Based on the scoreboard from the 1980 series of the iconic gameshow Family Fortunes.
Based on the scoreboard from the 1988 series of the iconic gameshow Family Fortunes.
Based on the display board from the 1987 series of the iconic gameshow Family Fortunes.
Font built from the video screens on Tic-Tac-Dough (the Martindale version). Capitals, digits and some puctuation taken straight from screenshots; the rest were created with an eye toward trying to make them "fit in".
A font loosely based on mid-century game shows (Alphanumeric characters and a few symbols only, not likely to add much more)
This is the digital font used on Family Feud during the Combs (1988-1994) and Dawson 2.0 (1994-1995) eras.This is a clone of Fast Money (Dawson 1.0 Era B)
This is an alternate version of the digital font used throughout the Richard Dawson era from 1976 until 1985; this version is used for the Fast Money bonus round, with the "0", "3", "6" and "9" looking different compared to how the appeared in the main game rounds.This is a clone of Fast Money (Dawson 1.0 Era A)
This is the main game version of the digital font used on Family Feud throughout Richard Dawson's run from 1976 until 1985; the numbers are used on the left and right sides of the board to display families' scores (or banks, since they played for dollars at the time).
Based off of the eggcrate marquees and scores on the 1975 CBS game show "The Magnificent Marble Machine".
Includes bullet symbol for blank spaces, and all block symbols from the Fast Money font.This is a clone of Fast Money Three
Based off the eggcrate display that appeared in almost every game show in existence since the first episode of Password Plus aired in 1968.