Recreation of the in-game font used for the Tokyo 64 console from "Mario and Sonic at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games". Why is it 7:10 rather than 7:7?
Also, how come the Japanese version has more accurate looking text?
While I was watching the Mario Maker Direct, I noticed that the text now had lowercase. So I studied the UK version to get all the characters (except for 'f').
Update 1 (06/25): I found 'f' in some gameplay footage that was released
Update 1.5 (07/01): The 7 in the promotional art from SMM1 is now the official 7 for the font. Beginning work on accents.
Update 2 (07/26): Updated a, e, f, j, and z. Also fixed the 7. This is probably the most accurate it can get for now.
Update 3 (08/26): Recently I discovered that the bottoms of g and y are slightly shorter that the full length. I also found out that the k has a slight inverse effect so I fixed that. I also adjusted some wierd looking letters.
Update 4 (09/02): I was making something with this font, then realized the slashes were off, I modeled them off of the clear condition slash.
Update 5 (09/07): the ? was actually correct before whoops. I also found out there is a real ampersand in the game.
Update 6 (09/28): This project is moving to letters not possible in fonstruct so I will put a new download link here soon.This is a clone of Super Mario Maker Extended
A font I'm working on that will support most Unicode.
I will continue working on this until i get to over 8240 characters, beating 7:12 Serif.
Basic Latin - DONE
Latin 1 Supplement - DONE
Latin Extended A - DONE
Latin Extended B - In Progress
Hiragana - Was in progress, On Hold
11/16/2018 - Coming soon, KANJI!
Lost in Japan is a font with that curious type of feel. The name makes sense when I spell it out below.
LOST - Very confusing, yet cool.
IN - Really?
JAPAN - Cointains all Hiragana/Katakana characters.
The font based off of my graphing calculator i bought for school. Unfortunately, I'm in middle school, so i can't take it back to school, but at least it's a good font resource. Most of the characters were receated from the "program" app's symbol menu. THE THING COST $43 BUCKS!!! You should expect a lot of MATH characters...