Two-in-one font for Pac-Maniacs. Some game characters in the lowercase.
This is a product of minor adjustment that comes from my previous "Pac-Man CodingSets" typeface. Having taken notice of a certain number of its variants, I brought them all together (plus my own ideas for sure) within this typeface design, until it finished.
A part of changes in captial letters are exactly from "Pac-Land", a well-known arcade game of 1984, and this is where the name of the typeface comes.
Note: I have just done a little more modifications in it, and maybe this is my last time doing this, I promise!This is a clone of Pac-Man CodingSets
Without doubt, this typeface is re-created from the NES release of "Pac-Man Championship Edition", and the game was officially published in 2020 as a Japanese release. Rumor has it that the game used to be a fan game as well, but for my part, this isn't the point.
The small letters "i" and "j" have been adjusted, so that they will look more accurate in terms of typeface design.
By the way, the design of the small letter "g" has been adjusted as well, because it's not until today that I could obtain the "Eat all fruit targets" achievement in this game, and that I could see the real appearance of the small letter "g" (see the below comment I have just posted). Sorry for the inconvenience caused by this!
A special Pac-Man version of the familiar Arcade Legacy font on FontStruct, given the title: PAC-MAN LEGACY! (Yes, it's even in stylized all-caps)
What's changed, you might ask? The exclamation mark (!), now based on the "!" as seen in both Pac-Man and Ms. Pac-Man when you start up a game, and begin another maze after eating all of the Pac-Dots. If it's one thing that matters most, it's detail.
This typeface is mainly based on the very first edition of Pac-Man. There are a considerable number of minor adjustments of my own, nevertheless. A great fit for programming occasions.
8-bit Nintendo font.
Recreation of the pixel font from the remastered "Pac-Man" "arrangement" version from the "Namco Classic Collection Vol.2" (1996). Note the smaller "u" and "p" in the lowercase. Only the characters present in the game's tile set have been included.
And this is just Pac-Ghost, but with additonal things that i forgot to add.This is a clone of Pac-Ghost