A font reminiscent of old DOS VGA text, designed to scale nicely. I wanted that 'look' of fonts like "Perfect DOS VGA 437" without the pixelation at higher scales. I'm happy with the results, so far. Updated with more characters and punctuation.
A strong, clear, fixed-width font. Inspired by 1980s Acorn microcomputer text, but much smoother. Good for programming, text editing and consoles. Contains all glyphs for single byte values in CP-437 (DOS:US), CP-850 (DOS:EU) and CP-1252 (Windows). Also contains sets of Cyrillic/Greek chars, widgets, and many elements for text interface design.This is a clone
This is another clone of Monkey (my monospace lanky font); it should be very similar to the original except for the lower x-height and the added accented characters (More Latin/Latin-1, Latin Extended A, Latin Extended B, and now Even More Latin/Latin Extended Additional). It is 16 blocks tall and 6 blocks wide; all letters without diacritics are at most 9 above the baseline and at most 3 below, but the accents push the height of a letter up by 3 blocks (or rarely 4), and the box drawing characters extend even higher, to 16 blocks from descender to the highest point. This font uses the FontStruct 2x2 filter method with plenty of composite and stacked bricks, which lets the curves look good at large sizes while remaining sharp on the screen at normal sizes. Mandrill will look strange in the FontStruct preview if you zoom in or out, but if you download it, it will look sharp at size 16 or 12 (depending on the program).This is a clone of Monkey