A 5x7 monospaced exact-pixel font, created for a personal project. Every Letter is uniquely identifiable (no mistaking uppercase I for lowercase l for verticla line |). There is no difference between open and closing quotes, though
A font inspired by 5×7 LCD pixel fonts, except it’s proportionally spaced. The goal is for this font to support as many Unicode characters as possible.
Go to my profile to check out SimplePixel Bold, SimplePixel Mono, and SimplePixel Condensed.
• Over 2000 characters!
• Top 100 most glyphs!
Finished! (Took me 3 days)
Private use characters are encoded in Variation Selectors and Latin Ext. D.
(Inspied by The TI-92 Font)
PC Font recreations: "Terminal" (Style 4, coding is OEM/DOS)
This font only appears in Notepad, MS Paint and nowhere else, so replicating it might be a good idea.
The most amazing thing about this font is that it changes its style depending on the chosen font size. More styles and "More Latin" coming soon.
An alternative chatfont designed for lazy people who sit way back in their chairs and view LCD screens at non-optimal angles... like me!
This is made with two simple but highly effective techniques:
1. Not letting protuding lines go all the way to the edge of the glyph.
2. Drawing so that outline, rather than linework, determines the shapes of glyphs.
A busy and sometimes harsh-looking stencil design. It has a structural asymmetry which I think gives it a casual look.
Check out the Pixel views! It looks a bit like a light-up marquee.
A font wherein the uppercase glyphs are designed to be embellished by the lowercase. Type your word or phrase in uppercase, then frame it with two adjacent lowercase letters such as a+b, d+c, e+f, k+l, etc.
I suppose this font could also be put to some cryptographic use!
hello I was looking all over for a decent and complete 5 by 7 font from the early days of computing, I could not find any so I made my own and also it is as unambiguous as I could possibly make it and covers the full set of engilsh printable characters in the range from 0 to 127, 7 bit ascii... I hope you will enjoy it as much as I hope I will.
A pixel-for-pixel recreation of the font on TI-83 and black and white TI-84 graphing calculators, remapped to Unicode. There are lots of TI fonts already on FontStruct, but this is the only one that features the full set of 249 characters, including semigraphics characters. Everything that doesn't have a Unicode BMP codepoint has been mapped to Control Pictures because FontStruct doesn't support the Private Use Area.
NEW FOR 2021: Now that FontStruct supports all of Unicode 13, I’ve mapped more characters to the newly available Supplemental Multilingual Plane. The characters that still have no Unicode equivalent have been moved to the Private Use Area starting at U+E000. Due to a FontStruct bug, these characters don’t show up on this preview page, but they will be in the font if you download it.
Source for characters: http://tibasicdev.wikidot.com/83lgfont
Another brickswap of Marengi. This one will be programmed into actual marquee displays, some physical and some software-based. If only the glow of the LEDs could be simulated with bricks!
Original size: 11pt (use multiples of this value for pixel perfection)This is a clone of Marengi
Marengi Serif. It's like Marengi, but with serifs!
The serifs give this a wider, more open/airy feeling. Slightly less readable than original Marengi, but slightly more pleasing to look at.
Original size: 11pt (use multiples of this value for pixel perfection)
------------------------------------------------------------------This is a clone of Marengi
One of the many fonts used in "Hammerin' Harry: Ghost Building Company" by Irem for the Game Boy. This one can be seen on the title screen.
None of the fonts used in the game seem to have been completed. Analysis with VBA's Tile Viewer reveals only the glyphs needed to spell out what little text exists. In particular this font has only the glyphs "BCDEILMNORSTY139©". Thus, I took it upon myself to make the font more complete.
I did not add lowercase, since it's impossible to tell what style it would have been drawn in. EVERY font in the game is in uppercase... though some of the others do have small caps for "lowercase".