Compact just like Windows' Terminal font, but based on the EGA/VGA text mode character sets. Comes in TrueType and bitmap versions. Besides good ol' codepage 437, it also supports an expanded unicode charset.
Another installment on CGA display tricks - covering the final version of 8088 MPH, determining the model of your CGA card in wetware, the extended 1024-color palettes supported by both models, and some artistic considerations.
Can you take the original IBM PC color graphics board, and force it to display 32 times as many colors as it's officially capable of? Believe it, comrade! Here's the in-depth write-up on how we did that in the 8088 MPH demo, complete with illustrations.
Mapping out all four levels and 127 rooms of this maze shooter - specifically, the IBM PC version. As proof of cartographic accuracy, you also get a playthrough video.
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