Pixel Gosub is an extremely primitive pixel font based on the onboard lettering used in many early microcomputers such as the original Timex Sinclair. Includes full alphabet, extended punctuation, euro. […]
This font is based on the default pixel-face from the classic Mattel Electronics Intellivision title screens. Includes full alphanumeric, punctuation, extended accent characters, and Euro.
Pixel Musketeer is based the fantasy-style writing found in Sony’s original Wild Arms and Wild Arms 2 games. Includes full alphabet, extended punctuation, euro.
This highly-stylized pixel font, designed to look somewhat handwritten, is based on the lettering in Sega’s classic Shinobi arcade game. Includes full alphabet, numerals, extended punctuation, and Euro.
Pixel Symtext is based the smaller letters used in many of Microprose’s games in the early 1990s, including hits like Master of Orion and Master of Magic. Includes full alphabet, […]
Pixel Tactical is based the primitive techno-lettering found in Bullfrog’s popular “Syndicate” franchise from the 1990s, as used in technical and situational briefings. Includes full alphabet, extended punctuation, euro.
Pixel Takhisis is based the “fancy” fantasy-style writing found in SSI’s classic “Gold Box” series of computer games, such as “Death Knights of Krynn”. Includes full alphabet, extended punctuation, euro.
Pixel Tandysoft is based the pixelated letters used by Tandy on their Color Computer series of consoles from the early 1980s. This type can be seen in pretty much every […]
By chance might you be familiar with the Franz Joseph Star Trek Star Fleet Technical Manual from the 1970s?
I am trying to find the font used for the “call outs” on the pages that had starship drawings, uniforms and other kinds of technical content.
By chance are you familiar with what I’m talking about and might you know the name of (and possibly sell) the font in question?
Please let me know,
The font you’re looking for is “Schnaubelt” (Franz Joseph’s real name) and it, along with a commercial license, can be found at: http://www.pixelsagas.com/?page_id=367 . The other font heavily used on the manual I duplicated as “Probert” and is available on the same page.
We use the Pixel Digivolve font and are pleased with it. We noticed a small glitch however. On Firefox, when underline or linethrough style attribute is applied, we see an additional thin horizontal line at the bottom of the text. That problem is not present in Chrome.
Update: the problem is caused by the way the style attributes are set by my text editor in Firefox. The font itself appears to be OK.