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A somewhat modified version of Monaco was used in the final two installments of the Marathon Trilogy; Marathon 2: Durandal, and Marathon Infinity[http://marathon.bungie.org/story/terms/m2/durandal.gif]
 
A somewhat modified version of Monaco was used in the final two installments of the Marathon Trilogy; Marathon 2: Durandal, and Marathon Infinity[http://marathon.bungie.org/story/terms/m2/durandal.gif]
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Montagel is a look-alike with identical metrics.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 13:09, 22 August 2013

Note icon color.pngWikipedia has more information about Monaco (typeface).

Monaco was one of the original Macintosh "city" fonts by Susan Kare. It is a monospaced sans-serif face. The TrueType version is still popular with programmers today, as several often-confused character pairs are easily distinguishable – notably the subtle difference between O and 0.

A somewhat modified version of Monaco was used in the final two installments of the Marathon Trilogy; Marathon 2: Durandal, and Marathon Infinity[1]

Montagel is a look-alike with identical metrics.

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