Fixed width accurate Homestuck font. Cloned from Courierstuck and edited to have the same width as Fontstuck Extended.
Have fun.This is a clone of Courierstuck
Font with Monospaced Letters
This font is free for personal uses.
This font is also free for commercial uses.
Each character is 1 unit away.
Font Comes in Languages: Danish, English, Estonian, Faroese, Filipino, Finnish, French, German, Icelandic, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish, and Zulu. It Supports the Following Blocks: Alphabetic Presentation Forms, Basic Latin, Currency Symbols, General Punctuation, Geometric Shapes, Greek and Coptic, Latin Extended-A, Latin Extended-B, Latin-1 Supplement, Letterlike Symbols, Mathematical Operators, and Spacing Modifier Letters.
KrLonjt is a pixel-optimized, sans-serif typeface which is free for personal and commercial uses. It has monospace letters and it supports ligatures, the Florin currency symbol, lozenge, and more.
NOTE: This project was previously privated and has already been done a long time ago.
I'm only making this project public and open-source it to clean out my dumpster of (complete, incomplete and discontinued) privated fonts.
(Side note: It's so nostalgic looking back at this project that I started more than a year ago. Gosh, reminds me of how bad I used to draw bold pixel fonts like this one. Please don't actually use this though, I swear it looks so bad when you try the font out.)
A bold matrix font, inspired by Helvetica and MS Sans Serif. Also can be known as my Pixel-Optimzed version of Helvetica Bold.
Ever seen the classic Minecraft font in languages like Russian, Greek, Polish, Vietnamese ... ?
It’s possible by downloading this font.
GlyphLandyn/Lilly is a sans-serif, pixel optimized with monospace Latin, Greek and Cyrillic letters and PUA (Private Use Area) characters. The ￼ Object Replacement Character is a full square.
This font also includes Thai characters and Linear B Syllabary.
This font is edited with Fontstruct.
Based on the game 'Xevious,' this font does not only contain small letters, but it contains a brand new small letters just related to the big ones from the original game! It also contains a small Solvalou symbol to salute to the 1982 classic! A sci-fi raster font for shooting fans, everywhere.
Hello everyone! This is a font based off of the Casio fx-ES Series Calculator text. I also included Hiragana and Katakana, though they're difficult. Cyrillic is slightly harder, but easy. Alternates are in Private Use Area!
A recreation of the font seen in the service menu and mode select screen from Tetris: The Absolute: The Grand Master 2 PLUS. Some characters were either taken from Texmaster - a Tetris clone, or edited by myself.
The first version was made in less than 20 mins!
Currently has 16176 glyphs and counting!
Latest Update: Edited φ and ⱷ to match with the canIPA extensions and edited з and ԑ to match with Cyrillic and -Supplement.
Pro tip for Myanmar: Use ေ and ႄ before a consonant to get the optimal vowel placement.
Pro tip for Devanagari: Use ि and ॎ before a consonant to get the optimal vowel placement.
This is a monospaced sans-serif bitmap-style font designed primarily for use in music trackers, hence the "#" looking more like a "♯". It also makes a reasonable terminal font! As always, I'm keen to add more characters on request.
Long long ago, I created this bitmap font for use on my Handspring Visor so I could cram a huge amount of text on the screen without disrupting vertical metrics. It's still pretty good at that! This could also adapt well to pixel-art games. As always, I'll happily add more characters on request!
Current version includes Basic Latin, More Latin, Extended Latin A-E (E only has one complete glyph though), a nearly-finished Even More Latin, Greek and Coptic, Cyrillic, Hebrew, Braille Set, and some other stuff
Sizes of 6 and/or 12pt (or multiples of them) are recommended so that the font doesn't smoothen or gain translucent pixels.
Has support for 104 languages (according to FontDrop)
A pixel font, but Latin Uppercase is in Cyrillic, and the uppercases themselves in the Latin set are Roman Numerals...
"don't be confused. be confused.com"
A recreation of the font from one of my favourite games: Pengo.
You might not have heard of it, but it's a game where you have to squash creatures called "Sno-Bees" by using ice blocks.
Only the glyphs in the original game (plus lowercase, but it's actually just uppercase) are included in this font.