The King of Fighters '96-'99

by Patrick Lauke (redux)

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Recreation of the pixel font used in SNK's "The King of Fighters", for '96,'97,'98 and '99. The uppercase letters and numbers replicate the primary "chunky" font from the games, while the lowercase contains the faux-italic letters used for the fighter names during the game. Only the characters present in the game's tile set have been included.
Info: Created on 5th April 2013 . Last edited on 6th April 2013.
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Comment by Patrick Lauke (redux) 7th April 2013

Gracias por este aporte lo malo que hay que crear una cuenta para poder descargar las fuentes

Comment by Kyopitudo 25th December 2018

Two problems: I wouldn't recommend certain symbols in font names (apostrophes, or other characters not acceptable in filenames (\, /, :, *, ?, :, <, >, or |), What about numbers in fighters' names (like 0zone)?

Comment by anonymous-1520403 25th December 2018

Wonderful! It brings me memories from my childhood and it's very well readable and convertible to .svg with Inkscape

Comment by fernandodsilva 24th July 2019

@fernandodsilva glad you like it ... yes, one of my primary reasons for doing these is just the nostalgia aspect / an excuse to revisit all these old games :)

Comment by Patrick Lauke (redux) 24th July 2019

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