Recreation of the pixel font from Serge Payeur/Ubisoft's "Peur sur Amityville" (1987) on the Amstrad CPC.
Note the inclusion of the "square root" character, which is used as part of the story. The original game seems to only include the lowercase "é" and "è" diacritics (and they both look the same, with the accent just being a horizontal line above the letter). In this recreation, I expanded this to include "ê" and "ë", and to apply the same approach to the lowercase accented "a", "i", "o", "u", and "y". Lastly, this recreation includes a "ç" character, which was absent from the game.
Apart from these additions, only the characters used in the game have been included.
A tribute to all those handwritten, rough, and fun fonts!
Tall, Thin, sans with personality, and some handwritten flair!
Sloppy handwriting pixel-ized!
I don't know if this bombastic, party-filled font, is a sans or a serif!
My first advanced font, with composite curves!
My first mega-struct!
Gardenett is a friendly font for kids!
A fun, jagged and crazy display font!
The lowercase are alternates to the uppercase, so feel free to shuffle them as much as you like!
UPDATE: I changed the "U" and "V", and i made some numbers and simple punctuation. I also made the lowercase/alternates. All thanks to @frongile and @riccard0
Pixcript. Your new pixel-styled script font for a "square-handwriting" kind ;)
STF_METROPLEX - A discrete non-cursive gothic printscript.
Its a 'block letter' script. aimed to resemble handwriting that was somewhat rushed and therefor slightly sloppy looking.
The inspiration for this loosely evolved around the idea of a simple handwriting style with medium tip marker pen, a writing style most commonly used and seen in simple everyday application, such as quick notes, bulletin board writing, block format business style as well as in study notes.
The font combines a bit of two styles into one, with the capital letters done in a 70's Streamline Art-Deco style with at their core a distinct clear geometric backbone. When this is used in "all caps" it could provide for a solid looking headliner. For the lowercase I designed this playful and very dynamic script style that looks very much like a handwritten printscript.
The capital letters are designed with a minutely reduced cap-height relative to the point size. This allows the upper-case set coincide better with the dynamic variations and overshoots on the x-height in the lower-case set when type is set a mixed-case format.
Only partial kerning applied (sorry), but this was a horrible pain in the .... to get somewhat spaced decent enough!
CheersThis is a clone
I trying to make this font look like somebody drew it on paper...
I WANT TO MAKE ALL UNICODE
Are you sick of looking elegant and sophisticated when you write?
Well worry no more this font will make you look fontin fantastically simple to even the most average hand writer.