What is the 80s PXL font?
80s PXL is a computer font designed to emulate computer terminals from the early 80s.
Outline and thin can be stacked in applications supporting layers.
During the creation of this typeface, many factors influencing its final design were very inspiring, from remembering the movie “War Games” to the computer terminal fonts seen on VIC-20s and Commodore 64s. More…
It has a nice, round dot matrix feel with actual round dots instead of blocks.
80s PXL Font families
The 80s PXL includes the following font families:
- 80s PXL Thin
- 80s PXL Bold
- 80s PXL Outline
80s PXL Preview
Here is a preview of how 80s PXL will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.
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