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  1. BPmono - Unknown license
  2. BPmono - Unknown license
  3. Mono Amono NF by Nick's Fonts, $10.00
    Here’s a techno typeface with a difference. Its monoline stroke and sharp terminals are softened by rounded corners, and its perceptual monospaced widths have been subtly altered and strategically kerned to improve the visual flow. This font contains the complete Latin language character set (Unicode 1252) plus support for Central European (Unicode 1250) languages as well.
  4. BPpong - Unknown license
  5. B0bmono - Unknown license
  6. Kimono - Unknown license
  7. Kimono - Unknown license
  8. BPmouse - Unknown license
  9. Kimono Kong - Unknown license
  10. Kimono Kong - Unknown license
  11. Kimono Geo - Unknown license
  12. Kimono Geo - Unknown license
  13. BDRmono 2021 by Typedifferent, $15.00
    Büro Destruct’s «BDR mono» typeface has a long tradition in the font library of typedifferent. Initially designed by Lopetz as a single weight, monospaced Mac PostScript Type 1 font way back in 1999, it got a first update as a little family with light, regular and bold weights, plus an extended glyphs set in Opentype format during 2006. With this 2021 update the typeface received a second rounded family and a complete glyphs set with all needed characters used in the north, east, south and west of Europe. The «BDR mono 2021» serves great in signage, routing people, architecture, technical plans, manuals, or even science and fiction related communications.
  14. Elmono Pro by Zanfonts, $15.00
    Elmono Pro is Monolinet font which is make with natural movement, elegant for any other needed Elmono Pro Features: 3 Style (Thin, Light and Regular) 403 glyphs in each style 65 Ligatures 15 Alternates Support for more than 74 languages: extended Latin, extended Cyrillic Belarusian, Bosnian, Bulgarian, Chechen, Macedonian, Russian, Serbian, Afrikaans, Albanian, Asu, Basque, Bemba, Bena, Breton, Catalan, Chiga, Cornish, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Faroese, Filipino, Finnish, French, Friulian, Galician, German, Gusii, Indonesian, Irish, Italian, Kabuverdianu, Kalenjin, Kinyarwanda, Luo, Luxembourgish, Luyia, Machame, Makhuwa-Meetto, Makonde, Malagasy, Manx, Morisyen, North, Ndebele, Norwegian, Bokmål, Norwegian, Nynorsk, Nyankole, Oromo, Portuguese, Quechua, Romansh, Rombo, Rundi, Rwa. Samburu, Sango, Sangu, Scottish, Gaelic, Sena, Shambala, Shona, Soga, Somali, Spanish, Swahili, Swedish, Swiss, German, Taita, Teso, Uzbek (Latin), Volapük, Vunjo, Zulu.
  15. Mono - Unknown license
  16. Amonos display by Brenners Template, $19.00
    Amonos Display Font Family aims for a modern and simple lifestyle. Sleek and stylish skeletons boast a unique style from thin to black weights. Regardless of weights, 18 styles have special talents related to headings, subtitles and logos. The understated metaphor and sense of stability is the best alternatives for creative typography. Therefore, it supports stable dynamics beyond the biased simplicity of geometric fonts. And some different Glyphs of oblique typefaces add to the delightful fun. Enclosed Glyphs and Symbols will be so useful for editorial design.
  17. Fira Mono - 100% free
  18. Liberation Mono - 100% free
  19. A.D. MONO - Unknown license
  20. Anarchy Mono - Unknown license
  21. Chica Mono - Unknown license
  22. Decima Mono by TipografiaRamis, $39.00
    Decima Mono – condensed geometric monospaced Sans Serif typeface, released back in 2009 and quite successful ever since (MyFonts Rising Star, February 2009). This new edition is an upgraded version of Decima Mono and Decima Mono X, combining both into one edition. New version supports more Latin languages with an extension to glyph amounts. Also, six more alternate styles have been added to the original six styles.
  23. Maincode Mono by Par Défaut, $9.00
    Maincode Mono is a Monospaced Family declined in 7 weights, 7 widths and oblique. There is also a variable version. The family was composed of 511 glyphs, Latin & Cyrillic alphabets and 9 OpenType Features (numerator, denominator, superscript, subscript, fraction, case sensitive form, discretionary ligatures, contextual alternate, all access alternate).
  24. Resist Mono by Groteskly Yours, $25.00
    Resist Mono is a highly functional monospaced type family designed for optimal performance both in print and on the web. Inspired by the distinctive features of the original Resist Sans family, it showcases deep inktraps, angled terminals, and exceptional legibility. With its bold personality and style, Resist Mono remains highly readable even at small sizes. Suitable for coding, UX, web, and graphic design, Resist Mono offers versatility and visual impact for a wide range of applications. Resist Mono comes in 16 styles (14 static fonts) and two variable fonts. Each font contains over 1300 glyphs, including letters, small capitals, numbers, punctuation, symbols, etc. Resist Mono supports more than 200 Latin-based languages and has extensive Cyrillic support for languages like Russian, Bulgarian, Ukrainian, Serbian, and many more. In addition to this, Resist Mono also includes special Powerline symbols for coding. OpenType features in Resist Mono include Small Capitals, Case Sensitive Punctuation, Stylistic Alternates, Fractions, Subscript, Superscript, Ligatures and many more. Resist Mono Type Family Features: - 1300+ characters per font - 14 static fonts - 2 variable fonts - True Italics - Small Capitals - Extensive OpenType features - Supports 200+ Languages (Latin & Cyrillic) - Special Symbols and Features - Free Trial Fonts Available Resist Mono has been meticulously developed to prioritize functionality and legibility, making it an ideal choice for coding. It offers true italics with a calligraphic influence, adding a unique touch to the font. Additionally, users can access the regular slanted letterforms through OpenType by selecting the corresponding stylistic set. With its versatility, Resist Mono can be applied beyond coding, finding relevance in various contexts like product and graphic design, web design, publishing, and more, thanks to its visually appealing features and bold stylistic choices. Explore Resist Mono Dynamic Specimen for more features, type testers, etc.
  25. Mono Iltra by PizzaDude.dk, $20.00
    A wrecked, monospaced font containing ligatures for both double letters and numbers, alternate letters and unique accented characters! You will need to use OpenType supporting applications to use the autoligatures.
  26. Heptagroan Mono by Ingrimayne Type, $9.00
    If there is ever a need for a heptagonal font, that is, a font based on a seven-sided polygon, Heptagroan may fit the bill, unless the need is also for true lower-case letters. Heptagroan is caps only, though some of the caps on the lower-case keys differ from those on the upper-case keys. Heptagroan is monospaced and is available in two weights.
  27. Tabac Mono by Suitcase Type Foundry, $75.00
    A big advantage of the font family is a consistent width of all sixteen styles, so it is possible to switch between them without changing the typesetting. Tabac Mono extends the means of expression of the other fonts in the font superfamily, with which it shares several OpenType functions, including indexes, fractions, several types of numbers and alternative shapes of the most distinctive letters of the Latin alphabet (a, g, Q), which you can use to significantly influence the character of the final composition.
  28. Approach Mono by Emtype Foundry, $69.00
    Approach Mono is the fixed width version of Approach. A utilitarian low contrast font, a bit mechanical but plenty of character. This version shares its main features with the original one, but it has a more prominent and visible punctuation. The more obvious use of a mono would be in tables, programming code or “in progress texts”, but not just that. Approach Mono can be used in the modern communication, bringing an aseptic voice to brochures, advertising, identities and any other piece of communication. For more details see the PDF.
  29. Ayres Mono by Ayres, $5.00
    The Ayres Mono font is a clear and geometric mono-spaced font. It is easily legible and has Regular and Bold variants. It has keyboard friendly characters for drawing curved boxes and tables from the 'curly brackets' characters. These can be laid out in the text with the even spacing. It also features easy to use simple maths and music symbols. Some punctuation marks are made half-spaced along with a half-space key for more layout options. It supports many languages including English, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, German, Dutch, Norwegian, Icelandic, Welsh, Finnish, Polish, Danish, Swedish, Hungarian, and Mauri. It includes symbols such as a tick, card suits and smiley face. The geometric layout is ideal for guitar tablature and text art.
  30. Adore Mono by GarageFonts, $39.00
    Adore Mono is a monospaced font with a split personality. Playful, yet slightly ominous.
  31. Syke Mono by The Northern Block, $39.00
    A monospaced companion of the Syke type family. Using the proportional typeface as the reference details are carefully drawn into specially chosen characters to help improve centre alignment, function, and readability. Syke mono has a modern aesthetic style that is distinctive and stands out from the typewriter crowd without being too overpowering making it ideal for computer coding, database applications, ebooks and other screen-based interfaces. Details include five weights and true italics, over 590 characters with an alternative lowercase a, i, l and r. Five variations of numerals, manually edited kerning and Opentype features.
  32. Alloca Mono by Daniel Gamage, $29.99
    To break from the rigidity of a typical monospaced font, Alloca includes weights that go above and beyond. From the wire-thin to the ultra-bold, you’ll be able to do a lot with one monospaced family. With OpenType features like slashed zeros, old style numerals, and case-sensitive forms, Alloca is versatile. It's great for displaying code, showcasing data, or even flowing your body copy. It has broad language support, too, with localized forms for Vietnamese, Polish, Catalan, and Dutch, to name a few.
  33. Mono Flower by Letterafandi Studio, $12.00
    MONO FLOWER is a modern sans serif font. This font is perfect for logos, greeting cards, package design, brand identity, craft designs, any DIY projects, book titles, wedding invitations, packaging, and more.
  34. Bistro Mono by Dharma Type, $14.99
    A monospaced font designed for a small Italian pub & restaurant. Very eye-catching font.
  35. Sicret Mono by Mans Greback, $29.00
    Sicret Mono is a monospaced and geometric typeface family. It was drawn by Måns Grebäck in 2020, and was created by following a strict mathematical pattern consisting of only two basic shapes, in four different combinations, set on a 2 by 3 grid. The resulting product is a font with a serious and solid character, with an official look while yet going towards sci-fi because of its digital nature. The family consists of nine weights: Thin, Extra Light, Light, Regular, Medium, Semi Bold, Bold, Extra Bold and Black. The range of weights makes it very adaptable, and all the weights works very well together to give a sentence or graphic tone and emphasization. As Sicret Mono is a font with over 850 glyphs, it is guaranteed to contain all characters you'll ever need, including all punctuation and numbers. It has a very extensive lingual support, covering Greek, Cyrillic, Hebrew as well as European and American languages.
  36. Tribe Mono by Holland Fonts, $30.00
    Tribe Mono is a tech typeface with a minimalist approach. Originally an indentifying design for logo and website navigation purposes. Very useful for high end tech design in alternative dance and music design productions.
  37. Adelle Mono by TypeTogether, $36.00
    The Adelle family continues its stylistic expansion with the release of Adelle Mono and Adelle Mono Flex by Veronika Burian and José Scaglione. Monospaced typefaces are the default choice for developers and programmers and are also an aesthetic choice for many designers and communicators. The Adelle Mono font family has two widths to serve both breeds and a variable font for the flexible spectrum in between. Monospaced typefaces are born of necessity rather than purely aesthetic values. Each glyph is constrained to a strict box, making the naturally smaller ones the same width as the naturally wider ones. While this serves the functional purpose of keeping text aligned in vertical and horizontal rows, it is completely unnatural in terms of readability. A monospaced ‘l, i’ are overblown compromises while ‘m, w’ become compressed mutations. The Adelle Mono family was therefore designed with both the developer and the aesthete in mind. Adelle Mono respects its necessary constraints while still being visually appealing and easily read. Activate it for use in Sublime, Swift, Terminal, or your IDE of choice and see how well it performs. Clarity will lead to less developer mistakes, and its aesthetic appeal will make your work enjoyable. Adelle Mono Flex is the proportional width version that works for any kind of normal text reading or a design intended to invoke “system or information aesthetics”. Opposite the demands of the monospace family, Flex is reader friendly and intended for branding, annual reports, paragraphs, UI, logos, posters, screens, tables, captions, and more. Employ the Mono version where monospace is needed and the Flex version where reading or coherence is priority. Adelle Mono’s experimental 20-style design explores the space between proportional and monospaced types. It boosts creativity and coherence by providing flexible options in the same family, including italics and the variable font format with an axis of weight and a spectrum axis between multi-width and monospaced characters. Combining Adelle Mono with either Adelle or Adelle Sans adds more layers and adaptability to your work.
  38. Cindie Mono by Lewis McGuffie Type, $34.99
    Cindie Mono is a multi-width display font. Six different widths – A (condensed) through F (super extended) – mathematically correspond with one-another creating a stackable type family. Each face contains all caps full West, Central and East European language support. All diacritics and marks are done in a hairline to add style and contrast. And Cindie Mono is ideal for posters, headlines and display lettering. The inspiration for Cindie Mono came from the lettering styles on optometrists sight-test posters. Then through several stages of development the overall concept for Cindie became of a half-broken Commodore64 and the computer from the 1985 movie 'Weird Science' hooked up to a dot-matrix printer spitting out reams of mechanical but distorted mono-lettering all the while an old modem you can't seem find keeps beeping and beeping and beeping...
  39. Bergen Mono by Mindburger Studio, $40.00
    Bergen Mono is the latest addition to Bergen font bundle. It's a monospaced 6 piece font family engineered to speak the language of monospaced world fluently, without losing it's legibility and distinctive personality of it's predecessors, Bergen Sans and Bergen Text. It is built to handle most demanding tasks, uncompromisingly, from print to digital. It has Extended Latin, Cyrillic (including Bulgarian character set) and Greek language support included.
  40. Gravitica Mono by Ckhans Fonts, $34.00
    Features: • Support for 28 languages: Afrikaans Albanian Catalan Croatian Czech Danish Dutch English Estonian Finnish French German Hungarian Icelandic Italian Latvian Lithuanian Maltese Norwegian Polish Portugese Romanian SlovakSlovenian Spanisch Swedish Turkish Zulu Swedish Turkish Zulu • Contains OpenType features with alternates or substitutes • Tabular Figures • Ordinal numbers • 74 icons (It will keep updating.) • 72 graphic patterns for designer (It will keep updating.) • 28 brand symbols (It will keep updating.) • 27 arrows glyphs • 0-99 line circled glyphs • 0-99 solid circled glyphs • A-Z line circled glyphs • A-Z solid circled glyphs Gravitica Mono family consists of 18 styles (6 weights, 6 Italics, 6 Icons), in each of which there are more than 508+ glyphs. In the typeface, each weight includes extended language support, fractions, tabular figures, arrows, ligatures and more. Perfectly suited for graphic design and any display use. Useful links: Gravitica PDF Type Guide and Specimen (You can know how to use icons and arrows, other glyphs.)
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