Atomic Robo-Kid

by Patrick Lauke (redux)

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Recreation of the pixel font used in UPL's "Atomic Robo-Kid" (1988). Most characters appeared already in "Mutant Night" (1987), but overall "Atomic Robo-Kid" - which is a spiritual successor of the earlier game - has a more complete set of punctuation marks. Only the characters present in the game's tile set have been included.
Info: Created on 10th June 2013 . Last edited on 10th June 2013.
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Comment by Patrick Lauke (redux) 16th June 2013
@redux - Ah, Data 70: the futuristic-looking go-to font for coin-op video games... :^)
Comment by Goatmeal 16th June 2013
I laughed at the name!
Comment by Noah (winty5) 16th June 2013
@winty5 - What else would you call an atomic-powered cybernetic youngster? :^)
Comment by Goatmeal 16th June 2013
Sorry; that should have said "NUCLEAR-powered cybernetic youngster"... :^)
Comment by Goatmeal 16th June 2013
Uhhh...Atomic-Powered Cybernetic Youngster? :)
Comment by Noah (winty5) 16th June 2013

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