A downloadable pixelart font

This free TTF font is great for your pixelart games!
It's a strong, fat font, that will draw the attention of the player.

  • Looks great on low resolution
  • Easily change color
  • Tiny file size

The font comes as TTF. This lets you import & use the font easily in Aseprite, Unity, etc.
The font can also be download via the Unity Asset Store.

License is CC-BY 4.0 (free for commercial use, feel free to credit me as Rick Hoppmann).

Rated 4.8 out of 5 stars
(29 total ratings)
AuthorTiny Worlds
GenrePlatformer, Role Playing
Tags2D, Dungeon Crawler, Fonts, Pixel Art, Retro, ttf


ThaleahFat.zip 2 kB

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wow, this is... cool

I used it in my 2D game Rune It Out on Steam.

 How would you like to be credited? Tiny Worlds?

I don't care for credit, but if you want to you can credit me as "Rick Hoppmann"

What is the license?

You can use it under the terms of CC-BY 4.0

In this case you should add license metadata. Read here how to do it

I recommend you to add "ttf" tag

awesome font

Awesome font, thanks! Perfect for 48x48 games.

Hey , I'm developing a Indie Game and I wanted to check if it is ok if I use this font in it

Hello There!

What's the license (CC0)?

How do you use the lettertype in the 2 photo's like with all the color's
Like this

It's Awesome ♥

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Can we use this in a commercial game we're making?


I love this font so much, Perfect for any pixel art game. 

I used it for my game, which I made for my university course: https://nhoxkien.itch.io/chasing-love

This is just the font I needed for my web clicker game, thank you very much, here is for you to try


thank you so much

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Just OSM ♥

Great font! Thanks to sharing!

I used it my game: https://mstuttgart.itch.io/tetrim
I gave credit in game :)

This is a really great font, It is by far my favorite font!

Hi brother, how are you?

You know I'm using your "Free Pixel Font - Thaleah" it's super. but I was wondering if you could tell me which are the examples that can be implemented for example: <color = black> Text </color>

You have in the description I think that one that has a black border is given something like that I would like to implement. If you can help me with the different examples I can make with your "Free Pixel Font - Thaleah"

Thanks greetings.

4 months later and somebody answered...

You can use outline by selecting it from add component in unity. For gradient color, use TextMeshPro.

Thanks for sharing this, it's great.
I used it in my free game https://kottler.itch.io/space-pilots, i gave credit in-game.

Could I use it in a commercial game? ^^

Late reply, you can use it in a commercial game yes! Would appreciate a donation :)

Really clean font my dude. Made a Run N' Gun game with it.

Check it out: https://guerillapoly.itch.io/rogue-trigger

Incredible font! I have used it in every pixel art project I have worked on since I came across it. Thanks for sharing it!

So I found this font of yours and I thought it was really cool! I used it in my first jam game with, coincidentally, the theme "Tiny World". I just wanted to say thank you for the amazing font!

Cool font I'm using it in my game https://brightlight-studios.itch.io/the-lost-legend gave you credit hope it's okay.

yo, r'lly appreciate the fonts. Can i credit you in my game ?



This font looks great. What's the usage license? Creative Commons? Attribution? MIT?

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CC-BY 3.0 but Attribution is not necessary! Just not Public Domain to retain some rights so people can't resell it on it's own etc :)



Thx! It is very useful thing to me

Glad you like it :)


It's a great font! Going to have some fun with it :D

Thanks Duckie! Curious what you'll use it for c:

Already did! Used to title the bitsy game I made over the weekend :D I must say it fit really well


can I use it for my game

Of course, that's why I submitted it, so that people can use it :)


looks really nice and clean!

Thank you Jacob :)


Awesome!!! I'll use it in my games, referencing you here. Thanks!


Glad you like it Daniel! :)