Neuropol X Regular font by Ray Larabie
Neuropol X Regular is a futuristic, lighter regular weight, rounded ends, minimalistic sans-serif freeware TTF block font that is well suited in sci-fi or techno settings.
This is the updated version of Neuropol X Free. It is not just an improved version, but also has more glyphs.
This distribution archive includes the font (neuropol x rg.ttf), the font End User License Agreement (typodermic-eula-02-2014.pdf), Typodermic Fonts' read me info file (read-this.html) and this distribution archive info note text file.
This is a freeware font with commercial use allowed, licensed under the Typodermic Fonts Freeware EULA (see the aforementioned included text file in this distribution archive for license fair use specifics and details).
Note that you may use this font in web pages, as long as it is not embedded. Embedding the font in web pages has been expressly prohibitted in the license.
Ray Larabie is a living legend in fonts, having contributed hundreds of freeware and commercial fonts (often now through his font foundry Typodermic Fonts) that have become standard staples in modern type toolboxes for designers worldwide.
This particular TTF font distribution archive was downloaded from the freeware and shareware TrueType font repository, Font-Journal, at the following URL:
This is an updated version of Neuropol X Free. I need to keep the edler version around because I use it on a website. The Neuropol X Regular archive is available at:
Neuropol X fonts seem to be lighter versions of the Neuropol font...
Neuropol seems to be related to a bolder, square ended Neuropolitcal font...
Another font in a similar style by Ray Larabie is Neurochrome, which is essentially a bold 3D outlines version:
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