About Buggy Font
The Buggy Font is a striking retro font. The Buggy Font was designed by Don Marciano. The Buggy Font was inspired by the 1960s to 1980’s vibe. It has both uppercase and lowercase letters. The special thing about the font is the Buggy Font supports multiple languages. As a result, it is highly beneficial for the users who are supposed to use the font in accordance with their requirements. It also supports international characters and necessary punctuation. The decent spacing between the fonts makes it more user-friendly. The name of the Buggy Font was inspired by a Japanese anime movie. The use of this font will make your fancy project more eye-catching.
To learn more about the Buggy Font, pay attention below.
The Buggy Font is famous for making fancy projects, like wedding designs, social media posts, ads, product packaging, product design, labels, photography, watermarks, invitations, stationery, and any other project. The look of the font makes your project extremely classy.
Moreover, the cubby look of the font is more useful to utilize in many fancy sectors, like kid birthday cards or Facebook customized cover photos, posters, etc.
Buggy Font pairing
You can pair the Buggy Font with a few fonts.
- Buggy Font + Blueprint 77
- Buggy Font + o-wee-ental
- Buggy Font + KG My Hands are Holding Y
- Buggy Font + Woodcutter Point
- Buggy Font + Raggedways
- Buggy Font + LUDICO
These are the supported languages of the Buggy Font.
English, Arrernte, Genoese, Fijian, Lithuanian, Icelandic, Walloon, Maori, Pangasinan, Veps, Swati/Swazi, Mohawk, Creole, Faroese, Creole Sardinian Romanian, Yapese, German, Scots, Frisian, Nahuatl, Turkmen, Aragonese, French, Italian, Slovenian, Iloko, Interglossa, Votic Spanish, Pisin, Lojban, Basque, Southern Tagalog, Cheyenne, Seychellois, Haitian Oromo, Tausug, Czech, Estonian, Cimbrian, Hopi, Istro-Romanian, Aymara, Asturian, Saxon, Jèrriais, Rhaeto, Latvian, Norfolk/Pitcairnese, Tongan, Chamorro, Interlingua, Northern Indonesian, Tetum, Norwegian, Ladin, Greenlandic, Samoan, Creole, Slovak, Alsatian, Southern Volapük, Cebuano, Warlpiri, Hawaiian, Piedmontese, Hmong, Malagasy, Occitan, Breton, Dutch, Manx, Somali, Luxembourgian, Swedish, Sicilian, Aromanian, Tswana, Tahitian, Rotokas, Xhosa, Low Papiamento, Bosnian, Ibanag, Shona, Irish, Corsican, Romance, Uyghur, Portuguese, Finnish, Croatian, Arapaho, Albanian, Romanian, Ndebele, Tuvaluan, Turkmen, Gilbertese, Megleno, and Sami Kurdish, Friulian, Swahili, Polish, Sotho, Danish, Kashubian, Lombard, Zulu, Bislama, Hiligaynon, French, Tok Sotho, Potawatomi, Hungarian.
Ans: This is a retro font that was designed by Don Marciano.
Ans: Yes, you can utilize the Buggy Font on your website, but this is only for personal use.
Ans: The Buggy Font is free for personal use, but for commercial purposes, you might need to get the permission of the owner.
Ans: Check the instructions properly to download the Buggy Font on your PC and MAC.
Font Name: Buggy
Designer: Juan Miguel Castillo Romero
Company: Don Marciano
License: Free For Personal Use
|Release/ Publishing Date||2021|
|Character Ranges||Basic Latin,|
Private Use Area (plane 0),
|Copyright||© 2021 Juan Miguel Castillo Romero|
|Other Fonts by Designer||Amore,|
|Similar Font||RMU Neptun Regular,|
The Meshroom Regular,
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