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I am trying to find the font used in Return to Ravenhearst game. A screenshot of the text of which I am looking is:

From: www.mobygames.com/images/shots/l/342975-mystery-case-files-return-to-ravenhearst-windows-screenshot.png

I have tried WhatTheFont and similar services, but they are very sensitive.

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  • Have you tried to search by appearance? I've had good results with that, although it requires a sensible sample size. – jensgram May 31 '13 at 6:33
  • You can have a look HERE. The exact same one may not be there but very similar ones can probably be found. – AndroidHustle May 31 '13 at 6:54
  • Unable to find even a closing match. :( – Praveen Kumar Purushothaman May 31 '13 at 9:02
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    Handwritten fonts can be tricky to match if you don't already know what it is, because there are just so many of them. I browsed myfonts.com for awhile (picked the handwriting tag, entered some letters, and scrolled away!), but couldn't find anything. This and this are at least somewhat in the same ballpark, but they're not the correct answer so I'm just posting as a comment. – Brendan May 31 '13 at 13:12
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    Might even be a custom handwritten font, in which case you won't find it anywhere! – Brendan May 31 '13 at 13:18
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This is an actual font and I it is bugging me that I cannot remember it. Also, this font would be considered as a handwritten font. You can look through many font sites but look for specific characteristics. In this case the Q, lowercase f, and lowercase g should work.

Some similar fonts I have found:

Seriously

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Architect's Daughter

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dafont search parameters

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I have found out the font. It is Domestic Manners. You can see the preview here. Thanks to Matt_2.0. I was using this font too! :)

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