This is my second font and I decided to use as few features as possible. I call it 'Pleasant Type' because it is very simple and seems to both flow and seem sturdy. This was a lot of fun to make and turned out like this. I may work more on this in the future, but for now it's just uppercase letters.
This is yet another fornt made for the game that I amw roking on. this too has a very string emphasis on legibility
This is yet another font for the game that I am working on. this particular font is slightly more squared off, to hopefully make it more readable
I created this font for a game that I am working on called "Spektakel". The game is designed to help teenagers who are struggeling with learning dissabilities. This particular font was heavily inspired by "Open Dyslexic"
This was inspired of a fried duck seller named Paijo. He was very humble and really funny. He treated the customers well. So, i made one inspired of his characters instead of the food that he sold. Classic yet fun.
For April Fool's day I propose a font that requires some "fooling around". I hope that your brain will get your fingers working correctly ;) Beware of the punctuation. Have fun puzzling this out to write correct letters (yesyes it is possible)
A sequel of sorts to my original Revised Latin. This is more similar to handwriting (despite its pixelated feel) and has more characters than the previous. Again, same rules apply as to the old font.
There is also 'ch' and 'ee' glyphs, accessed by using 'C' and 'E' respectively, and also a repeated-repeated letter glyph, accessible by using 'Y', in the context of, for example, "yesXYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY!"