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A TTF font emulating the font used on Nokia cellphones. All characters are present (including international chars).

This is a handwritten font by myself. It is really funny to see your own handwriting on the screen :-).

is a reconstruction of a "lost" Letraset of the same name. The original was designed by Sally Ann Grover and is ©1974 Letraset. Block Up is one of countless fonts that didn't make the technological transition from rub-down letters to digital.The digital version was constructed point by point, not autotraced, so it's very clean. I've used all characters as illustrated in the Letraset catalog (except the 4) and rounded it out with more punctuation and international characters. I'm especially fond of my @.

They were reaching the outer limits. No one had dared venture there before, and if they had, they had never returned to tell the tale. So it is probably a bit surprising that Gareth and Margo should choose the Outer Limits for their honeymoon destination, but then again they were crazy kids and thats the sought of thing crazy kids do.

Asian-Oriental

typist

That little planet just past the Milky Way and the third on your right, or should that be my right.

The latest in the TV network gameshow series. They send out three contestants, the one who picks the most Billy's off the street and brings them back to the studio wins!

pixel font

Adapted from a reproduction in an old type specimen book. It was called "Quasi-Japanese" there. Although it does have that brush thing going on, one short word is plenty to set at a time in this font. Includes caps only. I can't think what the numbers would even look like!

Have mercy on me sir...

He moved off the stoop, his platform shoes slapping a groovy beat against the pavement, his flares swished around his ankles in accompaniment. The collar of his shirt flared wide and revealed an abundant growth of chest hair. And the crowning glory of the whole ensemble was the three foot high afro, which threw an imposing shadow onto the farside of the street. He was a man after his time, and such men are always laughed at, and this man was no exception.

BladeRunner Movie Type

Relaxing on chrome.

Is one with time itself.

Jumbled, but still screams at the top of it's lungs.

Holds it's head up high.

nice...

"Sci Fied, its a terrible way to go, the pain must have been excruicating. You really wouldn't wish it upon anyone, not even your mother-in-law." The two detectives stood over the twisted and deformed corpse at their feet, as the theme song from Star Trek played inconspicuously in the background.

Stop letters

Featured Flash FLA
» Author: Inocreato
» Title: RaiseTheBlocks
» Description: Raise all the blocks to win the game
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» Author: TomCat Carty
» Title: The Wood
» Description: Just a little game ending or it can maybe be looped. Recorders with music box and percussion to give the feel of well, I don't know, the woods? Free to use, just credit me. thank you
Latest Font
» Author: Fábio FAFERS
» Description: I created this font for free use. Everyone can apply it in personal or business texts. Its free, but I want to be communicated in case of business use. Donations are accepted to keep the project of free fonts alive! Thank you all
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» Author: Davisigner
» Description: Hmm... what to say about this one? It's reminiscent of the closing notes of the opening music from the Three Stooges done in a church organ style with a closing cymbal crash. I'll give this one away gratis, but feel free to check out my free loops and potential upcoming license-mandated ones over in the respective part of Flashkit.