US Bulletin is an EAS font portion of the Emergency Alert System, in conjunction with the Civil Authorities, and the Primary Entry Point System.
This is version 3 of my US Bulletin font.This is a clone of US Bulletin 2
This typeface was originally made by user Shade Walker, the only thing I did was add nods and the sign 'ñ', please apply the original material. I will leave you the link of your profile.
https://fontstruct.com/fontstructors/206400/shade_walkerThis is a clone of Chozo
Disney Subtitles 2021 is a new type of font which includes the serifness of the minuscule/majuscule letters of I, J, and L. It is said to be a comparison of Captions Inc., along with the popular Ascender UI and Andalé Sans.
This font was popularly introduced to many educational/filmographic DVDs such as the Schoolhouse Rock! series, Jim Henson's "The Muppets Take Manhattan", and many more. Some include a musical symbol (but only when no character or inanimate object is appearing in the scene and is to be shown in italics) according to a type of film/movie genre.
Last introduced from January 26th, 2001 to February 27th, 2002.
Published on Saturday, July 20th, 2019.
2021-06-02: Made dagger more like a cross and (Ʃ + ƪ) does not look good.
2021-06-03: (Ʃ + ƪ) looks better now. ƽ looks like the amiibo font from the Super mario maker 2 ad.
2021-06-03: Looking better now.This is a clone of Super Mario Maker Extended
Font used for the credits, copy protection screen, help menu, and restore game screen for Fire Hawk: Thexder - The Second Contact, (C) 1989, 1990 Game Arts Co, Ltd / (C) 1990 Sierra On-Line, Inc. (The DOS start-up screen also states that this game is alternately titled 'Thexder II Firehawk'.) As with many Japanese games, the period (.) is set above the baseline; it has been lowered here, but the original can be found in the More Latin section. The Block character is located in the @ position.
Font used for the start menu, in-game menus, character interactions, and on-screen displays for Fire Hawk: Thexder - The Second Contact, (C) 1989, 1990 Game Arts Co, Ltd / (C) 1990 Sierra On-Line, Inc. (The DOS start-up screen also states that this game is alternately titled as 'Thexder II Firehawk'.) Letter J* and modified B N P by Goatmeal. Original B N P found in the More Latin area, along with the 'digital counter' numerals as a bonus. The Block character is located in the @ position.
* Oddly enough, I couldn't find the letter J used anywhere during my playthough...
Font used for the copy protection and in-game text for Silpheed Super Dogfighter, (C) 1986, 1988 Game Arts Co, Ltd / (C) 1988 Sierra On-Line, Inc. Numerals 3 4 6 7 8 9 by Goatmeal; the only numbers used for bonus value displays in-game are 0 1 2 5. The Block character is located in the @ position.
Monospaced version of the text font used for the introduction, character interactions, and finale of Zeliard, (C) 1987, 1990 Game Arts Co, Ltd / (C) 1990 Sierra On-Line, Inc. Modified q by Goatmeal; the original q is found in the More Latin area.
Proportional version of the text font used for the credits and saved game/restore menu of Zeliard, (C) 1987, 1990 Game Arts Co, Ltd / (C) 1990 Sierra On-Line, Inc. Modified q by Goatmeal; the original q is found in the More Latin area.
In the game, the spacing/kerning between various letter and/or punctuation combinations is highly variable, anywhere from 2-6 pixels. To strike a balance, a standard three-pixel width was chosen for letters and most punctuation; the remaing punctuation glyphs have a 6-pixel width, while the numbers retain their 2-pixel width.This is a clone of Zeliard - Monospaced
@Dear and appreciated minimum: It has been an honour for me to have received from you the possibility of rebuilding my own version of your excellent font "tm Patchpanel", as a result of your very generous offer in FS of the pieces that it was made. I feel enormously lucky and grateful for that. It was also really very interesting for me to be able to go (in a certain way) into the depths of the ins and outs to build glyphs of a great master. With all this, I have dared to propose my humble version of this great font, which is this one that I am now making public. With all this, I have tried to make the grid more obvious, showing the shape of the letters inside. I've also tried not to repeat any of the glyphs of the original font, and I confess also my inability to get a good enough H. The final result appears to lack the freshness of your original font, but offers (to my mind, I hope also to you) some other qualities. I wish I hadn't demeaned the original too much and not made it too ugly. Thanks a million.This is a clone
This is my imagination of how Cyrrilic and Latin letters would look like if were more "runic".