A downloadable Spooky Font Pack for Windows, macOS, and Linux

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A font-pack containing 3, Halloween-themed, pixel-art fonts [ all in .ttf format, with both monospaced AND non-monospaced versions ]

  • The DAGGERS font is a bold, sharp-looking font.
  • The TOWER font is a thin, lanky font.
  • The SPOOKY font is inspired from the pretty cool video-game: Ghost 'N Goblins

These fonts are free to use anywhere you'd like, no credit / link back to me is needed [ although, I greatly appreciate it if you do, but again, it's not required ].

These fonts can be used in commercial and non-commercial works. Go nuts!



Buy Now$1.00 USD or more

In order to download this Spooky Font Pack you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $1 USD. You will get access to the following files:

Fonts-N-Goblins_FontPack.zip 62 kB


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Noice, I'm making a zombie game for halloween, looking forward on using this font :).


Neat! Feel free to share it here when you finish, I'd love to see it :)

Is it for use in the font sprites of consctruct 3? do the letters come out with the accents? is the background transparent?

> Is it for use in the font sprites of consctruct 3?

Not sure. I don't use Construct 3, so I don't have a lot of experience with their font sprite setup. However, these fonts come in .ttf (true type font) formats, which I don't think is what you use for font sprites. I found this article about how to convert .ttf fonts into sprite fonts, so you can check it out if you wanna do that: https://www.construct.net/en/forum/game-development/tools-and-resources-27/sprit...

> do the letters come out with the accents?

Not sure what you mean. What accents are you talking about?

> is the background transparent?

Since these are .ttf files, yes the backgrounds are technically transparent. It's just the letters & numbers.

Let me know if I can help out more :)


Goal reached! :P

haha thanks very much man, I appreciate it! Hope you enjoy the fonts! :^)

I noticed in your preview image, you show monospaced and non-mono versions. Does that mean there are 2 separate versions of each font? One version that is monospaced and another that has kerning data?

I'm thinking about purchasing these fonts, but I'd rather have a font with good kerning (non-mono) over monospaced.


Yup! There's 2 versions of each, a monospaced and non-monospaced version.

However, on the "spooky font" (the one inspired by Ghosts & Goblins), there's practically no difference between the 2 versions, due to how wide each individually character is.

Cool. Thanks for the clarification!

No problem, I hope the fonts workout for ya! :)