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Air America was an airline from 1950 through the 1970s that looked to all appearances to be a regular airline but was in fact covertly owned bny the US Government for CIA operations to access places the US Military could not. Employee William G. Sherman took courses in typography drafting and created an entire typeface based on their logo. Much later his son reached out to the Internet in turning that typeface into a digital version and Aaron Bell of Saja Typeworks took up the task.
As well as adding a somewhat complimentary lower-case I created a semi-bold, bold and “Rangers” variant that adds serifs for a more military look. They all work quite well for most types of text however the upper-case really stands out best.
Probably created sometime towards the end of 2019 and dusted off in 2020 Reflex is an oblique font that leans back instead of forward. It’s an unusual style that I’ve only seen in real life when my left-handed schoolfriend slanted back in his exercise books.
This font works pretty well for all areas of text although it can be difficult to identify some words in some scenarios so be careful with usage.
A 2019 BASIN production with a fast aggressive angular style suitable for racing games.
This font works great for titles and lists but can be a bit difficult to read for long runs of prose.
A 2018 creation designed in BASIN for games that want an aggressive angular appearance often associated with motor-sports and other such events.
Both bold and regular weights are included and they are readable even for long blocks of text although a proportional renderer and an extra 1 pixel of vertical spacing would really make this pop.