Fonts in M.U.G.E.N 1.0 are composed of a definition file with a "def" extension, and an accompanying sff or True Type font file. This format of font is referred to as FNT v2.In versions prior to M.U.G.E.N 1.0, a font is represented as single binary file with a "fnt" extension. This format is referred to as FNT v1. M.U.G.E.N 1.0 is compatible with both formats of fonts.This document describes the structure and format of FNT v2 font.TerminologyCharacterA single letter, number or symbol.GlyphThe visualization of a single character.Bitmap fontA font whose glyphs are represented entirely by sprites. Each character in the bitmap font's supported set maps to a sprite that is the glyph of that character.TrueType fontA font whose glyphs are represented by vectors that describe how to render each glyph. TrueType fonts are commonly used in Microsoft Windows and other operating systems to render anti-aliased (smooth-looking) fonts for the user interface.Color bankA palette for a bitmap font that applies a color scheme to the glyphs. Fonts may contain one or more color banks.Color bank numberA positive number that identifies a particular color bank.[El Muro] said, January 28, 2017, 05:51:37 pmBumping this thread just to add mugen also supports .otf (OpenType) fonts, even though this isn't documented on any official file.