Fontana Updated

album_fontanaFontana is based on the Pocket Books titling for their Star Trek novels through the 1970s and most of the 1980s. Includes accent characters, extended punctuation, and Euro. Includes bold and italic versions. “Fontana” is named after DC Fontana, one of Star Trek’s most prolific authors.

Version 1.10 – 2 May 2016
* Minor glyph fixes
* Updating kerning and spacing
* Added polish characters


album_tellariteTellarite is an unusual dot-based (quasi-braille looking) face based on the Tellarite language glyphs found in the Star Trek: Enterprise television series from Paramount/CBS Pictures. Includes all canon characters mapped to their appropriate English equivalents.

Version 1.20 – 31May 2016
* Mild cleanup and re-release.

album_pixel_shatnerPixel Shatner is a pixel-based font based somewhat on the title lettering from the Star Trek franchise as it appeared in several early games from Interplay in the 1990s. Includes full alpha-numerics, extended punctuation, and Euro.

Version 1.10 – 31 May 2016
* Mild Cleanup
* Polish characters added

Nuffle Font Added

album_nuffleNuffle is based on the title logo of recent Games Workshop’s Blood Bowl titles. It’s a sharp, angular face designed to resemble college football text, along with extra sharp spikes in the capital letters. Includes full alphabet, extended punctuation, euro.  Includes regular and italic weights.

Font also includes Nuffle Dice, which is a dings font covering block dice, six-sided pips (up through ten), and other related symbols.

Outland Font Added

album_outlandOutland is based on the corporate and naval signage lettering found in Sean Connery’s early 1980s movie Outland. Includes full alphabet, extended punctuation, Euro. Includes regular, italic, bold, bold-italic, black, and black-italic weights.

Subspace Font Added

album_subspaceSubspace is a bold, stylized face based on the early logo for CBS/Paramount’s 2017 Star Trek television series. Includes full alphabet, numerics, and extended punctuation. Includes regular, italic, bold, and bold-italic weights.

Flynn Font Update

album_flynnFlynn is a sci-fi typeface is based on the title logos of “Tron” and “Tron: Legacy” from Walt Disney pictures. Includes basic alphabet and symbols. Includes hollow and italic versions.

Version 2.0 – 17 May 2016
* Reworked all curves to smooth glyphs
* Added polish unique characters
* Added bold and bold-italic weights
* Removed hollow style
* Reworked spacing

Pixel Gosub Updated

album_pixel_gosubPixel 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.

Version 1.5 – 12 May 2016
* Added Polish Characters
* Replaces “Gosub” font

Braddington Font Updated

album_braddingtonBraddington is a techo/art-deco font inspired by some early science-fiction movie marquees and other pulp-era headlines. Includes full alphabet, extended punctuation, and Euro. Includes italic version.

Version 1.70 – 10 May 2016
* Kerning Reworked
* Added Polish Characters

Pixel Coleco Updated

album_pixel_colecoPixel Coleco is based the default text of a Coleco’s classic Colecovision game system and was used in most of its games. Includes full alphabet, extended punctuation, euro.

Version 1.20 – 5 May 2016
* Adds Polish Characters
* Minor Glyph Edits
* Updates and replaces the “Bienvenu” pixel font


album_pixel_tandysoftPixel 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 program made for the machines. Includes full alphabet, extended punctuation, euro.

Version 1.20 – 5 May 2016
* Updates and replaces “Tandysoft” font
* Adds polish characters

Dukat Font Added

album_dukatDukat is a stylized ‘LCD-style face’ heavily based on the episode titles of Paramount’s Star Trek: Deep Space Nine television series. Includes full alphabet, numerals, and extended punctuation. Available in regular, bold, italic, and bold-italic weights.