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I designed this font in 2005 for the BASIN programming environment as a fun, bubbly font, much like the letters that adorned schoolbooks and pencil cases (and, occasionally, desks) in my youth.
Two variants are included: the thicker, square outline as well as a softer, rounded experience.
Both work well for titles when the outline color is darker than the background color.
I designed this font in 2006 for BASIN as Broadway and later renamed it Broadwary after finding out a font was already called Broadway created in 1927, although they are quite a bit different.
It is similar in concept to the 1920s art-deco fonts associated with shows but far thicker and with reduced height.
It works okay for titles and headings and can be used for paragraphs in a pinch.
Can be seen in Yazzie.
I designed this font in 2019 in BASIN as a very bold and angular font.
It works great for titles and headings and descriptive prose providing the screen isn’t too fuzzy.
I created this font in 2007 as a dark, brooding, oppressive font that instills a sense of dread - or at least as much as you can with a handful of pixels.
It is a bold font with a limited vertical height to facilitate the single-pixel-wide streaks.
This font is still readable enough for a chilling text adventure.
Can be seen in Vampire Vengeance.