Recreation of the pixel font from Konami's "Jail Break" (1986). Fairly standard, with the classic Konami "Y", and a few interesting details in on the "J", "K", "W" and "Z". Only the characters present in the game's tile set have been included.
This is my recreation of the Arial font in pixel form as used for on-screen program guides for Dish Network in the United States and Bell Satellite TV (formerly Bell ExpressVu) in Canada during the 1990s and 2000s, albeit with some modifications...
*This font will be updated occasionally with more characters added... As such, for now, this is NOT a complete set...
This is a recreation of an in-game font used in the Legend of Zelda Oracles games.
Credit goes to Nintendo and Capcom.
Cyrillic letters from the Russian-translated hacks.
UPDATE 07 Oct 17: In February something happened to the font, re-arranging every single brick to somewhere else. I just now got around to fixing it.
Parentheses can be used as caps for the beginnings and ends of sentences.
This is the Plane F font of the GS Unicode font series. I've split this font up by plane (though as of yet only the fonts for Plane 0 and F exist), since .ttf files have a technical limit of 65,535 glyphs.
This font is/will be (in theory) made up of U+0020 and U+F0000~U+FFFFD, which is exactly 65,535 code points.
Things that are planned but not implemented yet are listed as [TBA] (to be added).
Links to planes (I'll most likely be posting updates related to this series as a whole in the Plane 0 font):
Plane 0: here
Plane 1: [TBA]
Plane 2: [TBA]
Plane 3: [TBA]
Plane E: [TBA]
Plane F: [THIS FONT]
Plane 10: [TBA]
F0000~F1FAF - <unassigned>
F1FB0~F1FFF - Muric [TBA]
F2000~F235F - canIPA [TBA]
F2360~FFFFF - <unassigned>
Blocks listed [TBA] are subject to change in length and location, while those that aren't are (theoretically) stabilized à la UTC policies.
Other PUA assignments can be found in the Plane 0 (and eventually Plane 10) font.
Feel free to recommend PUA assignments, though if it's a smaller block (i.e. ~256 characters or fewer), I might recommend the BMP PUA.
Also, it's more than likely I won't know every script well enough that there won't be any mistakes. If/when I make a mistake, please tell me and I'll do my best to fix it!
Taken from _Priscilla Juniors' Cross Stitch Book_ byThe Priscilla Publishing Co. (1914). Orginal only has minuscule.