A stout, slab serif, large countered, heavy sided, pixel font.
Update 1: Vienna Binders
No Tamil? Here you go! This now has Tamil glyphs and it won't be done until Sep 15.
Update 2: Goatmeal "While cloning can be used as a lazy way of 'appropriating' someo..."
While cloning can be used as a sloppy way of 'appropriating' someone else's work, they likely didn't even need to clone my font to modify it for their use. Because my font here is built on a pixel design using only a single square brick(s), an industrious person (like Sega, Nintendo, and / or Namco) can reproduce most of my typeface in a matter of hours, thus all they need is a picture of the glyphs I have designed.
That is how many of the video game reproductions here and elsewhere, are recreated by using screenshots of the game 'in action' or by looking within the game's cartridges or read-only memory files.
No matter how unfair the circumstances, unfortunately there's likely not much I can do about it. Other than have the quiet satisfaction that my typeface was used (or modified for use) in a major videogame release, such as Sonic Forces, or Sonic Adventure III.
And, thank you Goatmeal for congratulating me on my impressive expansion from just the initial few letters, numbers, and punctuation found in the original Sonic game, and hopefully this experience does not dissuade me from continuing to design and make fonts.
Update 3: Vienna Binders (in response to xXx XBox Gamer: "Why is ampersand W?"
The "&" is updated. Just redownload and reinstall. Thank you for spotting the flaw!
Update 4: Vienna Binders
Cyrillic characters are great!
Update 5: Pat6266 "https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qI0RbThgfu8 Sonic mania g..."
Goatmeal already explained that. See Update 2.
Cloning of my font is allowed, but just make sure you credit me in your work, okay?
I hail from Kerala, Malayalam is the native language of my state.
Through this project I wanted to design,
something which is different from its complex rounded forms!
That’s how I came up with Videshi. It means foreigner in Malayalam,
the form of the font is more geometric and structured compared to
the existing Malayalam fonts which are more of round shape.
Hence it is a foreigner to the existing Malayalam fonts.
Capital letters here: https://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/1356385/fs-pixel-multilingual-1
http://velvetyne.fr/fonts/terminal-grotesque/This is a clone of fs conscript_02