Lost in Japan is a font with that curious type of feel. The name makes sense when I spell it out below.
LOST - Very confusing, yet cool.
IN - Really?
JAPAN - Cointains all Hiragana/Katakana characters.
This font is made for an upcoming mobile game. You can use this font for your projects too. If you like my work on this, please go to sirrico.net and show your support by signing up for our mailing list to be notified when we release a new game.This is a clone of Pixel 57 Mono
- Some Latin
- Russian Cyrillic
- Google Fonts
- Currency Symbols
- Arabic (WIP)
a weird, possibly creepy type serif font for small screen or video game, who someday hopes to support a lot of unicode and overthrow their double size counterpart.
[beta 1.7a] I found a stray pixel which stretched the font two pixels too high. It's gone now. I swear that was like finding a single sand in the ocean!
[beta 1.7] ??? stuff? korean jamo, like 0.3% more of the CJK, Greek Extended, and one of the East Asian scripts (the name I forgot :<)
[beta 1.6d] assorted CJK and symbols
[beta 1.6c] devanagari (hindi script), thai
[beta 1.6b] thai and other junks. some characters improved
[beta 1.6a] fullwidth and halfwidth forms
A whimsical pixel sans-serif font, inspired by the works of Susan Kare, especially Chicago. It supports up to Latin Supplements plus Katakana.
This font is based on the construction of origami. When creating any kind of origami a system must be followed in order for it to be successful, so I realise this linked in well. With all variations of my systematic designs the main idea behind them was the combination of basic shapes. With this font I mainly used squares and triangles, creating something complex by using a rule and a combination of geometric shapes.
The font used on most 5x7 screens on the planet, with more than a thousand glyphs.
Licensed under CC NC-BY-SA 4.0 (GPLv3 compatible)