Blackpixel 1.3

by Jonathan224

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This is an amazing Blackletter pixel font! It is inspired by many Blackletter and Old English fonts! Comment and let me know what you think! If you put this on your own website, use a download link to this page! If you use this for something comment in the comments below about it and let me know! I like to see my fonts being used! UPDATES: 7/14/2014: - Started More Latin. 7/15/2014: - Added to More Latin. - Added more tags. 8/03/2014: - Added Greek characters. - Added more tags. INSPIRATION: - Most of the capitals, a few of the lower case, and the numbers were inspired by Medieval Pixel. - The rest of the lower case were inspired by Old English.


I suggest using this for a retro quest video game, or a quest-game making company. If you want to use this for a presentation, or a document, or something you came up with, that's fine.
Comment by Jonathan224 15th july 2014
To not raise confusion, this font is not old, I just started an empty font clear back then, and I used it and changed it's name and put in the charcters.
Comment by Jonathan224 16th july 2014
I like it at smaller sizes, it remains quite legible in UC. Definitely 10/10
Comment by Aeolien 4th august 2014
Beautiful :)
Comment by cloudxrunner 12th november 2014

Still one of my pixel favs :)

Comment by Aeolien 11th february 2017

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