A connected script which attempts to depict an obvious ductus or flow to the writing. To set this one apart even more from my others, I built the capitals on a 6x6 grid.
The name comes from yet another old joke band.
Original size: 5.25pt (use multiples of this size for pixel perfection)
A font made to reskin a particular roguelike game. This is made to look cold and slightly insidious. I accomplished this by using a 6x6 grid which, apart from being a slightly odd size, gives the forms asymmetry and makes their enclosed parts look as if they're squinting or sneering. Best seen on letters like ABKPRVY.
Monospacing helps give the whole thing regularity and reinforces the clinical/overly-serious feeling.
The game this is made for has very few ASCII glyphs. But, I will expand this to support all ASCII characters soon. I know many games (CDDA, DCSS, DF) support new tilesets so maybe I'll optimize this for those kinds of games...
See also: Nobody's Treasure
Handwritten medieval pixel font in 6x6. This one is made to have an eloquent, enchanting look - the sort of look merchants might use to advertise and sell goods.
Original size: 6pt (use multiples of this value for pixel perfection)
A 6x6 font made to look thief-esque. Like a master thief, it attempts to hide in plain sight - putting on an "official" look, or even one that's reminescent of Merchants Guild. But something's wrong. Parts of it are a bit crooked, and the trained eye can easily see it for what it is. APPREHEND IT!
Original size: 5.25pt (use multiples of this value for pixel perfection)
Font used in my game "Anime Girls vs. The Cavemen". UPPERCASE for the caveman speak, lowercase for the anime speak.
Semibold version of Nobody's Treasure. Most glyphs have the same width as before, and the overall width of the font is the same.This is a clone of Nobody's Treasure