Pokémon Font First seen on DaFont: before 2005 - Updated: February 10, 2007 - Expiry Date: September 30, 2022
Pokemon New Font Update in Dafont on September 30, 2022.This is a clone of FOT New Pop Happiness Updated
Presenting Jaleco's Ninja Jajamaru-Kun, released in 1985, and this is the same font to Jajamaru no Daibouken, and similar to Field Combat, Argus, City Connection, etc.This is a clone of Dragon Buster II: Yami no Fuuin
Presenting Carry Lab and Dog's Mystery Quest (aka. Hao-Kun no Fushigi na Tabi), released in 1987 for the FDS and 1988 for the NES, under licensed by Taxan.
Language of Sunsunland
When you type make sure to keep caps lock on cause i thought it ws broken but forgot i only made fonts for capitilized letters :D
Game on, elliotshock.
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LITERA FACILIOR GOTI ― A modernized Blackletter script style
Also known as Gothic script, Gothic Minuscule, or Textura, was a script used throughout Western Europe from approx. the 12th untill the 17th century. Blackletter served as one of the major typefaces in the history of Western typography. Over time a wide variety of different blackletters appeared, but the four major families can be identified as: Textura, Rotunda, Bastarda and Fraktur.
This FontStruction was aimed at mimicing the aesthetic approach of a ― ‘Textura’ variant of the Gothic Minuscule script style, more accuratly refered to as ‘ Littera Textualis’. This style is most characterized by its strong sturdy letterforms, with distinguishing sharp, straight and angular features as oposed to the other variations in this catagory.
In terms of authenticity to the original predecessing formal script family, my ‘ Litera Facilior Goti’ didn't took a whole lot of care for authenticity. The idea was to take a more independent and experimental approach to shaping the letters and forms, so it wasn't necessarily inspired by any specific typeface in particular, it rather recycles certain characteristics of a ‘Textualis Quadrata’, but beyond those aspects of general guidelines it evolved on its own.
“It was crafted from the idea of a drastically simplified and more modernized take on the Medieval script, while making fewest possible concessions to the overall medieval aesthetics of the font.”
Some of the areas where the design tends to really strays away from the tradition are for example the serifs: These do not faithfully follow the physiology of a real ‘felt flat chisel nib’ calligraphy marker nor does it replicate actual true calligraphic techniques. It rather is a mixture of my general understanding of Blackletter calligraphy, combined with a set of design rules that mimic a ‘signal processing’-type style chain of events, more commonly encountered in electronic music production and modular synthesis.
It revolves around the imaginative mechanical properties of a contradictive and counterintuitive system's execution on this otherwise logical algorithmic deconstruction for the traditional implementation of serifs in Blackletter calligraphy.
Of course there is no such thing that exists in the real world, and its merely an ‘analogy ’-type point of view for translating music technical terminology to typographic terms.
Not entirely unexpected, but pretty shitty was the continuously occuring of undesirable effects when working up through most of the rules.
Results turned out not to be what I've innitially expected. Prior to this I was under the assumption that the concept I'd came up with was less prone to errors than it ended up being, that it guaranteed a stronger ‘build-in ’ fail-safe due to its systematic step-by-step-nature.
First results looked as if being bits of more random, and rather ‘unintelligent‘output. And in reality expecting the results to be somewhat more comparible to the notable differences seen when cross-comparing“Regular style fonts vs. Reverse contrasted style fonts”.
But luckily not all logic got lost within this madness. Some additional tweaking to the results that the algorithmic chain-edit spewed out delivered much more acceptable and probable results.
I've also tried to experiment a little with the style and forms of the serifs. Resulting in multiple deviations in variety to mix, kind of similar to what was done in less formal scripts and could be seen in Bastarda's deliberation of its formality and consistency (truly living up to its name), being a hybrid blend of a drunk man's Textualis and more simplified letterforms that involved less reorientation of the pen, styles that were quicker to write.
But as a whole I find it having this certain ‘random-ish ’ characteristic that simply works for the better of this particular font.
I'm still working on improving its overall rhymes and reasons to a certain point that is acceptable, balanced and with enough consistency. But up to this stage I personally think that the concept worked out quite successfully so far. And that even despite the fact that its stripped down of most calligraphic extravaganza, it still managed to capture a convincing portion of that ‘Medieval ’ looks.
Well, this should cover most there was to “Jumping in for at deep end! ”, in terms of explaining the font conceptually.
That being said,
This actually is a cloned revision of a pre-existing FontStruction I made back in 2018 that gone by the name ‘FACILIOR’.
It was misserably screwed up bad on a number of levels, and eventually I even decided to pull it back into Private, never to touch or look at it again untill recently.. Now I'm very keen to have rediscovered this dusty and forgotten misfit, the only thing that kind of baffles me is,
“Why I never after again paid attention to this and tried to correct that that was faulty? ”
― The downside of having plenty of quantity I guess? lol
Anyway, all of the above intel on the fonts renewal wasn't part of the original first ‘FACILIOR’ version, and so much has since been changed, that it could qualify as a totally different new font.
Yet, ― It still needs some love and additional work, but I was hoping to publish it like "Yesterlastweekdayend" but arghh.. yeah nevermind; Here it is folks, I hope you like it so far.
This is a clone
Presenting Taito's Elevator Action, released in 1983, or MCMLXXXV. This font is similar to Space Cruiser, which was created by Patrick H. Lauke, Elevator Action returns is now available on Nintendo Switch. They cannot guess which year was released in the NES and Famicom.This is a clone of Space Cruiser
Presenting Sony Imagesoft, Epic Games and Ocean Software's Hudson Hawk, released in 1991 in movies only, for NES and Gameboy. This was based on movies.This is a clone of Monopoly
Presenting Tokumashoten intermedia (formerly Tokumashoten or Tokuma Shoten)'s Famimaga Disk Vol. 1: Hong Kong's released in 1990. This game was based on Famimaga Disk Series, released in 1990, by Tokumashoten intermedia.