This is a complete conversion of the small bold (10px; 9px from base line) font found on the Sanyo SCP-3100.
Ripped from the SCP-3100 Qwest firmware beginning at address 0x00F73644.
Variant of "Anycall Mono 6x14" that is more accurate to how the font is displayed in the BIOS, where the glyphs are rendered 5 pixels wide instead of 6.This is a clone of Anycall Mono 6x14
6x14 monospace font found in the firmware of the Samsung SCH-X430.
Dialer font used on Panasonic KX-TG series cordless phones.
Small 12px font sampled from a Motorola T720. Incomplete as it is limited to the characters that can be typed in the text editor.
15px monospace font as found on the Samsung SPH-M500
This is a complete conversion of the "normal" size (13px; 11px from base line) font found on the Sanyo SCP-3100.
8px bold font found in the firmware of the Sanyo SCP-4500.
16px tall font found in the firmware of the Sanyo SCP-4500.
14px bold font used on Samsung phones of the Swift era.
This particular iteration was ripped from the SPH-A660 beginning at address A077E2.This is a clone
Pixelated font for a user interface. High resolution.This is a clone of Interface Low-Res
Pixelated font for a user interface. Low resolution.
Welcome to the Future...
Dramatics aside, QUANTUM is a visual display typeface designed to convey one cyberpunk future out of many.
It is intended to be built as a monospaced font (however, spacing errors occurred, and it is a faux-monospace as a result), made on a 9x10 pixel grid out of a personal fascination with the vision of the cyberpunk future according to the 90s and a desire to capture the "spirit" of the original Sony PlayStation. One of the leading sources of inspiration is the work by The Designers Republic (tDR).
This typeface not only features Latin characters, but also Cyrillic, Greek, and even a few Coptic characters for good measure (in hopes of easing in the old world into the future)
Ethoma is a simple, low-resolution pixel bitmap font, intended to share the industrial, squared visual style seen in Tahoma and MS Sans Serif.
Originally known as Elt. Sistema, Ethoma was designed by Daniel Philip Fox and initially released in May 2017, as a font for personal use which gave the robust results of MS Sans Serif, but avoiding licensing and distribution issues and refining some glyphs for better legibility and crispness. Over time, the font gained incremental changes, for example increasing the roundness of certain glyphs such as the lowercase 'n', eventually forming the present-day version of Ethoma, a highly legible and pixel-optimised bitmap font optimised for any length of body text, without sacrificing the delicious classic look.