Recreation of the pixel font from UPL/Taito's "Raiders5" (1985), a variation and slight expansion on "Ninja Kid" (1984).
The lowercase is not used in the game. Only the characters present in the game's tile set have been included.This is a clone of Ninja Kid
Recreation of the pixel font from UPL's "Vandyke" (1990). Only the characters present in the game's tile set have been included.
Recreation of the pixel font used in early UPL games: the alphanumeric characters were first introduced in "Nova 2001" (1983) and the punctuation/special characters were added starting with "Ninja Kid" (1984). It at first appears like a copy of Namco's "Xevious" (1982), but has enough variation to be considered a stand-alone font in its own right. The font was further used - with some minor change to the punctuation - in "Raiders5" (1985) and "Ninja Kid II" (1987).
Clone of Nova 2001. Font from Nova 2001, (C) 1983 UPL Company Limited / Universal USA Inc; used again for Rad Action, (C) 1987 UPL Company Limited and Ninja Kid II (C) 1987 UPL Company Limited. Dingbats from Rad Action / Ninja Kid IIThis is a clone of Nova 2001