Last Updated on January 21, 2022
Believe it or not, games didn’t start out in a tech company or in a guy’s garage like they do nowadays. In fact, they began in laboratories with scientists.
Although commercial video games didn’t come out until 1970s, the first ones started in 1952 when British professor A.S. Douglas made a tic-tac-toe-inspired game for his doctoral dissertation. By 1967, Ralph Baer (who would later be called the Father of Video Games) and his team at Sanders Associates, Inc. developed ‘The Brown Box’, which was the first multiplayer video game system you could play on the television.
Today, videos games are at the forefront of technology. Aside from computers, you can now play using consoles, mobile phones, and virtual reality gadgets, too. Even if you’re not a gamer yourself, you’ve probably heard of popular titles such as Pac-Man, Legend of Zelda, Super Mario, and Street Fighter.
Guess what: you can relive that and your favorite games when you use these amazing gaming fonts.
Fun Gaming Fonts
1. Gope Typeface
Gope Typeface is a gaming font, designed to combine perfectly and allow stunning hand-lettered looks quickly and easily.
2. Grind Demolished
Grind is a gaming font featuring a big and bold display typeface that oozes strength and toughness.
Proxon modern and futuristic Sans Serif gaming font, inspired by sci-fi and technology with a modern feel. Very playful and science-friendly well suited for both display design pieces as well as short-length text blocks.
From A. Budianto, this font comes in clean and rusty styles that can lend either an industrial, futuristic, or even a dystopian vibe to your projects.
This all-uppercase font from 24Design Studios adds a touch of sharp masculinity to your logos, posters, titles, branding, and other personal or commercial projects.
This typeface from Headfonts comes in 5 weights, suitable for contrasting text effects on titles, posters, logos, and other visuals that benefit from large letters and few words.
7. Warden Typeface
From Tugcu Design Co., this bold, irregular lettering comes in Regular, Rough, Shadow, and Outline options to increase customizability and achieve unique effects.
This sharp and tall all-caps font family comes in Outline, Regular, and Rough styles that works great in achieving a sense of mystery and the ominous.
Fokus was inspired by mid-century print design. The height of this condensed typeface automatically draws attention and can be utilized to create beautiful headlines, logos, quotes, posters, social media, headlines, magazine titles, clothing, large print formats, and more.
10. Super Maizen
Give your design projects a contemporary, futuristic, and bold update using this techno-inspired font from StringLabs.
Windsor is a groovy typeface ideal for gig posters, magazines, bucket hats, enormous stickers, bachelor parties, postcards, taco joints, fishing charters, dive bars, shell shops, and business retreats. With Windsor you can effortlessly create eye catching designs. Enjoy!
14. Prospekt Typeface
A rough, textured look combined with big letters and bold lines, this typeface is great for presentations that can toe the line between urban and sci-fi settings.
15. Swipe Race
Blacksheep Studio presents a racing-styled modern gem with sharp lines and a tilted angle that brings out movement in your projects.
16. Dash Horizon Sporty
Give your designs a sense of speed with this powerful racer font created by AnomaliDesign – don’t forget the 10 Adobe Photoshop Text Effect/Text mockups included in this package.
17. Cutlass Typeface
This Gumico Studio product is inspired by horror cartoons with a touch of pirate culture. It comes in 4 styles and free dingbats to achieve a variety of effects.
Medialoot’s distorted all-uppercase font brings out the science fiction feel in your visuals, whether it’s for gaming, music, movies, or even corporate projects.
Smooth curve sides make this bold sans serif family ideal for magazines, titles, logos, book covers, and other visuals that need to get their point across.
20. Gore Typeface
22. Outrunner Retro Script
23. Coven Typeface
This comic book-themed font family comes in Regular, Rough, and Halftone styles, perfect for producing a spooky comic book vibe.
25. Un’Chained Font Family
Who would have thought that Western movies and spaghetti can be the spark that creates this 7-styled typeface great for pop culture-themed projects?
This strong and tough typeface comes in Simple, Demolished, Halftone, and Timber styles for a range of effects and a degree of flexibility in creating themes for visuals.
27. Junkdog Typeface
This blocky font from Tugcu Design Co. works great for titles, brands, logos, or short quotes that need large and loud lettering.
Wide and tight, this gem pairs well with other sans-serifs and script fonts and is ideal for short, big-letter presentations.
29. Stargaze Typeface
30. Cosmo OTF-SVG Hologram Family
Luxfont brings to you this space-bright colored hologram font that graces modern design with soft color transitions and minimalistic, clean gylphs available in 11 different styles.
31. Astron Font
This font from Umka combines clean lines with futuristic themes is perfect for presentations that are in line with the growing digital world.
Alphabet Agency presents this display font that pumps adrenaline and brings out a sense of speed to your projects, just like the fast-paced world of E-Sports.
33. Fun Games
This modern and futuristic font is ideal for titles, user interfaces, and other displays for that cool and edgy look.
34. Gemini Cluster
This expanded typeface from Harmnessless comes in 6 weights and 3 styles, great for works that demand a futuristic and experimental aesthetic.