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A small variable-width pixel font with slightly heavier capital letters than lower-case ones. Has some quirks to help distinguish letters and numbers (numbers are very narrow and are 5px tall, while capital letters are 6px tall and many lower-case letters are 4px tall). Descender is 2px below the baseline, maximum glyph height is 6px above the baseline. Doesn't use any bricks other than the full square. This version covers only ASCII and a handful of extra punctuation marks, like curly quotes.


A very clear pixel design despite the height, it is perfect for more than games text.

Comment by Aeolien 9th october 2016

Thanks Aeolien! I'm working on an extended version that should be usable for more than English text, too. When I tested this in a game I'm working on, I was surprised that the font looks decent at all zoomed to more than 2x pixel scale, but it does seem to keep a similar chunky pixel aesthetic at larger sizes.

Comment by Elementalist 15th october 2016

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