A basic modern-looking font. Comes with ligatures (first time making those so sorry if they look bad), basic accent support (bare cedilla and acute are there), and some "more latin" characters.
Some time after I decided to unleash Pixelbabania VI Deluxe onto the world, I deemed it appropriate to also create a light version to go alongside it. Had a good bit of fun making sure things looked right with this font, which also explains why I decided to fix its sister font while I was at it.
Here it is, at last. And just in time for the start of a new season, wherever in the world you all are.
Update : 2/12/2023 : For those of you who love using Box Drawings, fixed up a few glyphs that weren't looking right when used with others.
The Cool Font! (Way Cooler Than Pixeloidite) Contains 98 Glyphs (Might Extend In The Future) Use This Font If You Like!
NOTE: This Font ISN'T Related To Numbers Playroom's 2048 Tiles
(If This Font Gets 25 Downloads, 10 Comments, And A Favorite Of 10 Users, I Will Extend This Font)
Only the second monospace I publish - I dislike the restriction as it just makes some glyphs look ugly no matter what you try. And don't ask me why I didn't set the spacing to mono, does it make a difference for programs or just to Fontstruct?
This is a font containing every Latin, Greek, and Cyrillic letter I could find.
This font is free for personal and commercial uses.
MSDOS Unicode GPRS Mono is a monospaced font that supports over many languages: Catalan, Croatian, Danish, English, Estonian, Faroese, Filipino, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Icelandic, Italian, Lower Sorbian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Serbian (Latin), Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish, Upper Sorbian, and Zulu.
Font with Monospaced Letters
This font is free for personal uses.
This font is also free for commercial uses.
Each character is 1 unit away.
Font Comes in Languages: Danish, English, Estonian, Faroese, Filipino, Finnish, French, German, Icelandic, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish, and Zulu. It Supports the Following Blocks: Alphabetic Presentation Forms, Basic Latin, Currency Symbols, General Punctuation, Geometric Shapes, Greek and Coptic, Latin Extended-A, Latin Extended-B, Latin-1 Supplement, Letterlike Symbols, Mathematical Operators, and Spacing Modifier Letters.
KrLonjt is a pixel-optimized, sans-serif typeface which is free for personal and commercial uses. It has monospace letters and it supports ligatures, the Florin currency symbol, lozenge, and more.
A sixteen segment display font. Also my first font with more than one block.
Note: This is my way of showing the characters.
# = all segments
Added Greek. Made Cyrillic (incomplete). Updated "n".
Inspired by this font
Cyrillic letters from Соник Супер Ёжик (Sonic the Hedgehog 1991 RUS by New Game) game on Sega Mega Drive/Genesis
Ever seen the classic Minecraft font in languages like Russian, Greek, Polish, Vietnamese ... ?
It’s possible by downloading this font.
Ever wanted to use a Minecraft font but can't type accents? Well this is the perfect font for you!
•More accurate than Minecraftia (has that pixel on the 2 that gives me OCD because it's not on the Minecraftia font)
•Has characters with accents (designed by me, might not be accurate)
•Has special characters (designed by me, might not be accurate)
•Has some emojis
•Has fractions (yes i know they already exist in Minecraft, i just wanted them to actually be recognisable)
20/11/23-Changed ~ accent to be more accurate
21/11/23-Added some Cyrillic
22/11/23-Added some mathematical symbols
27/11/23-Added Enclosed Alphanumerics
28/11/23-Added more Enclosed Alphanumerics
The Dab Master's on what the Minecraft letters would look like if they weren't made of pixels.
You may extend this font bc he too lazy to do it himself, but you may not change or fix the letters (you can fix only Greek letters in this FontStruction)
Inspired by this
Basic Latin - completed
More Latin - not completed
Cyrillic - completed
Numbers - completed
Japanese symbols (Hiragana and Katakana) - not completed
Arabic - not completed
Signs - completed
Greek - partially completed, but needs some edit
Hi there! This is my first attempt at a pixel font, so don't expect much
This font currently supports:
Greek And Coptic
Phonetic Extensions (Unfinished)
Latin Extended-C (Unfinished)
Latin Extended-D (Unfinished)
Private Use Area (Unfinished)
(sorry if i couldn't make combining diacritical marks lmao)
More Coming Soon!!!
Might update this every 2 or 3 days!!
a new generic pixel font because uh why not
this font is not finished and is available in EARLY ACCESS
the full version will probably be at version 1.0
this font currently supports:
this font will get updated for like every day or every 2nd day
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. Alternates are in Private Use Area!
A font that replicates the font of the logo of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. This took a while, but this all paid off.
probably my most ambitious font yet
taking a break
UPDATES SINCE AUGUST 31:
AUG 31 2023: started and finished ipa extensions, also started georgian (because why not)
SEP 1 2023: finished main georgian letters, also started and finished main greek glyphs
SEP 2 2023: made significant progress on extended latin b (hur ay///)
SEP 3 2023: finished extended latin b
SEP 5 2023: finished hebrew letters
CURRENT GOALS (* means top priority):
- add the rest of georgian (asomtavruli, mtavruli, etc)
- little tiny diacritical mark things for hebrew
- arm enian..This is a clone
I remember fondly playing Final Fantasy Dawn of Souls on the Game Boy Advance, FF1 in particular one of my favourite of the two games, which I had replayed a good number of times. As I became curious about the game once again, I started looking it up and started gazing at the fonts used, started looking up the font for it, and came across a resource sheet that contained all the characters for both Basic Latin and other languages, then I started to think about how the font changed looks in certain characters in other titles, such as the 3D remake of Final Fantasy IV and The 4 Heroes of Light, both games released for the Nintendo DS. I started thinking to myself, what if there was a monospaced version of this font?
And so, I got to work, thinking how it would all look if Square Enix indeed decided to go monospace for all the characters intstead of only the numbers for the GBA FF games and even had most of the small letters and even numbers expand horizontally by one pixel and even went the extra mile to add Greek, Coptic, Cyrillic and even Hiragana and Katakana. Not content with this, I even decided to add in a few extra things and even decided to add in characters used in computers of old, namely Box Drawing and Block Elements.
A bit of a "quick" project that I am finally happy to release onto the world.
Fixed some glyphs (mostly in Basic Latin)
Added alternate glyph forms
This is one of my few fonts where the capital I is just a vertical line.
No, this isn't a 3x3 or even 2x2 filter font. It's 1x1.
Type hij. It looks beautiful.
Not done yet. I might also add other character sets. Definetely needs some kerning.
The name is supposed to sort of sound like Arial, but definetely not exactly.
I made this font because I am SICK of the 7x5 Pixel font approximations (¬_¬)
Anything wrong? Let me know.
I wanted a text with shadows for a game I am making and made this! Enjoy! Please credit me!
Inspired by a font in this youtube video and its thumbnail. I just made this for fun, though I might use this for an upcoming game I'm working on. This isn't pixel perfect. Some characters have nudged pixels, especially the Latin Supplements block. Please don't kill me because of that.
Basic Latin — 100%
Latin Supplement — 100%
Extended Latin-A — 100%
Extended Latin-B — 5%
Greek — 100%
A blocky and rounded font. More glyphs soon.
Use it for whatever you want, being non-commercial or commercial, you can use it.
Just don't sell it as it was yours.