A downloadable asset pack

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This pack contains 5 unique pixel fonts to use in your game! The ZIP folder you receive with your purchase contains the following:

  • TTF and JSON files
  • Black and white .PNG tilesets for each font
  • Licensing Agreement and "Read Me" PDFs

These fonts are also compatible with languages that use the Latin alphabet. The full character list is as follows:


If I am missing a Latin or special character you need, please contact me and I will do my best to add them for you!

Purchasing this font pack will give you the license to use the contents in unlimited commercial products and unlimited non-commercial products. You may not use the licensed assets in anything related to web3, including, but not limited to: blockchain, NFTs, cryptocurrency, AI, etc.

Please read the licensing agreement in full before making your purchase. 


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Updated 2 days ago
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(1 total ratings)
AuthorKerrie Lake
Tags2d-assets, asset, Asset Pack, Fonts, game-assets, kerrie, lake, pixel, Pixel Art


Buy Now$3.99 USD or more

In order to download this asset pack you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $3.99 USD. You will get access to the following files:

Kerrie Lake's Pixel Font Pack 1.2.zip 157 kB

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Dose it come with the Blue Font On Top?

The font in the title is actually the Mango Milk font! I used only uppercase letters and did some editing to the letters in Aseprite for the effects. :)

Can you show me how to do that effect if I make a purchase?

So I actually only did the effects for the letters used in the title and not the whole font. I used tools in Aseprite to make drop shadows and the outline, and the two-colour blue effect is something I edited manually. I actually learned how to do the outline/drop shadow stuff in Aseprite by following this tutorial by MortMort: Add PIXEL perfect TEXT in ASEPRITE. He doesn't really mention the shortcuts, so they are "T" for adding text, and "Shift+O" for the outlines. If you want to edit the entire font for use outside of Aseprite, that would require a lot more work, but I may be able to help you a bit if you want to do this ^^ Email me at kerrielake.2k10@gmail.com if you encounter any issues!


Ok thank you very much. I will think about purchasing it then, that font really stood out to me. But I do like the font woul looks nice in some of my games.