Tag Archives: font

The Amstrad PC 1640 character set is similar to Code Page 437, but there are a few differences.

The European font of the Sega SC-3000. Notice how curvy the full triangles and slashes are. Images from SMS Power and Saverio Russo.

The 8×16 system font of the Atari ST (1985), available here.

The three TRS-80 models had no less than 22 different fonts in total (top image), available in Rebecca Bettencourt’s font pack Another Mans Treasure. Shown here are the international fonts from TRS-80 Model 4, and Rebecca’s additions in the last image.

Jindai moji, supposedly used in Japan in the 17th century, via @tkasasagi.

Sharp MZ-700 character sets (Japanese first, European second), from sharpmz.org. See sharpscii graphics here.

Can a font be reworked with less than 128 bytes? Here are three examples from the well obscure 128b font compo. Made by Jammer, Mahoney and Jiminy.

Two Amiga ASCIIs and a Crystal logo with a custom font (and drop shadow) , by Sim1.

If you delete all fonts in XP, you’re greeted with nonsense like this afterwards.

Dingbats are forever. via WinWorld

The font of the portable TRS-80 Model 100 (1983).