Another free 5x5 pixel font for game developers.
This one has a vaguely authoritarian quality thanks to the hard 90° angles.
Looks like a Game Boy font to me. :D
Just a chip off the ol' block.... or the ol' shoulder :^)
See also: Solidity
A sans-serif version of Destino, as a thank-you for my first Top Pick. Thank you very much, here's to many more.This is a clone of Destino
A serif font with a couple of nice little touches to it. My original idea was to attempt to make a Donburi Serif, but about three glyphs in turned into its own thing.
Block font from The Print Shop by Broderbund Software.
Using VICE, I used Print Shop's Screen Magic option with every character in the set to generate a screen dump. I like Block because it's got the Western feel but isn't as condensed as Playbill.
Original size: 8.25pt (use multiples of this value for pixel perfection)This is a clone of Gemscript
Blacked-out, outlineless version of Hipixel. A bit of spacing was added for readability.This is a clone of Hipixel
SDSU Collegiate V2 Wide font was created by; and is Copyright 2017 by; Doug Peters of Symbiotic Design.
-Logos, graphics, web design, brand marketing, media, tech & consulting.
This font was intended as a jersey font and therefore has a limited character set.
However, the only punctuation missing from the Basic Latin letterset are the single & double, left & right, quotation marks (4 characters).
My Font Group:
The typeface Chop originally came into fruition as Chop Chop and was later shortened for convenience. The name comes from the process in which it was made, by chopping off what would normally be rounded. It has both playful and sinister qualities. Chop reminisces of a simpler time when computer games still came on floppy disks and the Internet was dial-up.
Common uses for Chop include but are not limited to: laser engraved ax handles, mix CDs, laser engraved knife handles, mixtapes, album covers and graffiti.
This font was inspired by Tron. It was originally designed to resemble a Tron like feel, but then morphed into a techno style typeface. It is a sans serif typeface and was only slightly modified from paper to digital.
So, I developed my own Script with my own letters. I searched for a way to digitalize it - and I found the perfect website. Its version 1 - it lacks the special characters like Ä, ö, ß and others, and looks in my taste way too blocky. Anyways, I hope you have fun. -Maxi.
PS: In future version, some letters may change slightly or completely. + I am not responsible for bugs.
This font draft was created with the theme of massive, I wanted to create something that looked physically imposing and noticeable. To create the structure, I looked at buildings and cityscapes around the busiest parts of Bristol City and wanted to play with perspective as if the viewer was standing beneath a building and looking up at it, I ended up making a font that reflected the uniformity and scale of buildings.This is a clone
Cryptographic Font utilizing a proprietary binary matrix algorithm designed by Joshua Michael Conci © 2017
This font and the symbols therein are direct results of the binary code for the letters, numbers, and special characters acting as seeds for a matrix code.
Every character is unique even if they "appear" similar. The top and bottom horizontal lines indicate the binary code for the associated letter. Black squares are 1 and spaces are 0.
thin and thick stripes
thin striped . & , : left and right double quotation marks
thin striped ' , ? & ! : @ _ *
thin striped numbers : unicode 0028-003E
This is the first font I realize in my life, it's inspired by the drawings I do on my Maths book at school.