Songbird is a pixelated font inspired by simplified blackletter. It is reminiscent of the medieval time period, mixed with modern technology. Songbird was designed to be a display font and could be used in video games, on merchandise such as graphic tees, or for branding.
Joust was formed using the idea of pennants carried by criers and hung on the stands during a joust. Contrast between the wide pennants and the thin racks used to carry them is mirrored in the capitals. I believe this typeface would be well suited to titles and illustration, perhaps children’s books or board games.
TimeStamp was inspired by technological typefaces found on items such as digital clocks, refrigerators, and electronic toothbrushes. In combination of original blocky and geometric letterforms with curvy and playful ones, TimeStamp came to fruition after editing the stiff structures of geometric letters with curvatures found in the whimsical forms.
The year is 2020. Oni is still making futuristic-y fonts. I was told there'd be flying cars. The future lied to me.
Recreation of the monospaced variant of the pixel font from Konami's "Suikoden" (1995) on the PlayStation.
This variant is used for shop, inventory and battle dialogs (though these also use an additional, smaller font).
Note the "white circle" (U+25CB), "white up-pointing triangle" (U+25B3), "white square" (U+25A1), "multiplication X" (U+2715) and "white star" (U+2606). In addition, note that the lowercase "t" character is slightly different from the proportional variant of the font.
Only the characters present in the game's tile set have been included.This is a clone of Suikoden
SONOFAGUN - A Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen Version font recreation.
Sonofagun is a Pokémon Gen III font from the remakes of the Pokémon cult classics, Red, Green and Blue versions.