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1. American Captain Font
American Captain is as a 6-font family that is in the sans font family. This font employs a complete character set that also supports languages for Central Hebrew, European, Cyrillic and Greek characters. The most common open type features include fractions, small caps, glyph replacements, stylistic sets among many others — which make it very powerful. The font has unique origins dating back at least in the 1940s. Time has given the betterment of this font considering it has been revamped and revitalized along the years.
2. Deathe Maach Font
This font is crated by The Fontry. The font is a display slab and a display serif font family which has six styles total. Just like the irony of its name, Deathe Maach is a family of descending weights with the strength and stamina to face all corners you need. The font embodies a face and a feature of servitude whereby in an incoming conflict, its ready to defend, enforce and serve. This is justified based on its armor, pistols out, and barrels forward style.
3. RACE1 Brannt NCV Font
This font belongs to the RACE1 Brannt family. It is characterized with a race-track or billboard sign type of chiseling to it. The font has a unique set of numbers and a uniformity amongst its letterforms that makes it stand out from other of the fontry family fonts. The font family comes with all the types you might need, OpenType and TrueType and is styled pretty interestingly.
4. Krunch Font Family
This font belongs to a sans-serif techno style of font family. Designers use it mostly for letterheads, posters and logos. The font is characterized with 2 styles which in its entirety has a complete western character set of 187 glyphs. The font is owned and published by NimaVisual and is free for personal use.
5. American Captain Patrius Font
This font belongs to the family of AMERICAN CAPTAIN. The American Captain Patrius font is characterized with a complete range of extended characters including lowercase characters and OpenType Alternative replacements. This font is published by the fontry.
6. AMCAP Eternal Font
This font belongs to the family of American Captain Font. THE AMCAP Eternal is also known as Captain America Eternal. The font was created in 2011 by the Fontry, despite being similar to Captain America, AMCAP Eternal font is characterized with bolder, wider and larger characters which can bring about general enjoyment and comfort when being used.
7. FTY Strategycide NCV font
This font borrows from the font strategy employed by comic style lettering. Its refinement has been sourced from comic books during the late 60s and 70s. The comic style lettered fronts have been shaped into the current computer –lettering revolution resulting to the emergence of the Strategycide Font. The complete and refined font of this kind was achieved in 2010, however, in 2018; the font went under yet another revolution whereby a 4-font family that encompasses a variety of languages was reborn. The created Strategycide font has came with a ton of Open Type replacements. The font is characterized with thick lines and deep drop shadows that bring about a gothic style with hidden sharpies, hence the name Strategycide.
8. American Purpose Casual Font
The font belongs to the family of Captain America fonts. In comparison to the original Captain America font, American purpose font is considered a sidekick. It was developed as an additive to captain America in that its rigid and uptight features gives the viewer a sense of relaxation.
9. Breezed Caps Font by Manfred Klein
This font is classified under the family of Breezed Caps Font since it is the pioneer. The font was created in 2008. It has however undergone revision only one which was in the same year. It is characterized by 86 glyph counts which further constitute 1000 units per Em. This family fontry contains fonts in styles such as bold, italic and light.
10. Ferro Rosso Font
Just like the name itself, Ferro Rosso font borrows its specs from Ferrari. The font was developed in 2003 by FontMesa. It is characterized with about 218 glyphs; an aggregate of 226 characters. Its uniqueness from other fonts stems from the fact that it contains characters from various Unicode ranges. Some of the main ones include, Basic Latin (93), Latin-1 Supplement (81), Latin Extended-A (22), Spacing Modifier Letters (8), General Punctuation (11), Number Forms (4), Letterlike Symbols (3), Mathematical Operators (2), and Currency Symbols (1). The licensing of this font is free, thus making its usage available for personal and commercial use.
11. Fast One Font
Faster One font was developed from sans serif italics by Eduardo Tunni, under the display class of Novelty. The designing of this font took a unique style, whereby, the horizontal and gradual lines were designed to generate the idea of the image of the wind In order to create an impression of velocity. This font is ideal for writing headlines where efficiency and speed are priorities.
12. Trueno Font
This font belongs in the category of sans-serif's and is licensed with a SIL Open Front License (OFL). The font is similar to the family of Trueno, founded and designed by Julieta Ulanovsky. This font has gone a series of revolutions with the latest being forked from Monstserrat by designer Jasper. This version is characterized with 3.001b, adds 2 new weights, optimized file sizes and cleaned up font information sections. The font offers full language support ranging from Catalan, Baltic, Central European, Basic Latin, Esperanto, Dutch, Romanian, western European, Turkish and Euro.
13. FTY OverKill HammeredNC Font
This is one of the amazing and beautiful fonts created by Font Space. It can easily be manipulated to make world-class designs. This font belongs to the Fontry. FTY Overkill HammeredNC consist a collection of 3 fonts; Machined, Hammered and Ironclad with language support and Opentype features. With this featurea, this font can be used for lettering headlines, signs, posters, logos, tittles and display of all kinds of texts in bold, black, heavy and many more.
14. Speed Freaks Font
This font is described as a modern font with futuristic aspects to it. It is sharp, angular in style and makes it perfect for sci-fi settings. The font belongs to the Speed Freaks. It was designed and created using FontCreator 7.5 from High-Logic. It has been revised once in 2018. Increasingly, its glyph takes a direction of left to right, with an aggregate of glyph being 120.
15. American Purpose Font
The font belongs to the category of Sans Serif and Typewriter. This fonts creator is American purpose, under the trademark of the Fontry. It was created in 2011 and since its inception it has undergone revision once. Its glyphs count sums up to around 218, and its units per em is around 1000. It is weighty and style s often bold, whereas its direction is only strong left to right glyphs with inclusion of neutrals. This font that is uniquely designed, crafted to be arced, and enveloped to fit to the master path-round, that enable one to handle overarching effects of that which you see in mind, and all that is seen by those analyzing or evaluating the handiwork.
16. Nicholson French NCV Regular Font
This font was designed by the Fontry and it belongs to the category of retro. it was revolutionary digitalized in 1999 under the credit of Nicholas French. The font has however gone through a series of revolutions over the years, whereby this versioning has enabled it to become one of the most modern typographic trim in the realm of fonts. the font is widely characterized with a complete Open Type replacement features and holds complete Multilanguage support, from standard Latin-1 range to Latin Extended-A: central European, Geek and Cyrillic with inclusion of both OTF and TTF formats. This font has real stood a test of time as it continues to prove it can still stand and compete with other fonts in the contemporary category of Fontry society.
17. FTY SPEEDY CASUAL NCV Font
FTY SPEEDY CASUAL is considered an updated version of American Purpose Casual. It is characterized with features of beautiful lowercase letters, open type features you would expect and a wide-range of replacement options, too. The font emanates from hand-lettered days of hotrods without fenders and show cars that showed their virtues at the local car shows. It is much suitable for the contemporary generation given that it is a lot messy to handle, since one does not require a paint brush to make this lettering work.
18. FTY SKORZHEN Font
This font is designed by Fontry and belongs to the category of Retro. the uniqueness of this font from other fonts in category of Retro comes from the perspective that it has a complete lowercase range of characters rather than the duplicated uppercase range applied to the lowercase keys as it is the case with other fonts. the font boasts for having 1.000;pyrs. Its characters range from being bold, italic and light. Its application is simple given that with the outline of letters can be traced within the large curving lines.
19. FTY SKRADJHUWN NCV 2 Font
This font is manufactured under The Fontry. Its family includes FTY SKRADJHUWN NCV 2 under the class of freeform serifs. The font was designed and created in 2013 by Michael Adkins. Since its creation, the font has undergone about one revision. Its glyph count sums up to around 402, inclusive of 1000 units per em. The font has a semi-bold weight, a semi-condensed width, a regular pattern nature to it. As well as a bold mac style in its general direction.
20. Summer Blacktop Font
This font is developed by Xerographer Fonts. The font was initialized in the early 2012, under the font family name SummerBlacktop by designer Max Infeld. Its character sets consist of lowercase, uppercase and decorative sets. It is mostly used by text writers who opt to create text-based imagery or logos with wild coloring or text effects. This is a sans-serif font, with a glyph count of 100 and 2048 units per em. The weight is bold, width is semi-expanded, its pattern nature is regular, and its direction is only strongly left to right glyphs.
21. Kwajong Font
This font was designed in 2018 by Tup Wanders. It was created using FontCreator 11.5 from High-Logic.com. It has a glyph count of 175, a medium weight, an expanded width, a bold mac style, a regular pattern, and a direction only strong left to right glyphs. Kwajong font is considered a free display typeface started from making racing font. It is characterized with Regular and Italic characters, inclusive of all caps letters, numbers, symbols, including language support. It is relatively applicable where headlines, logos, branding, posters and many more others are needed. This font is free for personal and commercial use.
22. Carre Font by Diogenes
This font belongs to the family of Carre. It is really unique and was created with Macromedia Fontographer 4.1 Carre. It was created and designed in 2009 by Claude Pelletier. The font is works well if you are designing a logo or use it to create a headline or title. The heavy embellishment of small caps makes the text curve to still be legible and fancy.
23. CFB1 American Patriot Font
This font is developed and designed by The Fontry. It was inspired by the patriotic lettering styles that are accredited to the rise of the golden and silver age of comics. This was when real heroes faced the forces of tyranny with fierceness and unashamed pride. Thus, the CFB1 American Patriot is specifically allied and aligned to limited terms complete with 2 patriotic variations, whereby it showcases pride in showing off your colors, utilizing the Styles menu to create a truly American layering effect. The colors associated with this type of font include stripes of red, white and blue.
24. Hardboiled font by CosmicGraphics
This font was created in 1998 by Hiroshi Kumabe (CosmicGraphics). It belongs to the Hardboiled font family. From its time of initialization, the font has been revised only once. Its glyph count aggregate at 97 and it has 1000 units per Em inclusivity. The weight of this font is medium, its width is medium, its mac style bold, and its nature of pattern is regular. Increasingly its direction is only strong left to right glyphs. The font is applicable where different diverse color maps are created.
25. Tringo Font
This font was created in 2016 by Unza Rana. Just like its name, Tringo font is inspirationally in a triangle. It can be described to be an energetically bold font, whereby its alphabets and characters take a perspective of the road. It is commonly used in video games especially in racing cars and movie posters.
26. Hussar Motorway Font by KineticPlasma Fonts
Hussar Motorway font is a font which belongs to the category of dingbats. This font is licensed using the Open Font License (OFL). The font uniquely holds the description of Pi. The font is made of characters that originated in Hussar. The font has been active since around 2015 when it was designed by Robery Jablonski.
27. CheckerHat font by Glyphobet Font Foundry
CheckerHat font also known as a Macromedia Font, it was created in 1997 by Glyphobet Font Foundry. The font belongs to the family CheckerHat (Regular tracing) fonts. It is associated with categories such as decorative fonts, art fonts, and Latin fonts. Its uniqueness stems from the fact that when applied in texts, it is more appealing and attractive as well as it can be manipulated based on the appearance desired by the individual. The font is licensed by SIL Open Font License (OFL), and thus can be used for both personal and commercial use.
28. Cool Press font by font fones
This font is a modern era font; considered as a new hand lettered typeface inspired by iced summer drink called cold brew. It has a unique description considering that both its upper and lower case alphabets contain three alternates of each letter that change simultaneously when one is typing as well as some ligatures that automatically changes as one types, eventually this creates an organic ebb and flow to the text. Simply, each character is matched as a one piece set of type for each glyph.