Pixel Saga’s Fonts

2015 Cruiser is a "cut", LCD-based typeface based on the police-car lettering used in the move "Back to the Future II". Includes full alphabet, Euro, extended punctuation. Includes italic, bold, bold-italic, and…

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Adventure is a pulpy, decorative font is based on the main logo of the Indiana Jones (Raiders of the Lost Ark) franchise. Includes outlines version. Adventure Subtitles is based on the secondary…

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Algol is a science-fiction header font is based on the preliminary logo for R Talsorian's "Mekton Zero" role-playing game. Includes full alphabet, extended punctuation, euro. Includes italic version.

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Alpha Mutation is a highly decorative typeface based on the title logo to the 2011 version of "Gammaworld". This typeface is a tall, 'military stencil' font with corrosive etchings marked into…

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Alternation is a retro-chrome font is inspired from the title logo of Takara-Tomy’s Transformers: Alternity toyline. The typeface includes full alphabet, extended punctuation, and euro. It also comes available in italic…

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This science-fiction-themed typeface is based on title lettering used in TSR's "Alternity" role-playing game of the mid 1990s. Includes full alphabet, extended punctuation, Euro. Includes regular, bold, italic, and bold-italic…

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Amuro is an angular, beveled face based heavily on the heading logos from Bandai's Dynasty Warriors: Gundam video game. Includes full alphabet, extended punctuation, euro. Includes bold, italic, bold-italic, and condensed versions of…

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Anayanka is a custom, Russian-style old-world typeface originally created for Louis Porter Jr. Design's Neo-Exodus Pathfinder campaign world. This fantasy font includes the language's full alphabet, numerals and basic punctuation.…

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Angel Arms is based on the title logo of the phenomenally well-known Trigun anime series. The face is a bold, western look riddled with bullet holes in each of the…

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The fonts pages are under heavy construction pending the site’s update.

I’ve begun setting up this site’s “store” interface for purchasing font licenses, though I’ve got a long long way to go to get all my fonts entered, much less having their web-pages look nice and organized. The links below are direct purchase links to paypal for various font families.  Note that I’ve also started to offer reduced pricing for some of the simpler, or more unusual-use fonts (such as alien or fantasy scripts).

If you need to register a font that currently isn’t listed below, you can still do so directly through Paypal. Commercial registrations cost $20 per font family with funds sent to jaynz@pixelsagas.com . When registering the font, please enter the name of the font being registered in the ‘note’ section of the payment information.

Please keep your emailed Paypal receipt as proof of purchase of the registration.

I apologize for the temporary inconvenience this site update may cause.

39 thoughts on “Pixel Saga’s Fonts

  1. Jaynz Post author

    There is a paypal link next to the Videopac sample which will take you to purchasing a commercial license. The license is a one-time fee for ALL of your commercial uses (aside from reselling the font itself, of course) and will apply to this and all future versions of the font. I hope this helps!

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  2. Daniel Duvic

    Hi there,
    I’m looking to purchase the font Cyberverse for commercial use. I don’t see it i your list, only for free download through dafont.com

    Thanks so much

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  3. Sarah Pendleton

    Hello!
    Thank you so much for making your fonts available we love them. We’re trying to access the italic version of Roddenberry off of fontspace, however, there is no link to it. When we do the download it is only for the non-italicized Roddenberry font. Would you be willing to e-mail us the file at sciencehelp@byu.edu. This is not for a commercial purpose. Thank you!

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    1. Jaynz Post author

      I’ll have Roddenberry’s download back up on this page either tonight or early tomorrow morning. Fontspace SHOULD have the newest version, and no idea why it wouldn’t, but I’ll be sure to get it updated tomorrow there as well.

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  4. Danny

    Hello! I’m currently in the process of purchasing commercial licenses for the fonts I used for a webcomic. Unfortunately, I misread the licensing on your fonts, thinking we were OK to sell our comic. Now I see that that was a major no-no on my part, so here I am! Sorry. Here’s the fonts I used for the first issue: Fontana, Comic Book, Amuro, and Pixel Coleco. I know how much the first three cost, but I am having trouble finding the last one. I’ll be paying the rest by today, though. Hope to hear from you.

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    1. Jaynz Post author

      I very much appreciate your honesty, and your donations today came at a very good time. “Pixel Coleco” is part of the Pixels set and is 100 percent Freeware, so no registration required there. In fact, to thank you for your honesty, feel free to select any single font family on the site and consider it registered as well (just post here which one you’ve chosen). Thank you immensely!

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      1. Danny

        Gat dang, you’re so cool. Thank you for being merciful on a man as scatterbrained as I. TuT I’ll take the Hauser font, if that’s alright. It looks pretty slick!

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  5. Rick Robinson

    I paid for the Art Deco Dunkin font via paypal and I downloaded the zip file but I cannot figure out how to use it. I am not tech savvy. Do I have to import the font to a word doc? I open Dunkin Sans Bold and I see the example of different size fonts but I cannot type anything? Do I have to open another application to use this font?

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    1. Jaynz Post author

      If you’re in Windows, when you open up the font file, there should be an ‘install’ button at the font preview screen. You need to click that button to install the font onto your system. If you’re using another system, or older version of Windows, you need to move the individual ttf files in the zip to your fonts directory before you can use them.

      Hope this helps!

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  6. Jon

    I need to obtain a commercial license for Steiner font. I’ll make a donation. I totally overlooked that it was for “Personal Use” like an idiot and used it. Is it $20 like the others?

    Let me know how I can make it right for you.

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    1. Jaynz Post author

      Yep, just go ahead and register the font on the Military/Stencil fonts page and we’re good. I’m really not that much of an ogre, I swear. 🙂 (But this
      is how I’m buying my daughters’ Christmas gifts… so donations and registrations go to not making them cry!)

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      1. Cristina

        Hi There,
        I would also like to get a license for the Comic Book Font, but don’t see it here. Can you please provide a link?
        Thanks!

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  7. Brianna

    Hello, I am curious if you have an OTF version of Equestria available to purchase for commercial use. If so, how much? Thanks!

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  8. Scientia Greetings

    Wondering how much the license for Roddenberry is? It’s an amazing font, and we really appreciate the free personal use! After further consideration, we are now hoping to use it for our company’s logo.

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  9. F

    All your fonts are fantastic! Thanks for making them. Definitely considering licensing some for games I’m developing.

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    1. Jaynz Post author

      Look forward to hearing again from you! If there’s anything I can do to better fill your game development needs, please let me know. That is one big focus of the fonts on this site!

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  10. Justin Wright

    Thank you for your hardwork with these fonts.
    I am currently developing a project and testing out several of your fonts.
    When I’m ready to publish I will send my monies to the paypal link.

    Again big fan. Thank you!

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