A quick way to translate your typing into binary. (NOTE: ONLY WORKS ON ASCII CHARACTERS, NOT COMMANDS) Yes, I know it's long, but that's kind of how it works.
Primary text font used in the menus of Ericsson and early Sony Ericsson phones. Recreated from display pictures of the Ericsson A2618s.
Includes basic ASCII, most of Latin-1 Supplement, basic Cyrillic alphabet, and a few miscellaneous characters, more may be added later.
Note that on some Ericsson phones, the display's pixel aspect ratio is taller than a square, so the font looks taller. This recreation uses a 1:1 pixel aspect ratio.
Hello everyone! This is a font based off of the Casio fx-ES Series Calculator text. I also included Hiragana and Katakana, though they're difficult. Cyrillic is slightly harder, but easy.
Recreation of the pixel font from Mastertronic's "The Curse of Sherwood" (1987) on the Commodore 64, Amstrad CPC, and ZX Spectrum.
Only the characters present in the game's tile set have been included.
THANks FontStruct FOR A COOL GAME
This is a cool typography font with stylistic alternatives for glyphs with ligatures.
The font is in progress
feel free to suggest anything
Update: added some more kerning and 4 more characters
9/12/2023 Update: added one more character and altered "B","8","3"
Font used in the Nintendo game SM64 when talking to characters or reading signs.
Credit goes to Nintendo
Lowecase Cyrillic letters from the Bulgarian (Bulgaria) stylistic variation
Greek letters from the Greek-translated hack
Cyrillic letters (uppercase) from the Russian-translated hack.
Contains a full alphabet, accented characters, punctuation marks, IPA extensions, Greek letters, and Cyrillic letters. Bulgarian stylistic variation included.