|Calderon Handwriting Condensed||James Calderon||VWF||8||This is a condensed, variable-width version of my sans serif font. The entire set of characters are all included.||EN||31 May 2012|
|Calderon Handwriting Elegante||James Calderon||VWF||8||Finally, the stylized version of my handwriting font (I write like this sometimes)!
Two bitmaps are included here: one optimized for a fixed 8-pixel width (characters are centered) & another prepared for variable width (characters are aligned ….||EN||05 June 2012|
|Calderon Majuscule Roman||James Calderon||8||8||As a caps-only seriffed font, this is perfect for newspaper-type body or anything meant to look typewritten.||EN||10 August 2012|
|Castle of Deceit||Castle of Deceit (NES)||8||8||Here is a font extracted from Castle of Deceit for the NES. Included are upper-case letters, numbers, and a few symbols.||EN||02 December 2017|
|Castlevania 2||Castlevania 2 (NES)||8||8||Here is a font extracted from Castlevania 2 for the NES. It contains upper-case letters, numbers, and some symbols.||EN||02 December 2017|
|Chic Font||Spoony Bard||8||16||Here is a font which contains Numbers,Upper-case, and lower case lettering.||EN||07 July 2013|
|Chicago||Final Fantasy VI||VWF||11||This is the VWF that Squaresoft used in several of their SNES RPGs. It’s based on a Mac OS Font called Chicago, hence its name here. The font is popular among fan translators, and has been used in numerous projects. This particular variation was….||EN||03 July 2009|
|Chicago (dropshadow)||Squaresoft||VWF||12||The classic font Chicago used in several Squaresoft games and very popular among fan translators, this one has the dropshadow included.||EN||22 March 2014|
|Chicago Menu||Final Fantasy VI||8||8||This is a fixed width menu font inspired by Chicago that Squaresoft used in Final Fantasy VI. It features larger lowercase letters than most fonts, and compliments the game’s VWF well.
Please not….||EN||03 July 2009|
|Chrono Trigger||Jackster||VWF||12||Beautiful font extracted from one of the greatest RPGs there are: Chrono Trigger.
This font is very similar to Chicago font.||EN||22 March 2014|
|Chunx0rz||Spoony Bard||8||8||Here is a font which contains numbers, upper case, and lower case lettering.||EN||07 July 2013|
|Code Name - Viper||Code Name - Viper (NES) by Capcom||8||8||Here is the font extracted from Code Name - Viper. It contains upper & lower case letters as well as numbers & symbols.||EN||27 November 2017|
|Code Name - Viper (Bold Font)||Code Name - Viper (NES) by Capcom||8||8||Here is the bold font extracted from Code Name - Viper. It contains upper & lower case letters as well as numbers & symbols. All numbers and upper case letters are bolded but the lower case ones are not.||EN||29 November 2017|
|Cool World Font (Bold)||Cool World (NES)||8||8||A bold-type font extracted from the game Cool World for the NES. It contains upper-case letters, numbers, and symbols.||EN||07 December 2017|
|Cryptic Font||Festers Quest||8||8||Here is a font extracted from Fester’s Quest. It contains uppercase lettering & numbers. It is meant to used in games that would utilize all the colors of the palette available to give the font a “cryptic” look to it.||EN||11 June 2013|
|Cursive Capitals||Spoony Bard||8||16||Here is a font which has numbers, upper case, & lower case lettering.||EN||07 July 2013|
|Cursive Style Font||HandyMan II - Wrecking Crew Hack||8||8||Here is a cursive style font extracted from the HandyMan II hack of Wrecking Crew for NES.||EN||14 June 2013|
|DarkLaw Font||Darklaw - SNES||16||16||Here is a font extracted from DarkLaw for SNES. It contains upper and lower case letters as well as numbers.||EN||15 June 2013|
|Dash Galaxy Font||Dash Galaxy in the Alien Asylum (NES)||8||8||Here is a thick style font pulled from Dash Galaxy in the Alien Asylum. It contains uppercase lettering & numbers.||EN||28 November 2017|
|Dawn of Souls Dialogue Font||Final Fantasy I & II: Dawn of Souls||VWF||16||This is a rip of the dialogue font from Final Fantasy I & II: Dawn of Souls. The font originated in Sword of Mana on the Game Boy Advance, and variations of it were also used in Final Fantasy IV Advance, Final Fantasy V Advance, and Final Fantasy….||EN||19 June 2009|