Some time after I decided to unleash Pixelbabania VI Deluxe onto the world, I deemed it appropriate to also create a light version to go alongside it. Had a good bit of fun making sure things looked right with this font, which also explains why I decided to fix its sister font while I was at it.
Here it is, at last. And just in time for the start of a new season, wherever in the world you all are.
4/12/2023 : Fixed up a few more glyphs of Box Drawing to make them work proper with their fellow glyphs.
This font is free for personal and commercial uses.
MSDOS Unicode GPRS Mono is a monospaced font that supports over many languages: Catalan, Croatian, Danish, English, Estonian, Faroese, Filipino, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Icelandic, Italian, Lower Sorbian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Serbian (Latin), Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish, Upper Sorbian, and Zulu.
I remember fondly playing Final Fantasy Dawn of Souls on the Game Boy Advance, FF1 in particular one of my favourite of the two games, which I had replayed a good number of times. As I became curious about the game once again, I started looking it up and started gazing at the fonts used, started looking up the font for it, and came across a resource sheet that contained all the characters for both Basic Latin and other languages, then I started to think about how the font changed looks in certain characters in other titles, such as the 3D remake of Final Fantasy IV and The 4 Heroes of Light, both games released for the Nintendo DS. I started thinking to myself, what if there was a monospaced version of this font?
And so, I got to work, thinking how it would all look if Square Enix indeed decided to go monospace for all the characters intstead of only the numbers for the GBA FF games and even had most of the small letters and even numbers expand horizontally by one pixel and even went the extra mile to add Greek, Coptic, Cyrillic and even Hiragana and Katakana. Not content with this, I even decided to add in a few extra things and even decided to add in characters used in computers of old, namely Box Drawing and Block Elements.
A bit of a "quick" project that I am finally happy to release onto the world.
5/12/23 : Fixed up some glyphs in the Box Drawing set. Now they should look nicer and fit with the rest good and proper.
This is a pixel font for any purpose you may need it for.
If you're wondering what the many unidentified symbols are at the end, those are a few conlangs I've made. They're all (currently) in the first "Supplementary Private Use-A" block.
If a glyph is blank on FS, I look it up and recreate it.
If anything's wrong, let me know. If you have any suggestions, let me know as well.
When I finish a section, I add the section's name as a tag, which is why I don't have Supplementary Private Use Area-A 1 isn't there. It's just not fully taken up yet.
Glyph count: 2736
Mojang (logo 2017 and 2020 only types) is an font of the 2017 and 2020 logos of Mojang, Minecraft was owned by Mojang.
ደልፒዲካ (DelphiDika) was a beautiful font for Amharic fonted details in the USA.
For iOS to see more Unicodes
a pixelated unicode font that can be read at small sizes.
14 sept '22, 17:47:11 hkt / massive update. added coptic, spacing modifier letters and improved readability.
Spacing Modifier Letters
Combining Diacritical Marks
Pixel Font version 1.5
For all the supported characters, see here: pastebin.com/As5gzSf0This is a clone