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Super Mario & Nintendo themed fonts collection

 

Super Mario and Nintendo themed fonts for you to download and use

 

This section contains some of the fonts used throughout various Super Mario games, or used in some other way by Nintendo. The fonts are all for PC in a TrueType font format. Click here if you aren't sure how to install a font.

 

Emulogic Font

Filetype: True Type Font (zipped)

Filesize: 23kb

Author: ck! of Freaky Fonts

Font description: This funky retro font squeals 8 Bit - its the sort of font that was used a lot to display your score, number of lives, time limit at the top right corner of a lot of retro games.

 

Emulogic retro font preview

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Foo Foo Font

Filetype: True Type Font (zipped)

Filesize: 9kb

Author: Ray Larabie

Where font was used: Super Mario RPG Box Art / Headers in the Mario v Donkey Kong manual

 

Foo Foo from Super Mario RPG and Mario vs. Donkey Kong font preview

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Gamecube Font

Filetype: True Type Font (zipped)

Filesize: 11kb

Author: Nintendo

Where font was used: The official font of the Nintendo Gamecube logo.

 

The font used in the Gamecube logo, preview

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Mario and Luigi Icons Font

Filetype: True Type Font (zipped)

Filesize: 282kb

Author: David Martin

Font description: This great graphic font is made up of lots of Mario images, game logos and icons.

Mario and Luigi graphic font preview

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Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga Font

Filetype: True Type Font (zipped)

Filesize: 12kb

Author: Nintendo

Where font was used: This is the title font for Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga

 

Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga font preview

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Mushroom Kingdom NBP Font

Filetype: True Type Font (zipped)

Filesize: 6.87kb

Author: Nate Halley aka Nate547

Font description: Type out your own world in the Mushroom Kingdom 1985-style! Still a work in progress. Each dingbat has a ground block allowing you to simply type and not need to worry about editing anything in an image editor.

 

Mushroom Kingdom NBP font preview

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New Super Mario Bros U Font

Filetype: True Type Font (zipped)

Filesize: 9.92kb

Author: Unknown, please email me if you know who made this font so I can credit accordingly.

Font description: A font inspired by the text used in New Super Mario Bros U

 

New Super Mario Bros U font preview

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New Super Mario Bros Wii Font

Filetype: True Type Font (zipped)

Filesize: 23.2kb

Author: Unknown, please email me if you know who made this font so I can credit accordingly.

Font description: A font set based on New Super Mario Bros. Wii logo. This font contains two sets of letters, a basic set (closer to the original) and an expert set (alternates and extras)

 

NSMB Wii font 1 preview

Basic set

 

NSMB Wii font 2 preview (advanced set)

Advanced set

 

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Press Start

Filetype: True Type Font (zipped)

Filesize: 13.7kb

Author: codeman38 of Zone38.net

Where this font was used: An oldskool retro gaming font which has been used across many old games particularly in the 8-Bit era, recognise it from the Super Mario Bros title screen?

 

Press start - a retro videogame font

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Super Mario 256 Font

Filetype: True Type Font (zipped)

Filesize: 8.53kb

Author: FSuarez913

Font description: A very well made replica of the modern 'Super Mario' logo font.

 

Super Mario 256 font preview

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Super Mario Bros. Font

Filetype: True Type Font (zipped)

Filesize: 9kb

Author: Cursemonkey

Where font was used: This is a recreation of the font used in Super Mario Bros made in CorelDraw by Cursemonkey. It is not an official font but its still pretty cool.

 

Super Mario Bros fan recreated font, preview.

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Super Plumber Brothers Font

Filetype: True Type Font (zipped)

Filesize: 7.29kb

Author: Jackster Productions

Font description: A classic Super Mario Bros inspired font that emanates retro cool

 

Super Plumber Brothers font preview

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WaYoshi (Updated edition) Font

Filetype: True Type Font (zipped)

Filesize: 31.2 kb

Author: Mr. Mime

Where font was used: Wario Land, VB Wario Land and the logos from the Yoshi series of games, so called WaYoshi for this reason, the Wa for the start of Wario and the Yoshi for the Yoshi titles it represents.

 

WaYoshi (updated edition) font preview

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WaYoshi Font

Filetype: True Type Font (zipped)

Filesize: 11kb

Author: Mr. Mime

Where font was used: Wario Land, VB Wario Land and the logos from the Yoshi series of games, so called WaYoshi for this reason, the Wa for the start of Wario and the Yoshi for the Yoshi titles it represents.

 

WaYoshi font preview

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Yoshi's Island Chalkboard Font

Filetype: True Type Font (zipped)

Filesize: 8kb

Author: Redux

Font description: This font replicates text used in various parts of Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island where it is used on both chalk boards and within speech bubbles.

 

Yoshi's Island Chalkboard

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Yoshi's Story Game text

Filetype: True Type Font (zipped)

Filesize: 21kb

Author: Brian Kent

Where font was used: This font was used as the Yoshi's Story (Nintendo 64) title font and also for the ingame text, it was cleverly captured from the game and converted to a True Type Font by the author.

 

Yoshi's Story Game text font preview

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How do I install a font?

 

For modern operating systems, XP, Vista etc you can simply double click the font in its zip/rar file to preview it. You then have the option to click install & you're done.

 

For older systems please see the below instruction:-

There's a couple of ways to install Fonts. The 'easy' way to install fonts is to just Unzip/place the font file [.ttf] into your Windows\Fonts directory (I always use this method). If you're unable to do it the 'easy' way, then try to do it this way (for Windows 95/98/NT)

 

  • Unzip the Font(s) to a folder (or somewhere, just remember where you unzipped it) on your Computer.
  • Next, click on the START button, then select SETTINGS then CONTROL PANEL.
  • When the Control Panel Window pops up, Double Click on FONTS.
  • When the FONTS window pops up, select File then Install New Font...
  • An Add Fonts window will pop up, just go to the folder that you unzipped the Font(s) to, select the Font(s) and then click on OK. Now the Font(s) are installed.

Now you can use the Font(s) in programs the utilize Fonts. Make sure that you install the font(s) first, then open up your apps (so the app will recognize the font). Sometimes you'll have to wait until you computer 'auto-refreshes' for programs to recognize fonts (Windows is sometimes slow to do that). You can refresh your computer quicker by going into Windows Explorer -or- My Computer and press F5 (or in the menubar select VIEW then REFRESH).

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