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color tint spacing zoom173

characters: 27
line height: 30
size over: -28
size under: 2
size inner: -28
add space: 1
monospace: no
views: 5427 (1st)
views/day: 0.85
created: 2004-01-22
used colors: 15
downloads: 888 (1st)
colors in palette: 15
total pixels: 16,548
rating: not yet rated
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font file: size 16.8 kB, last modified 2021-03-16, download
version 1.1
version 1.2
tags: gray, game
artist: Mo Warden

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2020-08-12 12:47:38 1admin

- I'd say it's redrawn, not just converted. See, e.g. the shading of "S" - sheen stays left in this one, while being in the middle in the original.
- Also, the original title text is bigger. For a moment, I was thinking about redrawing the rest of the alphabet, but it's significantly more labourious than in case of some "simple-shaped" fonts, so... nope.

2020-08-12 12:42:35 1admin

@zbeng: Links added, thanks!

2020-08-11 23:23:08 0zbeng

This font is based on the character design in the title name of the game "Backlash" on Amiga.
The font is originally in yellow-orange-brown colors.
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