Primary text font used in the menus of Ericsson and early Sony Ericsson phones. Recreated from display pictures of the Ericsson A2618s.
Includes ASCII, Latin-1 Supplement, basic Cyrillic and Greek alphabets, and a few miscellaneous characters, more may be added later. Some glyphs are shown as squares because they are missing on the phone itself.
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.
A replication of the Panasonic Omnivision VCR bitmap. Now, that I have a Panasonic Omnivision VCR for myself, the model being a PV-V4520, I can make this font with ease and 100% accuracy.
This font is not entirely accurate. Please point out errors so I can fix them in the forseeing future.This is a clone of VCRStereoCyr
(Credit to Paradigm The Great for the original typeface.)
This is the second font I've made so far and currently my "dream font", if such a thing like that exists.
I've never seen a typeface with a capital B, D, R, S, and number 4 like this one, as the only one I've come across by the beginning of August 2023 would be "Videotape", however even that would be misaligned and wonky. This font is the sequel to my first font, "Tracking Knobs", but with more glyphs and lowercase letters.This is a clone of CHARGEN '92
A recreation of the font seen in the service menu and mode select screen from Tetris: The Absolute: The Grand Master 2 PLUS. Some characters were either taken from Texmaster - a Tetris clone, or edited by myself.
The Mathematical symbols & signs meant to be used with RomByte.
A: Left Arrow
B: Down Arrow
C: Up Arrow
D: Right Arrow
E: Left-Right Arrow
F: Up-Down Arrow
G: Left-Right Double Arrow
H: Up-Down Double Arrow
I: Bold Left Arrow
J: Bold Down Arrow
K: Bold Up Arrow
L: Bold Right Arrow
M: Bold Left-Right Arrow
N: Bold Up-Down Arrow
O: Bold Left-Right Double Arrow
P: Bold Up-Down Double Arrow
Q: Euler's Number Character
R: ×10 character
S: Square Root (Head)
T: Square Root (Body)
U: Left-Pointing Triangle
V: Down-Pointing Triangle
W: Up-Pointing Triangle
X: Right-Pointing Triangle
Y: Typing Cursor (Horizontal)
Z: Typing Cursor (Vertical)
a: Typing Cursor (Block)
b: Clockwise Open Circle Arrow
c: On/Off Symbol
d: Play Symbol
e: Pause Symbol
f: Hollow Circle
g: Filled Circle
h: X-Cross Sign
i: Tick Sign
j: Open Big Parentheses (for 2 or more lines)
k: Close Big Parentheses (for 2 or more lines)
l: Open Big Square Bracket (for 2 or more lines)
m: Close Big Square Bracket (for 2 or more lines)
n: Open Big Curly Bracket (for 2 lines)
o: Close Big Curly Bracket (for 2 lines)
p: Open Massive Curly Bracket (for 4 lines)
q: Close Massive Curly Bracket (for 4 lines)
r: Body Parentheses/Bracket (the middle part. For odd, 3 or more lines)
s: Body Large Curly Bracket (the middle part. For odd, 3 or more lines)
t: Overlap Bar
u: Overlap X-Cross
v: Overlap Slash
w: Overlap Big X-Cross
x: Unknown Variable x
y: Unknown Variable y
z: Unknown Variable z
0: Left Double Arrow
1: Down Double Arrow
2: Up Double Arrow
3: Right Double Arrow
4: Bold Left Double Arrow
5: Bold Down Double Arrow
6: Bold Up Double Arrow
7: Bold Right Double Arrow
8: Bold Unknown Variable x
9: Bold Unknown Variable y
. (period): Bold Unknown Variable z
, (comma): Mathematical Fraction Seperator
? (question mark): Upper Body Extended Curly Bracket (for even, 4 or more lines)
! (exclamation mark): Lower Body Extended Curly Bracket (for even, 4 or more lines)
A 10×6 bitmap font used for some CASIO calculators.
The entire RomByte font family:
• RomByte Regular
"Gardenia...my sweet darling, in your sweet childlike eyes I see..."
Gardenia Sans is a 9px bitmap font with full support for English, Spanish, and Portuguese.
Feel free to use this font in commercial and non-commercial projects, as well as modify it however you may please, but a shout-out would be much appreciated. :)
You are also free to reupload this font to other websites, BUT ONLY IF YOU CREDIT ME, PLEASE!!
Recreation of "Normal Centipede" from CPFONTS.FON, included in Microsoft Arcade from 1993.
The original font seems to have been intended to be capital letters and numbers only, with what appears to be poorly-resized bitmaps from a different font in the rest of the character set. Some, especially the punctuation, were literally illegible. So I hope you'll forgive me that this isn't a 100% faithful recreation.
This is based on a hand-lettering typeface I created for my artwork and have used for a number of years. Kind of exciting to finally see it in font form!
THE DEVELOPMENT OF THIS FONT IS CURRENTLY TEMPORARILY PAUSED.
A simple and clean (10 px in width × 20 px in height) Unicode pixel/bitmap font, inspired by Unifoundry's Unifont typeface project.
This project is still very in-progress of making so it'll be a while until an actual release is made.
If you have any improvement ideas or reports on any incorrect glyphs, please tell me by commenting. I don't have much experience in designing glyphs for non-latin, especially symbol characters, so any help is greatly appreciated.
Unicode Blocks that are fully supported (excluding Unencoded Unicode characters):
- Basic Latin
- Latin-1 Supplement
- Latin Extended-A
- Latin Extended-B
- Latin Extended Additional
- IPA Extensions
- Spacing Modifier Letters
- Combining Diacritic Marks
- Greek and Coptic
- Greek Extended
- Cyrillic Supplement
- Phonetic Extensions
- Phonetic Extensions Supplement
- General Punctuation
- Superscripts and Subscripts
- Currency Symbols
- Letterlike Symbols
- Number Forms
- Mathematical Operators
- Enclosed Alphanumerics
- Box Drawing
- Block Elements
- Geometric Shapes
- Miscellaneous Symbols
Unicode Blocks that are in progress of making but are not yet finished:
- Supplemental Arrows-A
- Supplemental Arrows-B
- Braille Patterns
- Miscellaneous Technical (PAUSED)
Unicode Blocks that have glyphs yet to be fixed:
A 14×8 bitmap font. Inspired by Microsoft Windows' terminal font but in the Windows DOS 1.01 proportions.
• Now supports (some primary) block unicode characters.
Бесплатное-использование шрифт, только совместимый с кириллическими символами.
(Cyrillic pixel font, not compatible with Latin letters. Only supports Cyrillic characters.)
The Professor Layton font, but with an excess of added symbols and diacriticals. I hunted down font maps because I don’t have actual font maps just so I could make this. Please, go crazy.
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Source font: https://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/483213/prof_layton
FOR KANJI CHARACTERS: I recommend using the Zpix font and slightly raising the baseline on the Kanji characters. With a bit of adjustment you can get whatever you’re looking for in Japanese.
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The spacing between lines seems a bit awkward in some cases, so you might want to adjust that, too, with this font.This is a clone of Prof. Layton
12px thin font used on Symbian Series 60 v1 phones, such as the Nokia 7650, 3650 and N-Gage. "?", "*" and "%" are missing until I find a way to write them on the phone with this font.