Nostalgic pixelated font that mimics those found in retro games.
This is the font that I'll be using for Hexatririx! I started working on it around summer of 2019, in a Scratch project meant to solve issues with rendering text.
Note: I actually made this one a good while before Felitzo Light, but worked on the latter much longer, and therefore deemed it ready to release much sooner.
The better half of my Felitzo typeface from a couple years ago, and in my opinion, the best font I'll be able to make for a long time. It's come a long way from that old Scratch project.
Oh, and it has support for Katakana! Beat that, Felitzo Heavy!This is a clone of Felitzo Heavy
This is my imagination of how Cyrrilic and Latin letters would look like if were more "runic".
If you would like something changed, added, or fixed, don't hesitate to leave a comment!
This one has wider lowercase characters.This is a clone of Kinda Like DOS 1
9x9 Font Monospaced
this font is used for FNF week 6
4/11/2021: moved the spacing a little bit, redownload the font if u alredy have it.
4/12/2021: fixed >< in <> issue.
This font's title means "masterpiece" in Spanish. The FontStruction can be used for closed-captioning, translating, videogame developing, cable footages, and much more! Please give credit to us when you download this font. Tell us what you think in the comment section below!
Good luck and have a nice day, everyone!
This is the updated version of the Invertory font.
- Fixed the world's worst quotation marks
- Added More Latin
- Glyphs: 212
- Version: The Invertory Font, update 2
- Permissions: You can use this font anywhere you like!
- License: Open Font LicenseThis is a clone
This is my take on the classic PBS logo from 1971! I redisigned the letters in pixel form, and this was the result.
This is my attempt to make an ornate blackletter typeface, but pixelated! I really enjoyed adding all of the swirls and firls to adorn the font itself, so i hope you all enjoy it :-)
Finished! (Took me 3 days)
Private use characters are encoded in Variation Selectors and Latin Ext. D.