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A faithful recreation of the nostalgic 8-bit font with an IBM Code Page 437 character ROM-based twist.

While it has only 381 characters, I'll strive to work hard on this one.

Fast Facts:
The Famicom was released in Japan on 15 July 1983. It was released in the United States on 18 October 1985 as the Nintendo Entertainment System.

Note the Super Mario Bros. and Tetris games use the other J instead of this one I custom made for this font.

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