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This is the pixel-art font from 0x72's DungeonUI converted into TrueType font with added characters. Any feedback and character or language requests are welcome.

Alphabets: English, Turkish

StatusReleased
CategoryAssets
Rating
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(18)
Authorvrtxrry
TagsFonts, Pixel Art, User Interface (UI)
Asset licenseCreative Commons Zero v1.0 Universal

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DungeonFont.ttf 38 kB

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unique and cool, used in my 3d game

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Amazing Font, btw i use this font for my game

https://dcproject.itch.io/cat-run

Thank you very much

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This is a great font, thanks! I used it in my submission to Mini Jam 98, feel free to check it out:

https://lukas-vaiciunas.itch.io/keyper

(I gave both you and 0x72 credit)

Is there a way to split all the characters into seperate images?

I think there are converters online. If not, you can check https://0x72.itch.io/dungeonui

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This is great! Thanks!

Thank you antikx!

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Beautiful font, great work. Thanks

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This font is super clean. Very well done. Im just a beginner and i used it in a game i just published called flappy forest (a flappy bird remake) Go check it out over at: https://mrmuffinman61.itch.io/flappy-forest and drop a rating and comment :)

Hi! What is the native pt value for this font?

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hi! im trying to use your font on Unity's Textmeshpro. so i converted it to a  "SDF" (the format  textmeshpro uses) but for some reason i cant use signs like "?", "!" and so on.. 

does someone know how to fix it? or is it just not included in the font?

Nevermind. It seems the version i downloaded a while ago didnt had these signs but now that i downloaded it again, they are in!  

awesome work btw. 

may i ask what tool you used?

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Glad to hear you're liking it and can't wait to see it in your game!

I used Aseprite and Inkscape to recreate the original .png images as .svg and draw more characters, icomoon.io to create a .ttf with them, and FontLab 7 to add kerning  and other font specifications and features (I tried 10+ other font editing software but none was close to FontLab 7).

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looks great

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this font deserves applause

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Looks terrific!

free for commercial use?

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Completely.

This is excellent. Great work :D

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Glad to hear that you like it!