cloned it to add punctuation and a few grungy box-drawing characters. Text should fit in a 12x16 box at pixel resolution.This is a clone of Casual Dragon Monospaced
These elegant letters appear as the original main font used in the little-known tactical SNES RPG Gemfire, or Super Royal Blood in Japan.
Ishmeria is a faithful and exact recreation of said in-game font, expanded with hundreds of diacritic variants, number variations, additional bonus characters and various dingbat symbols. And that's not everything: all Japanese hiragana and katakana characters from the original version are also included, making this one of my most extensive recreations to date.
The base font size and recommended setting for Ishmeria is 16pt and multiples of that. Use metric kerning and no additional smoothing effects for an authentic pixel performance.
Gemfire on the SNES, known as Super Royal Blood in Japan, was developed and published by Koei in 1992.
~ Ishmeria - created by Caveras after the original font used in Gemfire for the SNES. ~