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color tint spacing zoombig-big


characters: 60
line height: 64
size over: -64
size under: 0
size inner: -64
add space: 1
palette colors: 2
monospace: no
views: 377
views/day: 2.02
created: 2020-11-08
downloads: 128
colors: 1
total pixels: 159,747
rating: not yet rated
color statistics
colorpixelsused in characters
0113784!"'()+,-./0123456789:;<=>?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ[\]^`
145963!"'()+,-./0123456789:;<=>?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ[\]^_`

font file: size 184.7 kB, last modified 2021-03-08, download
version 1.1
version 1.2
tag: white
artist: ES

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2021-02-28 17:14:18 1admin

@Zbeng: mercs-cracktro deleted. Never mind. Looking at this, I spotted some mistakes in this font (reversed "<" & ">", flipped ";"…), so it prompted me fix it.

2021-02-28 09:23:54 1Zbeng

mercs-cracktro was correctly identified as a duplicate of this font (even with the numerals and a few more characters missing).
When I found it in the ATARI's memory after running https://demozoo.org/productions/79479/, it looked familiar, but I forgot where from.

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