Miiverse stamps from NES Remix 1&2.
Since miiverse shut down, I thought it would be nice to be able to use these stamps in some other way and this is the only one I could think of. Some have been altered from the original pixel art (like Wario) and mirrored versions of some characters and the speech/thought bubbles. And yes, this took a LONG time. All rights belong to Nintendo.
A font I made for my game project, feel free to use.
WIP, more language support will be added over time.
A blocky and rounded font. More glyphs soon.
Use it for whatever you want, being non-commercial or commercial, you can use it.
Just don't sell it as it was yours.
Basically a light version of zephram’s Madufaros Mini. Not really faithful—some glyphs easily stray from their Madufaros’ ancestors.
Support for Latin, Latin-1 Supplement, General Punctuation, Greek, Cyrillic, Runic, Ogham and partially IPA.
I will probably revisit this once in a while, since I’m still not satisfied with some characters.This is a clone of Madufaros Mini
I find there is a particular charm in the crudeness of some solutions compared to subsequent iterations or other 5x7 pixel fonts (see, for example, the numerals and |C|U|Y|).
I reproduced only the characters shown in the aforelinked image, placing them in what I considered to be the appropriate Unicode place.
I tried to look for some more glyphs (comma anyone?) but failed to find reliable sources.
A completely illegible font for the fall of human civilization. Typographical ruins. To be used in as large of a size as possible.
"E","x","a","i" characters taken from the cover of Autechre's "Exai"
"t" character taken from a t-shirt design released for said album
"A","e","L","v" characters taken from the "L-Event" EP
All others scrawled by me
This the font that the Australian crew used for the Wackadoo Watch. They used only the numbers to put it on the watch for the timer when it gets to nine seconds for the countdown to start. So I decided to remake this font and create all the numbers except for the number "0", and the rest of this font, I made some custom uppercase letters, lowercase letters, and some symbols that they didn't use for the Wackadoo Watch. So this a custom VTech font that I created and rip those characters from the watch.
Here's a recreation of a font that is very near and dear to my heart. I found it was actually quite a fun challenge to match each character as closely as I could, but I did take a few liberties on the punctuation characters especially.
I Finished the font with !!1247!! Glyphs And Latin Extended A,B,C,D,E,F and G!!!This is a clone
Based on a font identification request over at Typography.guru.
Only |J|Q|Z| are done from scratch, but most letters still needed some interpretation in order to choose what to keep as a detail and what to discard as just an artefact.
As per the samples available, it's just uppercase (plus the lonely lowercase |c|).
It is possible that the original wasn't a pixel font after all, or that the pixels weren't square, and probably it had a higher resolution than 13×13.