Kreative Square

Kreative Square is a fullwidth scalable monospace font designed specifically to support pseudographics, semigraphics, and private use characters.

You can download Kreative Square here.

You can see Kreative Square’s character repertoire here.

You can find Kreative Square on GitHub here.

There are two variants of Kreative Square included in the download:

Code Charts

Kreative Square is designed to provide full and consistent coverage of the following Unicode and Private Use Area blocks:

2500-257F Box Drawing

2580-259F Block Elements

25A0-25FF Geometric Shapes

1F000-1F02F Mahjong Tiles

🀀🀁🀂🀃🀄🀅🀆🀇🀈🀉🀊🀋🀌🀍🀎🀏
🀐🀑🀒🀓🀔🀕🀖🀗🀘🀙🀚🀛🀜🀝🀞🀟
🀠🀡🀢🀣🀤🀥🀦🀧🀨🀩🀪🀫

1F030-1F09F Domino Tiles

🀰🀱🀲🀳🀴🀵🀶🀷🀸🀹🀺🀻🀼🀽🀾🀿
🁀🁁🁂🁃🁄🁅🁆🁇🁈🁉🁊🁋🁌🁍🁎🁏
🁐🁑🁒🁓🁔🁕🁖🁗🁘🁙🁚🁛🁜🁝🁞🁟
🁠🁡🁢🁣🁤🁥🁦🁧🁨🁩🁪🁫🁬🁭🁮🁯
🁰🁱🁲🁳🁴🁵🁶🁷🁸🁹🁺🁻🁼🁽🁾🁿
🂀🂁🂂🂃🂄🂅🂆🂇🂈🂉🂊🂋🂌🂍🂎🂏
🂐🂑🂒🂓

1F0A0-1F0FF Playing Cards

🂠🂡🂢🂣🂤🂥🂦🂧🂨🂩🂪🂫🂬🂭🂮
🂱🂲🂳🂴🂵🂶🂷🂸🂹🂺🂻🂼🂽🂾🂿
🃁🃂🃃🃄🃅🃆🃇🃈🃉🃊🃋🃌🃍🃎🃏
🃑🃒🃓🃔🃕🃖🃗🃘🃙🃚🃛🃜🃝🃞🃟
🃠🃡🃢🃣🃤🃥🃦🃧🃨🃩🃪🃫🃬🃭🃮🃯
🃰🃱🃲🃳🃴🃵

1FB00-1FBFF Symbols for Legacy Computing

The Symbols for Legacy Computing block, introduced in Unicode 13.0, contains characters from the best-known 8-bit and 16-bit microcomputers, most of the characters from teletext, and only the most useful characters from lesser-known 8-bit microcomputers. Together with characters from versions of Unicode prior to 13.0, this block enables complete support for character sets from Acorn, Apple, Atari, Commodore, Minitel, MSX, Sinclair, Tandy, and Tangerine.

🬀🬁🬂🬃🬄🬅🬆🬇🬈🬉🬊🬋🬌🬍🬎🬏
🬐🬑🬒🬓🬔🬕🬖🬗🬘🬙🬚🬛🬜🬝🬞🬟
🬠🬡🬢🬣🬤🬥🬦🬧🬨🬩🬪🬫🬬🬭🬮🬯
🬰🬱🬲🬳🬴🬵🬶🬷🬸🬹🬺🬻🬼🬽🬾🬿
🭀🭁🭂🭃🭄🭅🭆🭇🭈🭉🭊🭋🭌🭍🭎🭏
🭐🭑🭒🭓🭔🭕🭖🭗🭘🭙🭚🭛🭜🭝🭞🭟
🭠🭡🭢🭣🭤🭥🭦🭧🭨🭩🭪🭫🭬🭭🭮🭯
🭰🭱🭲🭳🭴🭵🭶🭷🭸🭹🭺🭻🭼🭽🭾🭿
🮀🮁🮂🮃🮄🮅🮆🮇🮈🮉🮊🮋🮌🮍🮎🮏
🮐🮑🮒🮓🮔🮕🮖🮗🮘🮙🮚🮛🮜🮝🮞🮟
🮠🮡🮢🮣🮤🮥🮦🮧🮨🮩🮪🮫🮬🮭🮮🮯
🮰🮱🮲🮳🮴🮵🮶🮷🮸🮹🮺🮻🮼🮽🮾🮿
🯀🯁🯂🯃🯄🯅🯆🯇🯈🯉🯊🯋🯌🯍🯎🯏
🯐🯑🯒🯓🯔🯕🯖🯗🯘🯙🯚🯛🯜🯝🯞🯟
🯠🯡🯢🯣🯤🯥🯦🯧🯨🯩🯪🯫🯬🯭🯮🯯
🯰🯱🯲🯳🯴🯵🯶🯷🯸🯹🯺🯻🯼🯽🯾🯿

1CC00-1CEBF Symbols for Legacy Computing Supplement

The Symbols for Legacy Computing Supplement block, approved for a future version of Unicode but not yet published (and therefore subject to change), contains characters from lesser-known 8-bit microcomputers, characters from HP terminal character sets and early versions of Smalltalk, and separated block mosaic characters from teletext. Together with the Symbols for Legacy Computing block and characters from versions of Unicode prior to 13.0, this block enables support for character sets from Amstrad, HP, Kaypro, Mattel, Ohio Scientific, Robotron, Sharp, Smalltalk, and Teletext. It covers the long tail of legacy character set support.

𜰀𜰁𜰂𜰃𜰄𜰅𜰆𜰇𜰈𜰉𜰊𜰋𜰌𜰍𜰎𜰏
𜰐𜰑𜰒𜰓𜰔𜰕𜰖𜰗𜰘𜰙𜰚𜰛𜰜𜰝𜰞𜰟
𜰠𜰡𜰢𜰣𜰤𜰥𜰦𜰧𜰨𜰩𜰪𜰫𜰬𜰭𜰮𜰯
𜰰𜰱𜰲𜰳𜰴𜰵𜰶𜰷𜰸𜰹𜰺𜰻𜰼𜰽𜰾𜰿
𜱀𜱁𜱂𜱃𜱄𜱅𜱆𜱇𜱈𜱉𜱊𜱋𜱌𜱍𜱎𜱏
𜱐𜱑𜱒𜱓𜱔𜱕𜱖𜱗𜱘𜱙𜱚𜱛𜱜𜱝𜱞𜱟
𜱠𜱡𜱢𜱣𜱤𜱥𜱦𜱧𜱨𜱩𜱪𜱫𜱬𜱭𜱮𜱯
𜱰𜱱𜱲𜱳𜱴𜱵𜱶𜱷𜱸𜱹𜱺𜱻𜱼𜱽𜱾𜱿
𜲀𜲁𜲂𜲃𜲄𜲅𜲆𜲇𜲈𜲉𜲊𜲋𜲌𜲍𜲎𜲏
𜲐𜲑𜲒𜲓𜲔𜲕𜲖𜲗𜲘𜲙𜲚𜲛𜲜𜲝𜲞𜲟
𜲠𜲡𜲢𜲣𜲤𜲥𜲦𜲧𜲨𜲩𜲪𜲫𜲬𜲭𜲮𜲯
𜲰𜲱𜲲𜲳𜲴𜲵𜲶𜲷𜲸𜲹𜲺𜲻𜲼𜲽𜲾𜲿
𜳀𜳁𜳂𜳃𜳄𜳅𜳆𜳇𜳈𜳉𜳊𜳋𜳌𜳍𜳎𜳏
𜳐𜳑𜳒𜳓𜳔𜳕𜳖𜳗𜳘𜳙𜳚𜳛𜳜𜳝𜳞𜳟
𜳠𜳡𜳢𜳣𜳤𜳥𜳦𜳧𜳨𜳩𜳪𜳫𜳬𜳭𜳮𜳯
𜳰𜳱𜳲𜳳𜳴𜳵𜳶𜳷𜳸𜳹
𜴀𜴁𜴂𜴃𜴄𜴅𜴆𜴇𜴈𜴉𜴊𜴋𜴌𜴍𜴎𜴏
𜴐𜴑𜴒𜴓𜴔𜴕𜴖𜴗𜴘𜴙𜴚𜴛𜴜𜴝𜴞𜴟
𜴠𜴡𜴢𜴣𜴤𜴥𜴦𜴧𜴨𜴩𜴪𜴫𜴬𜴭𜴮𜴯
𜴰𜴱𜴲𜴳𜴴𜴵𜴶𜴷𜴸𜴹𜴺𜴻𜴼𜴽𜴾𜴿
𜵀𜵁𜵂𜵃𜵄𜵅𜵆𜵇𜵈𜵉𜵊𜵋𜵌𜵍𜵎𜵏
𜵐𜵑𜵒𜵓𜵔𜵕𜵖𜵗𜵘𜵙𜵚𜵛𜵜𜵝𜵞𜵟
𜵠𜵡𜵢𜵣𜵤𜵥𜵦𜵧𜵨𜵩𜵪𜵫𜵬𜵭𜵮𜵯
𜵰𜵱𜵲𜵳𜵴𜵵𜵶𜵷𜵸𜵹𜵺𜵻𜵼𜵽𜵾𜵿
𜶀𜶁𜶂𜶃𜶄𜶅𜶆𜶇𜶈𜶉𜶊𜶋𜶌𜶍𜶎𜶏
𜶐𜶑𜶒𜶓𜶔𜶕𜶖𜶗𜶘𜶙𜶚𜶛𜶜𜶝𜶞𜶟
𜶠𜶡𜶢𜶣𜶤𜶥𜶦𜶧𜶨𜶩𜶪𜶫𜶬𜶭𜶮𜶯
𜶰𜶱𜶲𜶳𜶴𜶵𜶶𜶷𜶸𜶹𜶺𜶻𜶼𜶽𜶾𜶿
𜷀𜷁𜷂𜷃𜷄𜷅𜷆𜷇𜷈𜷉𜷊𜷋𜷌𜷍𜷎𜷏
𜷐𜷑𜷒𜷓𜷔𜷕𜷖𜷗𜷘𜷙𜷚𜷛𜷜𜷝𜷞𜷟
𜷠𜷡𜷢𜷣𜷤𜷥𜷦𜷧𜷨𜷩𜷪𜷫𜷬𜷭𜷮𜷯
𜷰𜷱𜷲𜷳𜷴𜷵𜷶𜷷𜷸𜷹𜷺𜷻𜷼𜷽𜷾𜷿
𜸀𜸁𜸂𜸃𜸄𜸅𜸆𜸇𜸈𜸉𜸊𜸋𜸌𜸍𜸎𜸏
𜸐𜸑𜸒𜸓𜸔𜸕𜸖𜸗𜸘𜸙𜸚𜸛𜸜𜸝𜸞𜸟
𜸠𜸡𜸢𜸣𜸤𜸥𜸦𜸧𜸨𜸩𜸪𜸫𜸬𜸭𜸮𜸯
𜸰𜸱𜸲𜸳𜸴𜸵𜸶𜸷𜸸𜸹𜸺𜸻𜸼𜸽𜸾𜸿
𜹀𜹁𜹂𜹃𜹄𜹅𜹆𜹇𜹈𜹉𜹊𜹋𜹌𜹍𜹎𜹏
𜹐𜹑𜹒𜹓𜹔𜹕𜹖𜹗𜹘𜹙𜹚𜹛𜹜𜹝𜹞𜹟
𜹠𜹡𜹢𜹣𜹤𜹥𜹦𜹧𜹨𜹩𜹪𜹫𜹬𜹭𜹮𜹯
𜹰𜹱𜹲𜹳𜹴𜹵𜹶𜹷𜹸𜹹𜹺𜹻𜹼𜹽𜹾𜹿
𜺀𜺁𜺂𜺃𜺄𜺅𜺆𜺇𜺈𜺉𜺊𜺋𜺌𜺍𜺎𜺏
𜺐𜺑𜺒𜺓𜺔𜺕𜺖𜺗𜺘𜺙𜺚𜺛𜺜𜺝𜺞𜺟
𜺠𜺡𜺢𜺣𜺤𜺥𜺦𜺧𜺨𜺩𜺪𜺫𜺬𜺭𜺮𜺯
𜺰𜺱𜺲𜺳

FFC00-FFCFF Symbols for Legacy Computing Appendix

This range of the Private Use Area contains characters from legacy computers, broadcast standards, and display technologies investigated by the Terminals Working Group (the group which proposed the characters in the Symbols for Legacy Computing blocks) but determined to be speculative (they might have existed on some platform at some point but there is no evidence), dubious (there is evidence they might exist but it's not clear if they were ever actually implemented and used, or there is evidence they exist but no way to identify them), or unencodable (they are IP-encumbered, too similar to existing characters or character sequences, violate some other principle of the Unicode Standard, or are otherwise unlikely to be accepted).

󿰀󿰁󿰂󿰃󿰄󿰅󿰆󿰇󿰈󿰉󿰊󿰋󿰌󿰍󿰎󿰏
󿰐󿰑󿰒󿰓󿰔󿰖󿰜󿰝󿰞󿰟
󿰠󿰡󿰢󿰣󿰤󿰥󿰦
󿰱󿰲󿰳󿰴󿰵
󿱀󿱁󿱂󿱃󿱄󿱅󿱆󿱇󿱈󿱉󿱊󿱋󿱌󿱍󿱎󿱏
󿱐󿱑󿱒󿱓󿱔󿱕󿱖󿱗󿱘󿱙󿱚󿱛󿱜󿱝󿱞󿱟
󿱠󿱡󿱢󿱣󿱤󿱥󿱦󿱧󿱨󿱩󿱪󿱫󿱬󿱭󿱮󿱯
󿱰󿱱󿱲󿱳󿱴󿱵󿱶󿱷󿱸󿱹󿱺󿱻󿱼󿱽󿱾󿱿
󿲀󿲁󿲂󿲃󿲄󿲅󿲆󿲇󿲈󿲉󿲊󿲋󿲌󿲍󿲎󿲏
󿲐󿲑󿲒󿲓󿲔󿲕󿲖󿲗󿲘󿲙󿲚󿲛󿲜󿲝󿲞󿲟
󿲠󿲡󿲢󿲣󿲤󿲥󿲦󿲧󿲨󿲩󿲪󿲫󿲬󿲭󿲮󿲯
󿲰󿲱󿲲󿲳󿲴󿲵󿲶󿲷󿲸󿲹󿲺󿲻󿲼󿲽󿲾󿲿
󿳀󿳁󿳂󿳃󿳆󿳇󿳈󿳉󿳊󿳋󿳌󿳍󿳎󿳏
󿳐󿳑󿳔󿳕󿳖󿳗󿳘󿳙󿳚󿳛󿳜󿳝󿳞󿳟
󿳠󿳡󿳢󿳣󿳤󿳥󿳦󿳧󿳨󿳩󿳪󿳫
󿳰󿳱󿳹󿳺󿳻󿳼󿳽󿳾󿳿

F000-F0FF Modular Font Elements

F100-F1FF Modular Font Elements Extended

F200-F20F Box Drawing Extended

F210-F23F Fill Patterns

F240-F27F Shade Quadrants

F280-F2BF Sixel Graphics

F2C0-F2FF Block Sextants

These characters are deprecated. The equivalent characters in Symbols for Legacy Computing should be used instead.

F300-F3FF Block Octants

These characters will be deprecated once Symbols for Legacy Computing Supplement is published in a future version of Unicode.

F600-F61F Kreative Software Private Use Area

F700-F7FF Kreative Software Private Use Area

F800-F89F Kreative Software Private Use Area

FF000-FF0FF Kreative Software Private Use Area

󿀀󿀁󿀂󿀃󿀄󿀅󿀆󿀇󿀈󿀉󿀊󿀋󿀌󿀍󿀎󿀏
󿀐󿀑󿀒󿀓󿀔󿀕󿀖󿀗󿀘󿀙󿀚󿀛󿀜󿀝󿀞󿀟
󿀠󿀡󿀢󿀣󿀤󿀥󿀦󿀧󿀨󿀩󿀪󿀫󿀬󿀭󿀮󿀯
󿀰󿀱󿀲󿀳󿀴󿀵󿀶󿀷󿀸󿀹󿀺󿀻󿀼󿀽󿀾󿀿
󿁀󿁁󿁂󿁃󿁄󿁅󿁆󿁇󿁈󿁉󿁊󿁋󿁌󿁍󿁎󿁏
󿁐󿁑󿁒󿁓󿁔󿁕󿁖󿁗󿁘󿁙󿁚󿁛󿁜󿁝󿁞󿁟
󿁠󿁡󿁢󿁣󿁤󿁥󿁦󿁧󿁨󿁩󿁪󿁫󿁬󿁭󿁮󿁯
󿁰󿁱󿁲󿁳󿁴󿁵󿁶󿁷󿁸󿁹󿁺󿁻󿁼󿁽󿁾󿁿
󿂀󿂁󿂂󿂃󿂄󿂅󿂆󿂇󿂈󿂉󿂊󿂋󿂌󿂍󿂎󿂏
󿂐󿂑󿂒󿂓󿂔󿂕
󿂠󿂡󿂢󿂣
󿂰󿂱󿂲󿂳󿂴󿂵󿂶󿂷󿂸󿂹󿂺󿂻󿂼󿂽󿂾󿂿
󿃀󿃁󿃂󿃃󿃄󿃅󿃆󿃇󿃈󿃉󿃊󿃋󿃌󿃍󿃎󿃏
󿃐󿃑󿃒󿃓󿃔󿃕
󿃠󿃡󿃢󿃣󿃤󿃥󿃦󿃧󿃨󿃩󿃪󿃫󿃬󿃭󿃮󿃯
󿃰󿃱󿃲󿃳󿃴󿃵󿃶󿃷󿃸󿃹󿃺󿃻󿃼󿃽󿃾󿃿

FF100-FF1FF Kreative Software Private Use Area

󿄀󿄁󿄂󿄃󿄄󿄅󿄆󿄇󿄈󿄉󿄊󿄋󿄌󿄍󿄎󿄏
󿄐󿄑󿄒󿄓󿄔󿄕󿄖󿄗󿄘󿄙󿄚󿄛󿄜󿄝󿄞󿄟
󿄠󿄡󿄢󿄣󿄤󿄥󿄦󿄧󿄨󿄩󿄪󿄫󿄬󿄭󿄮󿄯
󿄰󿄱󿄲󿄳󿄴󿄵󿄶󿄷󿄸󿄹󿄺󿄻
󿅀󿅁󿅂
󿆀󿆁󿆂
󿇀

FF700-FF7FF Seven-Segment Display Patterns

󿜀󿜁󿜂󿜃󿜄󿜅󿜆󿜇󿜈󿜉󿜊󿜋󿜌󿜍󿜎󿜏
󿜐󿜑󿜒󿜓󿜔󿜕󿜖󿜗󿜘󿜙󿜚󿜛󿜜󿜝󿜞󿜟
󿜠󿜡󿜢󿜣󿜤󿜥󿜦󿜧󿜨󿜩󿜪󿜫󿜬󿜭󿜮󿜯
󿜰󿜱󿜲󿜳󿜴󿜵󿜶󿜷󿜸󿜹󿜺󿜻󿜼󿜽󿜾󿜿
󿝀󿝁󿝂󿝃󿝄󿝅󿝆󿝇󿝈󿝉󿝊󿝋󿝌󿝍󿝎󿝏
󿝐󿝑󿝒󿝓󿝔󿝕󿝖󿝗󿝘󿝙󿝚󿝛󿝜󿝝󿝞󿝟
󿝠󿝡󿝢󿝣󿝤󿝥󿝦󿝧󿝨󿝩󿝪󿝫󿝬󿝭󿝮󿝯
󿝰󿝱󿝲󿝳󿝴󿝵󿝶󿝷󿝸󿝹󿝺󿝻󿝼󿝽󿝾󿝿
󿞀󿞁󿞂󿞃󿞄󿞅󿞆󿞇󿞈󿞉󿞊󿞋󿞌󿞍󿞎󿞏
󿞐󿞑󿞒󿞓󿞔󿞕󿞖󿞗󿞘󿞙󿞚󿞛󿞜󿞝󿞞󿞟
󿞠󿞡󿞢󿞣󿞤󿞥󿞦󿞧󿞨󿞩󿞪󿞫󿞬󿞭󿞮󿞯
󿞰󿞱󿞲󿞳󿞴󿞵󿞶󿞷󿞸󿞹󿞺󿞻󿞼󿞽󿞾󿞿
󿟀󿟁󿟂󿟃󿟄󿟅󿟆󿟇󿟈󿟉󿟊󿟋󿟌󿟍󿟎󿟏
󿟐󿟑󿟒󿟓󿟔󿟕󿟖󿟗󿟘󿟙󿟚󿟛󿟜󿟝󿟞󿟟
󿟠󿟡󿟢󿟣󿟤󿟥󿟦󿟧󿟨󿟩󿟪󿟫󿟬󿟭󿟮󿟯
󿟰󿟱󿟲󿟳󿟴󿟵󿟶󿟷󿟸󿟹󿟺󿟻󿟼󿟽󿟾󿟿

Kreative Square does contain some characters outside these ranges, though since it was not designed with other ranges in mind, coverage will be incomplete and glyphs may not be the prettiest.

Version Indicator

F800 is mapped to a glyph indicating the version of the font in use:

Most Recent Version: Installed Version:

 

Other Fonts in the Kreative Kore Series

Constructium is a fork of SIL Gentium designed specifically to support constructed scripts.

Fairfax HD is a halfwidth scalable monospace font with wide coverage of Unicode and support for constructed scripts, pseudographics and semigraphics, and private use characters.

Fairfax is the original 6x12 bitmap font that inspired Fairfax HD.