Hazaf 5x9 Origin is a font created for the orthography of the Hazaf language. It contains all 25 letters (22 in the alphabet + J W Y) with both uppercase and lowercase characters. Each character is drawn on a 5x9 square grid.It also includes official Hazaf punctuation (" ' @ &).
Ȟeriš can by typed with the letter H.
Šlifen can by typed with the letter X.
A stylistic alternative for the letter Kana can be typed with the letter Q.
A Latin & is also included in the typeface, and is assigned with the £ symbol.
Recreation of the pixel font from Vortex Software's "H.A.T.E. - Hostile All Terrain Encounter" (1989) on the Amstrad CPC and ZX Spectrum. Only the characters present in the game's tile set have been included.
!! Work in Progress !!
In short, this is another trash font I made.
Note that Arabic support is inadequate.
Also added kijetesantakalu and sutopatikuna (toki pona) because uh
This is a recreation of an in-game font used in the Generation V Pokemon games.
Credit goes to Nintendo, GAME FREAK and Creatures Inc.
All cap bold serif
kerned : Russian, Latin Basic, More Latin
I can't even type cyrillic extended, there are too many letters in latin extended, I don't have greek keyboard either
I wish I could make everything, but I'm a human after all (or am I?), I decided that this is good enough
The entire first standard ASCII set of the font used in various Hummer Team games. The original ones are the uppercase letters, numbers and colon, afaik.
I might do the second ASCII set soon.
Use however you want. No credit needed.
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.
Some kind of architecturally inspired something-or-other.
Original size: 20pt (use multiples of this size for pixel perfection)
Recommended: Use with kerning.
Recreation of the pixel font used in the Sinclair ZX Spectrum (1982). Note the block element characters, set to their equivalent unicode points (U+2596 through to U+259F). Only the characters present in the computer's character set have been included.
Taken from _Priscilla Juniors' Cross Stitch Book_ byThe Priscilla Publishing Co. (1914). Orginal only has minuscule.