Pokémon Mystery Dungeon (Japanese: ポケモン不思議のダンジョン, Hepburn: Pokemon Fushigi no Danjon) is a video game series spin-off from the main Pokémon series developed by Spike Chunsoft (formerly Chunsoft). The games feature the fictional creatures called Pokémon who have the ability to speak human language navigating through a randomly generated dungeon using turn-based moves, indicative of Mystery Dungeon games. As of September 2018, there have been ten games across four platforms, as well as two manga adaptations and several animated specials. These games are based in dungeons (“mystery dungeons”) where a floor map is randomly generated. In the dungeons, players fight other Pokémon while obtaining items and finding stairs to the next floor, exiting the dungeon after a fixed number of floors. Across all installments, the series has sold over 13 million copies.
What’s the font used for Pokémon Mystery Dungeon?
The “Mystery Dungeon” part is very similar to Cafeteria Black designed by Tobias Frere-Jones for Font Bureau, and the “Explorers of Time” is House of Terror from House Industries.