Heathcliff Helvetica is a similar match between Helvetica and Neue Haas Grotesk. Same similar style than Helvetica, but a different trait than Morita Casual 2.This is a clone of Heathcliff Helvetica
Heathcliff Helvetica is a similar match between Helvetica and Neue Haas Grotesk. Same similar style than Helvetica, but a different trait than Morita Casual 2.
Morita Casual 2 is the second installment of the now Morita Casual series. The second version of Morita Casual also identifies the handwriting made entirely by Kazuhito Morita, a sibling of Jōkichi Morita. This font pack was later reissued and installed to the public and media by January 25th, 2003.
Morita Casual is a perplexive, handwritten font that was once published through other MS-DOS games, but did not obtain an example of "Ready to Read with Pooh", since it is not yet still restored by the DOS system. Morita Casual may refer to Jōkichi or Kazuhito Morita's handwriting, but it cannot be reflected to Tolman, which is from Berkeley Softworks (1985), containing the GEOS FontPack 1 (C64 version). No similarities within this font is questioned.
Finished! (Took me 3 days)
Private use characters are encoded in Variation Selectors and Latin Ext. D.
6x5 pixel script I made for use with the Latin, Cyrillic, Arabic, and Devanagari alphabets; diacritic friendly
BULLET© v0200.GUT_FOLIO_1 by virtual Canadian℠ Intercontinental Programs™ Registered Font is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-No Derivative Works 3.0 Unported License.This is a clone of FIRE
This is SquaredEyes57. A pixel-art font I made to use in the games I make. Every Character is within the bounds of 5x7 pixels. This is the second iteration of SquareEyes35, which was only 3x5 pixels and turned out to be way too hard to read for longer texts. I hope it can be useful for whatever you need.This is a clone of SquaredEyes35
This is SquaredEyes35. A pixel-art font I made to use in the games I make. Every Character is within the bounds of 3x5 pixels. I intended to only use uppercase, which is why lowercase is a bit low-effort. I hope it can be useful for whatever you need.
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