This is a pixelated font inspired by multiple pixelated i used. This font is published in the public domain (CC0). It means that you can use, modify, clone, distribute, sell without any permition or credit requierment.
This font has been designed to code, it implies it is monospaced.
Let's play dominoes! All 49 tiles in the basic set are here, from double-blank to double-6. (There is no good way to map these tiles onto alphanumerics, so you kind of have to hunt for a particular tile until you get to know where they are. The doubles are on the corresponding number keys; e.g., double-4 is on the 4 key. The remaining were mapped on a grid with sequential letters. Caps and lower case are inverse tiles; e.g., 5-3 is on the q key, while 3-5 is Q.) Enjoy!
A very squared-off monospaced font, based on 45° angles. Very thin lines, suitable for text or display. One of my earlier FontStruct™ creations. Let me know how you like it.
It's so ironic that space does not count if it's only made of empty blocks.
It contains full ASCII set as well as select extra characters including German letters.
Image: https://i.stack.imgur.com/D8O9x.png (this is size 9)
Bitmap form: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ezc2x5tqfmf7kyd/fontboth.fon?dl=0
Note: The vertical spacing is correct when downloaded but FontStruct chose the wrong size, so 1x scale is 7.5 size, instead of expected 9! Please use the bitmap form if you want to use it with Windows.
Be secure. I want get bullet style (•).
Support Unicode areas: Basic Latin, Latin-1 supplement, Latin Extended-A, Currency Symbols, Latin Extended-B, IPA Extensions, Phonetic Extensions (and the supplement), Spacing Modifier Letters, Combining Diacritical Marks, Greek and Coptic, Cyrillic Supplement, Phonetic Extensions, Greek Extended, Arabic, Hebrew, Arabic Supplement, Armenian and maybe some other.
This was a font created for the purpose of serving the webcomic Ending Worlds, but since that comic's termination this font has had no purpose.
To properly use this font, convert all numbers to base 8, make sure all full stops, question marks and exclamation marks precede sentences instead of following after, and make certain that each word begins with a capital letter, without using spaces inbetween words or sentences. This font should only be used when large, not at incredibly small sizes.
Monospaced font with square letters (dimensions 9x9: capitals 8x9 plus space, small 7x7 plus space). Basic latin, digits, cyrillic.This is a clone
Pixel story mono is a monospaced font perfect for your retro rpg! The characters are 7 pixels high. For fantasy or history themed games, the informalness is a nice alternative to the more common "robotic" looking 8 bit fonts.This is a clone
by John Smith or King Pandora or somebody.
This Monospaced FontFont is made for programming, it has the ultimate legibility so it can be a good choice of coding fonts. The font itself combine the modern feel of Geometric Sans and the warmness of Humanist Sans.
*FREE FOR THE FIRST 10 DAYS!!!!!!!!This is a clone
Instead of doing homework I tried to make a Ming-Blackletter-Fraktur-something bastard monstrosity. My imagination is bored and I don't think I'll ever finish this one so whatever why not publish it.
Inspired by Kitay.
OZ Connekt's letters are meant to fit together like jigsaw peices. I used the same base for all letters and only had to break it for a few letters. I had some trouble spacing it, but once i got all of that cleared up, it went well! I hope you do enjoy!
A font no one asked for, with no discernible use case, Refraktury (inspired by Volker Busse's F25 Blackletter Typewriter font) is a monospaced black letter font, suitable for typesetting math the hard way, illegible code listings, and oddly kerned newspaper marquees. It's a simplified mix of several different styles, mostly Fraktur and Schwabacher. It covers the ISO Latin-1 block, because why in the world would you care if it covers anything else?!
This is a monospaced, bold and retro-styled font.
Basic latin, Latin-1 supplement, Extended Latin A and B, Greek and Coptic
WIP/Things to do:
Cyrillic, Cyrillic Supplement and some dingbats.