The smallest legible pixel font i could make. includes rudimentary greek and cyrillic, though some glyphs are indescernable (e.g. ο/σ) and some are illegible (e.g. ж, ю). monospace, apart from ﬂ and ﬀ ligatures, which are doublespaceThis is a clone
This font heavily inspired by "Bit. Trip" and other pixelated video games.
"Bit. Trip" is a series of eight video games developed by Choice Provisions (or under their previous name Gaijin Games)
A low-poly, geometric member of the Nano family. Credit is optional, but highly appreciated. Can also be found on my itch.io page along with the other members of the Nano Family.
A rounded member of the Nano family that includes lowercase letters. Can also be found on my itch.io page along with the other members of the Nano Family.This is a clone of Nano Sharp
This is a monospaced 5x5 (previously 4x5) font, my first custom font made for my Dwarf Fortress play throughs. Inspired font from CG pixel 4x5 mono, by vyznev.
3x3 Stencil is a tiny display font simmilar to Micro Geo, It is meant for corporate logos and other stuff. More glyphs coming soon!
A basic 3x3 pixel font where every glyph is unique. Some characters are 4x4 such as @, #, %, $, and &, but I try to keep the larger characters to a minumum.
Micro Geo is a tiny, all-purpouse sans-serif font that resembles the Fontstruct logo.
My own attempt at a small, chunky, proportional font. Inspired by elements of similar small 4x4 fonts - though breaking out of a strict 4x4 restriction where absolutely necessary, and with the addition of some non-chunky punctuation and special characters.
I created this font for my video game "Dairy Dave". Due to it's size, it contains only upper case letters.
In Godot and Aseprite I can savely use this font by setting the size to 4, 8, 12, 16, ...
This is a classy font where pretty much every character is made in a 2x2 space.
Small pixel font with 3px x-height.
As seen in Ready Set Goat! www.readysetgoat.com
This font is based on the work of Brian Swetland and Robey Pointer, see http://robey.lag.net/2010/01/23/tiny-monospace-font.html and as noted on that page, this is under the MIT, CC-BY 3.0 or CC0 license.
Printable, is, as you might expect, a font designed to be easily printable. In this case, I designed this font to easily work with 3D printers.
There are no floating components that would fall out, if you were to make cutouts of letters. Also, all lines are of uniform width to allow single line printing.
Feel free to use this font for any personal projects. However, if you plan on using this for projects that may, even indirectly (youtube videos, webpage ads, etc.) earn money, please contact me first so we can come to an agreement. Thank you for understanding, and I hope this font serves you well.
If anybody has any suggestions on how I might improve this font, please let me know.
This is my attempt to make the smallest possible font. Each character fits inside a 3x3 pixel square (4x4 pixels if you include the space between characters). This font can be useful where pixel space is at a premium, like on an LED matrix or a mechanical display.
I don't consider this a truly complete font because there is no distinction between the capital letters and small letters. Also, some of the special characters can be difficult to descern without context. Nevertheless, this font can create readable text strings and convey information using a minimum of resources.
I am publishing this font under a Creative Commons license, so that anyone can use it for any purpose. Attribution is appreciated but not required.
Leave a comment if you make something cool with it!
James Robert Patrick IV
5x5 pixel serif design with no wasted matrix AND no kerning! For a long time I didn't think such a design was possible, but here it is.
A font limited to a 3x3 grid. It can be read with some practice. Cool for semi-readable runes in pixel-style games. Each alphabet character maps to another alphabet character when rotated 90, 180, or 270 degrees.
An even smaller and more stylized take on Madcat/Madkitten. It isn't really a Decolike anymore, but it is readable at smaller sizes than almost all my other designs!
This uses some compression/truncation tricks to fit glyphs into a smaller grid. Those tricks are usually used in pixel designs (such as Chlorophyte) but I think they worked out well here, too!This is a clone
This started as a tiny version of Ballotine and then gradually acquired the cartoon-esque look it has now. It gives me a mild "noir" feeling.
Tiny font with a 1x5 global matrix.
Best viewed at pixel size
More info on Pixel Script: https://www.omniglot.com/conscripts/pixelscript.htm