This is a new classic 8x8 font from the future. This takes place with the numbers from the classic Atari 2600 Parker Bros. games and aesthetic futuristic letters and symbols like it's 1982. This font is written in Unicode format.
Finished! (Took me 3 days)
Private use characters are encoded in Variation Selectors and Latin Ext. D.
Monospaced version of CheddarSans by Fußmatte (aka Fussmatte, Doormat). As of now, the character set is limited compared to the original font (~400 glyphs vs. ~1000). Released under CC-BY-SA 3.0. Current version: 126.96.36.199
A font based on fivepanel. Still confusing!This is a clone of fivepanel
Tiles styled font.
Shadows styled font.
Font recreation from the NES game: Metroid.
10 x 15 font.
These are the glyphs in the old Windows game: InkBall.
Credit goes to Microsoft.
This is a reproduction of the 6x13 font on the old Apollo workstations. I've always liked this font - it's readable, but quite a bit narrower than other monospaced fonts that I've found. Trouble is, as monitors have gotten higher-resolution and my eyes have gotten lower-resolution, I'm having trouble reading the original bitmap font.
This font is almost identical to "6x13 redux", except (a) a few glyphs were slightly different, and (b) "6x13 redux" isn't monospaced.
Size 12 (under Windows 10 at least) is virtually identical to the original bitmap. Size 15 scales pretty well, but sizes in between 12 & 15 don't look that great.This is a clone of 6x13 redux
A variation on The Promissing Future, which is the dialogue font from PSIV. I edited some letters and numbers to make them look better (to me). Authenticity was gently shoved out the window.
I HATE THE LETTER WIDTH LINEThis is a clone of The Promissing Future