Published: 27th August, 2014
Last edited: 15th February, 2019
Created: 27th August, 2014
The internet has quite some Mega Man fonts to offer, but there is simply no faithful recreation with extended character sets, Japanese glyphs, and all the other stuff you might want to type down in true Mega Man style.
So I decided to recreate the latest variant of the original game font myself. The result: "MMRock9" (which can be pronounced as "Rock you" in Japanese), a true-to-original, carefully researched recreation of the pixel font used in Mega Man 9 and 10.
This font features (likely) all that you could ask for - original monospace character margins, letter variants with diacritics, some game-specific bonus glyphs like Start/Select buttons and the Mega Man 3 background logo, and last but not least a full Japanese character set with all hiragana and katakana glyphs appearing in the Japanese version. Also included: Lots and lots of added glyphs as well as some minor character variations appearing in earlier Mega Man games.
The base font size and recommended setting for MMRock9 is 8pt and multiples of that. Use metric kerning and no additional smoothing effects for a thoroughly wily font experience!
The Mega Man series was primarily developed by Capcom and released on various systems between 1987 and 2012.
~ MMRock9 - created by Caveras after the original pixel font used in Mega Man 9 and other games of the Mega Man series for various systems. ~This is a clone
Published: 5th October, 2011
Last edited: 6th October, 2011
Created: 20th September, 2011
The perfect typeface for any 80's action film full of explosions, amazing one-liners, and plot holes galore.
Published: 2nd December, 2010
Last edited: 22nd July, 2018
Created: 29th November, 2010
Font from Nova 2001, (C) 1983 UPL Company Limited / Universal USA Inc; used again for Rad Action, (C) 1987 UPL Company Limited and Ninja Kid II (C) 1987 UPL Company Limited. Dingbats from Rad Action / Ninja Kid II