A 14x10 copy of the classical font Bauhaus 93. Some characters may be wider than 10 pixels to be as similar as possible to the original Bauhaus. Some may also be shorter.
A recreation of the "MAYBE POSSIBLY THING" lettering in iNubble and Yakob's Geometry Dash level!
A recreation of the font used on the early CRT terminals from IBM, based on this source by Marcin Wichary.
I find there is a particular charm in the crudeness of some solutions compared to subsequent iterations or other 5x7 pixel fonts (see, for example, the numerals and |C|U|Y|).
I reproduced only the characters shown in the aforelinked image, placing them in what I considered to be the appropriate Unicode place.
I tried to look for some more glyphs (comma anyone?) but failed to find reliable sources.
This font is an upgrade for my previous font (https://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/2150715/alcatel-ot-v670-1) with fixes some Greek and Cyrillic symbols and with addition missing ones.
Now this font have all Cyrillic, Latin and Greek symbols
Previous font will stay in my FontStruction as original recreated font
The main dialogue font of Rune Factory 1-3!
A recreation of the first San Francisco from 1984, originally called Ransom, by the incomparable Susan Kare.
I noticed that among the various recreations of the original bitmap fonts for the Macintosh, this iconic design was missing, so I decided to fill the gap.
I used an image rather than the font as a reference, and don’t know the intended point size, the spacing could be off, and the number of characters is unfortunately very limited.
based on the logo of fancade: https://www.fancade.com
as well as the "insert disk" text on the main screen and martin magni's "hello world" game
work in progressThis is a clone of Fancade Logo Font
This is Nokia Sans Small Condensed, you might have seen it on your old Nokia phones running with Series 30 or 40 operating systems. Redesigned by ChildishRifty7.
Thanks to ">gtrx<, my E52 good" and Romphonix Club for gathering the font resources of Series 40 3rd Version.
Made under 2 hours at first release.
Nov. 22, 2022 - First Release
Dec. 3, 2022 - Added Indian Rupee letter.
Dec. 25, 2022 - Adjustment and fixes.
Here's a recreation of a font that is very near and dear to my heart. I found it was actually quite a fun challenge to match each character as closely as I could, but I did take a few liberties on the punctuation characters especially.
Font recreated from my first j2ME cell phone - Alcatel OT-V670
Found on KX-TG Panasonic home phones (if there is a calendar).
Inspired by the Logo of The band Scorpions first created back in 1975.
All other letters were built based on the letters in the original logo by me.
I found the original font of the logo, called "Lady Starlight" (you can check it out here:https://www.dafont.com/lady-starlight.font?text=SCORPIONS) quite boring and thus made this like a recreation. Hope you find it much more interesting.
HeavyComp entry number 1
Open to comments and suggestions
Only the characters I've been able to access have been included.
U+E000 is the .notdef glyph.
Don't worry, it didn't take 2 years to make.
Found on London Underground stations.
UPDATE [31 DEC 2022]: "?" has been added.
02 JUL 2022 - added a custom .notdef glyph at U+E000.