Recreation of the large pixel font from Capcom's "Final Fight" (1989).
This font is used in the intro cinematic. In the original, the double quotes are awkwardly split over two tiles. This recreation combines them into a single character. The recreation also corrects the missing antialiasing in the "3". However, it retains the original minus/dash (as seen in the character bio sheets), which is far too high.
This recreation uses the special TTF+SVG format, which currently has limited support. As the font relies on antialiasing, I did not create a separate monochromatic version of the font.
Only the characters present in the game's tile set have been included.This is a clone
Recreation of the pixel font from Graftgold/Hewson Consultants' "Ranarama" (1987) on the ZX Spectrum.
This recreation includes the handful of futhark runes used in the game, though one of the runes appears to be made up.
The same font is used in the Amstrad CPC and Commodore 64 ports, though the runes are slightly different.
Only the characters present in the game's tile set have been included.
A font for usage in a NES-styled game I'm making. Should release on GameJolt around late 2024 to early 2025-ish.
Credit is appreciated however not required.
CHANGE LOG (bold logs are major changes)
December 1, 2023: Slightly adjusted the Y and 0 glyphs
Recreation of the alternate small pixel font from Nintendo's "Super Metroid" (1994) on the SNES.
The numbers are used in the game itself (for the energy, rocket, and bomb counters). The letters are used for the end credits.
This recreation uses the special TTF+SVG format, which currently has limited support. For a monochrome version, see this recreation.
Note that the "Q" and "Z" didn't feature in the credits, so they're my custom additions.
Apart from these, only the characters used in the game have been included.This is a clone of Super Metroid (Small Alt) (SNES)