You Don’t Know Jack (video game) Font

About You Don’t Know Jack (video game) Font

You Don’t Know Jack is a video game released in 1995, and the first release in the You Don’t Know Jack video game series.

Franklin Gothic Condensed was used for the game title as well as promo text and tagline on the art. Hermann Zapf’s Optima Italic was used for the Berkeley Systems logo in the lower right.

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Franklin Gothic Typeface in Use

In addition to You Don’t Know Jack (video game), Franklin Gothic typeface is also used in the following logos, movie posters or album covers, etc., including: Kim’s Convenience, Labour Isn’t Working, Ramones, Cosmopolitan Logo, The Adventures of Pete & Pete, Aardman, Bank of America, Godless (TV series), Mystic River, Rocky, The Dark Knight, Reno 911, The Dark Knight Rises, A Walk to Remember, Good Things.

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